SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- A mass eviction could be the largest ever in Silicon Valley with hundreds of tenants being told they must move out of their homes.
The Reserve apartments located on South Winchester Boulevard near Williams Road in San Jose are slated to be demolished and replaced with new development.
Everyone in the 200-plus unit apartment complex must be out by March. In its place will be new market-rate housing shops and restaurants.
It's a project that's going to triple the number of apartment units at the expense of the people living there now.
San Jose has no laws requiring compensation packages for evicted tenants, but the landlord is offering assistance to tenants who make less than 80 percent of the region's median income.