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Sunnyvale Downtown Redevelopment Project

The City of Sunnyvale has one major redevelopment project, the 184-acre Central Core Revelopment Project Area. The goal of the project is to rebuild Downtown Sunnyvale as a traditional downtown, a vibrant pedestrian-friendly central place for shopping, working, living and entertainment. The current focus is on the large block bounded by Mathilda, Washington, Sunnyvale and Iowa Avenues, commonly known as the Town Center Mall.

The future Sunnyvale Downtown is a busy block of streets with shops, restaurants, farmers market, and weekly and annual events, this vibrant area is an exciting and enjoyable place to visit and spend some time getting to know the area.

 

 

Sunnyvale Downtown Events

Sunnyvale Farmer's Market

Every Saturday 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. (year round)
Enjoy fresh fruits, vegetables and arts and crafts from local growers and artisans. Stalls by some of the best South Bay farmers and local food producers bring you the freshest ingredients and local tastes.
Murphy and Washington Avenues

The Magic of Sunnyvale Wine and Food Stroll

Saturday, May, 12, 2012
2:30pm-5:30pm
Downtown Sunnyvale
The Saturday before Mother's Day is a celebration of wine and gourmet food. 20 wineries and 20 businesses located in Downtown Sunnyvale host the event. Entertainment includes magicians and great wining and dining. 

Sunnyvale Art & Wine Festival

June 2 & 3, 2012
Most of Downtown is closed for this big event. The Art & Wine Festival is sponsored by the Sunnyvale Chamber of Commerce and brings well-known and emerging artists and winemakers to the Downtown Sunnyvale. 

Summer Series Music  and Market

June 20- August 29, 2012 
Wednesdays, 5:30-8:30 (except July 4th)
Music is the main event at this lively gathering. Enjoy a variety of sounds from jazz, salsa, big band to classic rock. The 100 Block of S. Murphy Avenue, Sunnyvale 94086

Jazz & Beyond

July 7--August 25, 2012 
Saturdays, 5:30-8:30
Murphy Avenue becomes one big outdoor café to the fabulous Jazz melodies. You can enjoy a relaxing dinner in more than 20 restaurants. Find out why residents call it "The Ultimate Dining Experience". People at your table can choose meals from any participating restaurant so that it is no longer torturous to get everyone to agree on what type of food to eat and which restaurant to go to.  View 2012 Entertainment Line-up here.

Holiday & Christmas Tree Lighting Celebration

December 1, 2012, 4:30pm-8:30pm 
Welcome the Holiday Season and enjoy a visit from Santa Claus. With themed activities and an abundance of holiday cheer, this Downtown event is fun for the entire family. Historic Murphy Avenue in Downtown Sunnyvale. 

 

Downtown businesses

There are several shops in Downtown Sunnyvale. Whether you are looking for personal care, professional services, real estate, restaurants, apparel or clubs you’ll most likely find it here.

Acupuncturists
Aquarium Supplies
Attorneys
Auto repair
Banks
Bars/Nightclubs
Bars/Wines
Beauty Salons
Billiards
Caterers/Restaurants
Chiropractors
Christian Science
Cigar, Cigarette & Tobacco Products 
Coffee Houses & Cafes
Coin Dealers
Communications
Consulting (Business)
Consulting (Environment)

Data Networks
Donuts
Dry Cleaners/Tailors
Electronics Employment Agencies
Engineering
Financial Consultants 
Florist
Hair Stylists Yogurt
Schools/Vocational
Senior Services
Shoe Repair
Skin and Body Care
Software Sales/Services
Telecommunications
Travel Agencies
Watch Repair

 

Sunnyvale Downtown Redevelopment

In an effort to keep Sunnyvale’s Downtown updated and accessible, the city has ongoing redevelopment plans. In November 2009 it began with opening up previously closed portions of the main streets in Downtown Sunnyvale. It was the first time in more than 30 years that certain street blocks had been open to vehicle and pedestrian traffic. Shortly after, work was started to finish the exteriors of the residential buildings on McKinley Ave and Washington Ave, the two office towers on Mathilda and weatherize the remaining partially completed Redwood Square buildings.

In May 2010, Nokia signed a lease to occupy the first office tower at the intersection of Washington Avenue and Mathilda Avenue and announced that it would make Sunnyvale its North America headquarters.

In February 2012 Apple announced that it had leased the second office tower, with the intention of occupying the building by the third quarter of 2012. Other projects under way are: the Mathilda Bridge Reconstruction, Solstice (formerly Town & Country) Construction, and Sunnyvale Avenue Streetscape Improvements.

Source: http://sunnyvale.ca.gov/HotTopics/DowntownDevelopment.aspx

 

 

 

 

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