Mio Japantown features lush landscaping around the community and is conveniently located a block away from over twenty unique restaurants, a weekly farmers market and the Raymond Bernal Jr. Memorial Park.
- Features and Amenities
- Resident Services
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688 N. 7th Street, San Jose, CA 95112
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- Salt Water Spa
- Rooftop Deck with City Views
- State-of-the-Art Fitness Center
- Community Lounge & Lobby
- Direct-Access Elevators & Parking Garage
- Controlled-Access Gate
- Convenient Access to Airport
- Steps from Trendy Downtown Restaurants & Clubs
- Bocce Ball Court
- Outdoor BBQ Grill
- Business Center
- Dog Park
- Outdoor Fireplace and Firepit
Interior Unit Amenities:
- Accent Color Walls
- Soaring Nine-Foot Ceilings
- Personal Outdoor Space
- Stainless-Steel Appliances
- Wood-Style Flooring
- Upgraded Track Lighting
- Nest Thermostat System
- Stackable Washer & Dryer
- Spacious Kitchen Pantry
- Linen Closets
Please visit the leasing website to learn more about the resident services available at Mio Japantown.
This project has achieved USGBD LEED Gold Certification.
High-energy efficiency features were integrated into the design of the development from the conceptual stages. These include items such as Energy Star refrigerators, bathroom fans with humidistats controller, and dishwashers. All lighting is high-efficacy, which reduces electricity consumption.
Mio will incorporate drought tolerant landscaping, and high efficiency fixtures and fittings.
To minimize long-term environmental damage to the building lot during the construction process, the project will work towards the diversion of 80% of construction waste.
Providing a clean and ventilated indoor environment is important to the health of occupants. To that end, ROEM has implemented a Construction Indoor Air Quality Management Plan to ensure that the project reached the goal of maintaining acceptable indoor air quality before, during and after construction, and to prevent contamination prior to occupancy. The execution of the plan can be seen in the protection of HVAC equipment and ducts, pollutants source control, housekeeping rules, and most importantly, a 2-week building flush-out to remove any remaining air contaminants