The controversial Gold Club is set to open next week.
The latest addition to San Jose’s downtown entertainment scene may also be the most controversial. The so-called “gentleman’s club,” is opening soon in a very prominent location.
A non-profit organization has been formed in San Jose to promote investment from China. The group’s goal is to stimulate the economy and increase jobs.
The improving economy in Silicon Valley is creating a demand for more housing in downtown San Jose.
The City Of San Jose launched a major push on Friday to improve downtown by filling up the area’s empty storefronts.
Residents of downtown San Jose marched down South First Street Thursday evening to raise awareness about what they say is an increase in prostitution and drug dealing in their neighborhood.
They want more options when it comes to how to handle businesses that aren’t paying their fair share.
Two developers agreed on Friday to build two high-rise apartment buildings in Downtown San Jose, where the demand for rental housing and desire for an urban lifestyle has grown.
San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed said he would fly to Milwaukee if that’s what it would take to settle any lingering Major League Baseball questions about whether the A’s should move to the South Bay.
The San Jose City Council was expected Tuesday to approve a plan to add eight miles of bike lanes in the downtown area.