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Mark Tersini Takes Home SJ Chamber of Commerce Businessman of the Year

Chamber of Commerce Honors Local Business and Real Estate Stars at Annual Membership Dinner Silicon Valley Business Journal Forgive Ru Weerakoon for taking the opportunity to slip in a quick pitch last week at the San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce annual membership dinner. “I’m a phone call away for any company that wants to expand or relocate,” [...]

March 4th, 2016|Development|

​Taylor Morrison Buys 33-Home Los Gatos Development Site from KT Urban

San Jose Business Journal A 33-home project in some parts of Silicon Valley often doesn't even warrant a news story. But in Los Gatos, among the Bay Area's most sought-after — and least active — residential development markets, pretty much any new project is significant. That's why my heart skipped a beat when I learned [...]

February 19th, 2015|Development|

Best Residential Project Winner: One South Market

Silicon Valley Business Journal Ken and Mark Tersini, two brothers who together head the Cupertino-based development firm KT Properties, have done as much as anyone to shape downtown San Jose’s skyline. In 2008, their 22-story, glass-and-granite Axis condo tower at 38 N. Almaden Blvd. opened for occupancy, one of the city’s first residential high rises. That [...]

September 25th, 2014|Development|

Largest Residential High-Rise Comes Into Focus

By San Jose Downtown Association Downtown Dimension newsletter Vol. 25 No. 11, April 2014 With plans approved by the city, developer KT Properties hopes the largest downtown high-rise apartment complex to date – the 643-unit Silvery Towers at 180 W. St. James St. – might break ground by the end of the year. “We’re excited to [...]

April 25th, 2014|High Rise|

KT Properties Moves Ahead with Planned $250MM Apartment Development in Downtown San Jose

By Jon Peterson The Registry - Bay Area Real Estate 3/10/2014 Reaching a new milestone with the city of San Jose’s planning department, Cupertino-based KT Properties is now moving ahead with plans for its major apartment project in downtown San Jose, the St. James Towers. “We are expecting that we would be starting the project [...]

March 10th, 2014|Development|

Building BOOM

By San Jose Downtown Association Downtown Dimension newsletter Vol. 25 No. 7, December 2013 It has taken awhile, but development and construction in downtown San Jose has stirred to life with several projects under way and more in the pipeline. The only major construction in the last five years was the $130 million Convention Center expansion, [...]

December 1st, 2013|Development|

Renders of KT Properties’ Proposed Towers in San Pedro Square!

By Joshua Santos The San Jose Blog 9/23/2013 Below are images for the two towers that KT Properties is planning to build across the street from the San Pedro Square Market. In fact, you an even see the Market in the first three renders. The project will total 612 apartment units between both towers. One of them [...]

September 23rd, 2013|Development, High Rise|

Exclusive: See KT Properties’ new double-tower project for Downtown San Jose

By Nathan Donato-Weinstein Silicon Valley Business Journal 9/13/2013 About a month ago, we told you developer KT Properties had acquired a 1.85-acre parcel in downtown San Jose and would soon formally propose a major high-rise project there. “Soon” turned out to be Wednesday. Cupertino-based KT has submitted preliminary plans for a two-tower residential complex for the site, located [...]

September 13th, 2013|Development, High Rise|

KT Properties acquires prime downtown San Jose block, plans two-tower project

San Jose Business Journal By Nathan Donato-Weinstein Real Estate Reporter, Silicon Valley Business Journal KT Properties has acquired nearly a full city block in a prime downtown San Jose location. The company is planning a project that would literally reshape the city's skyline, adding two residential towers with more than 600 units to the central core. [...]

August 16th, 2013|Development, High Rise|