An old-school shopping center in San Jose is getting a long-promised makeover.
Cambrian Village, best known for its carousel sign, was built in the 1950s and hasn’t changed much.
On Tuesday, the San Jose City Council approved a dramatic redesign combining shopping with residential units.
It includes 300 apartments, about four-dozen single-family homes, and 25 townhomes, some of them affordable. It also includes a hotel and a 50-unit senior center.
Source: NBC Bay Area