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Sares Regis-Hunter’s CityLine Sunnyvale 12-Story MXU Development Advances

The Sunnyvale Planning Commission approved plans for CityLine Sunnyvale’s 12-story, mixed-use development at 200 S. Taaffe St. in downtown Sunnyvale. The two-building project will include 479 homes, 30,000 square feet of retail, and a new, public open space at Redwood Square, which will function as Downtown Sunnyvale’s “living room.”

The project will be anchored by these two buildings and the new Whole Foods market and AMC Theaters, which opened nearby in late October. The iconic project will feature architecture that includes a gracious resident arrival, generous indoor and outdoor amenities focused on health and wellness, and views of the surrounding area.

200 S. Taaffe St. is the first of four upcoming projects slated for phase two of CityLine Sunnyvale that will redevelop four parcels in Sunnyvale’s Downtown Core into additional residences, ground-level retail, and office space.

CityLine Sunnyvale is being developed by STC Venture, LLC, a JV between Sares Regis Group of Northern California (SRGNC) and Hunter Properties.

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