The San Jose City Council passed a unique proposal to change the height limits on buildings downtown.
Under the new proposal, building located downtown, could extend between 5 and 35 feet taller. However, buildings near SAP Center will be able to double their current height, going anywhere between 70 and 150 feet.
The move will prompt a huge shift in the city’s skyline and will also allow companies like Google, which is building a campus downtown, to access previously unused taller real estate.
I wonder if this means we’ll start seeing those planes coming into the airport start doing Top Gun-like moves between the taller builders.
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