Rose Bowl is a 6-acre, 657,000 square foot mixed-use project adjacent to Cupertino Square Mall. The project provides 204 market-rate condominiums above 120,000 square feet of Retail space with on-grade and subterranean parking for 932 cars. The building is a single 240-foot by 800-foot structure that consists of a four-story Residential Building on a two-level Podium.
The Residential Building is a wood-framed “production” structure of stacked units, flat framed roof with sloped insulation, TJI Joist “platform-framed” floors and plywood shear walls.
The structure over the first floor common area is wood post/beam construction and plywood shear walls. The Podium supports the Residential Building as well as provides a large open-air courtyard. It is constructed with an elevated post-tensioned slab over retail and grade-level parking and a reinforced concrete grade-level slab over a completely subterranean basement that covers most of the site. The Grade level slab was not designed as a post-tensioned floor to allow easier penetration for future retail tenants.