Proj Overview

Hunter Properties, owner of the Coleman Highline development in San Jose, Calif., wanted its parking facilities to tie in visually with other buildings on the site. As the development is built out, Hunter will require enough parking stalls for office, retail, apartment, and hotel tenants, as well as for soccer fans attending games at the Earthquakes soccer stadium across the street. There will also be parking demand from Caltrain commuters using the station at Coleman Highline to travel to San Jose International Airport.

Read more about this project in the Summer 2020 issue of Ascent.


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Project Team


Woodland and Adelanto, Clark Pacific

Structural Engineer

Buehler Engineering


DeAngelis Diamond


Hunter Properties

Precast Concrete Producer

Clark Pacific

Key Project Attributes

  • Owner required speed of construction and early completion in time for soccer team’s season opener.
  • Precast concrete spandrels prevent headlights from shining into the offices at night.
  • Steeper speed ramp that goes directly to the third floor of the office building, allowing those tenants to get in and out quickly.

Project/Precast Scope

  • 5500 spaces on campus
  • Four parking structure planned in all
  • Exterior is sandblasted light gray in color