Santana Row’s Newest Residential Community Set to Open in October 2013
Photography by Tyler Nguyen
Misora, Santana Row’s newest residential community, is on schedule to complete its first phase this fall. It will add 212 rental homes to Silicon Valley’s premier destination for shopping, dining, living, working and nightlife.
Located on Olin Avenue behind Diesel and Pasta Pomodoro, Phase 1 of Misora (which is derived from the phrase “beautiful sky” in Japanese) will be completed in October, 2013. Phase 2 is scheduled for completion by the end of the year.
Pre-leasing began in June and pre-qualified customers got a first look at Misora during the unveiling VIP cocktail party last Aug. 22.
Jeff Lewis, widely regarded as America’s most well-known house flipper from his role in Bravo’s docu-series, Flipping Out, made a special guest appearance during the festivities.
Misora, an elegantly modern community, will be housed in two buildings and features a first in Santana Row rentals: 456 square-foot studios. Misora also offers one and two bedroom homes that range from 760 to 1,378 sq. feet and 2,780 sq. feet penthouse suites.
Designed by Ankrom Moisan Architects, the community will reflect a Mediterranean ambience with outdoor amenities such as a 75-foot lap pool, Baja pool, sun lounge, spa, outdoor BBQ, al fresco dining, a roof level pet park and landscaped gardens and fountains. Misora’s exclusive indoor amenities include wine cellar with lockers, billiard and gaming tables, fitness studio, serenity lounge, private cinema, connect café, conference center, concierge and more. There’s also a private, 370-stall resident parking garage, all steps away from Santana Row.
Construction on Misora began in February, 2012. When completed, Misora will bring the total number of homes at Santana Row to 834 (615 are rentals and 219 are privately-owned condominiums).
For more information, please visit www.santanarow.com.