Kylli’s Mission Point development is envisioned to be a vibrant, inclusive neighborhood that will bring together a broad spectrum of residential homes, office space, neighborhood retail including a grocery store, and local food establishments, child care, indoor and outdoor community space, as well as large amount of open space including a public trail on the southern boarder.

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There is a housing shortage in Silicon Valley. The jobs-housing balance is a very important issue to consider for the future healthy growth of any city. The role that Mission Point can play in this balance should be considered in the context of the area as a whole, and what land uses are appropriate on each individual development site. Santa Clara has many excellent projects in the pipeline in this immediate area, including Related Santa Clara, Tasman East, Patrick Henry, Freedom Circle, and Mission Point. Mission Point is geographically connected with the Patrick Henry Specific Plan. Together with Patrick Henry, there will be over 14,000 residential units in the area, 3 million sqft high quality office and R&D space, over 120,000 square feet of neighborhood-serving retail, restaurants, and grocery, child care, abundant open spaces and trails, and a community area for existing and new residents to enjoy.

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Yes. We will follow the City’s requirements for affordable housing. We are in discussions with the City and with affordable housing stakeholders to determine the best mix and amount of affordable housing while maintaining project viability. Please subscribe to our mailing list at info@missionpointbykylli.com to receive updates as our affordable housing plan develops.

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It’s early in process but this is one of the most important elements that we can get your feedback on. Ideally, we envision a cooperative arrangement that includes existing Santa Clarans as well as future residents and tenants–that will live and work at Mission Point—and what these various stakeholders would like to see programmed onsite.  Events can be planned to be designed for a variety of sizes, uses, and users. You can take our digital survey or email info@missionpointbykylli.com to share your feedback to help shape the space/programming.

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We sent an updated package to the FAA at the end of 2019. Due to the pandemic, the plan review was delayed and was finally approved in August 2021. Our current proposal is fully compliant with the FAA’s feedback from August 2021. The FAA allowed for taller height limits, but we want to base on feedback from the community and to align better with surrounding buildings. This project is being carefully designed to strike a better balance in addressing Santa Clara’s diverse needs, and we are working closely with the community, the City, and the FAA to determine the optimal building height for this project and to deliver it in a thoughtful and aesthetically appealing plan.

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Kylli’s planning and design strategy focus on serving the community, the environment and addressing public health, and the environment. The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way we work and live. Kylli has empowered Gensler’s new design team to center planning around providing healthier and more flexible buildings: better building orientation, operable windows for more fresh air, more terraces and balconies for both office buildings and residential units. There will also be substantial outdoor seating areas for the food and beverage establishments on site.

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Facilitating transportation and minimizing traffic impacts is a top priority. This will also be an important element in our environmental impact study. By creating a mixed-use plan with housing near offices, retail, entertainment, and transit, we can improve traffic impact in the area by reducing the number of trips people need to take and shortening commute distances. The development is located near public transportation and will include sustainable transit-oriented choices as part of everyday life including smart parking solutions and ride share strategies. The team intends to implement the most modern parking and traffic mitigation programs in order to reduce the parking demand at the project. The project team will involve a wide range of stakeholders from the transportation community during the planning process.

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Parking is being assessed to meet the needs of this modern, mixed-use, transit-oriented and walkable community. Our goal is to meet and satisfy existing and future needs, but to prioritize bicycles and pedestrians. We will provide below-grade and above-grade podium parking on the site. To provide greater flexibility and meet a variety of demands, our project has adopted shared parking as well.

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There will be up to 13 acres of publicly accessible ground floor open space and up to 13 acres of sustainability zones on the site. We envision lots of social interaction taking place – where residents, workers, shoppers, diners, visitors, and community neighbors can interact, gather and meet. The Central Green is the heart of Mission Point that will host a variety of outdoor activities. A public trail is proposed on the southern border of the site, which will connect the existing and planned trail systems in the community, including the Calabazas Creek trail.

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