Jensen Landing is planned to include a four-story apartment building at Jensen and Maple avenues in Fresno. Images via Cushman & Wakefield brochure
Written by The Business Journal Staff
City officials will celebrate a groundbreaking Wednesday for a 12.1-acre, mixed-use development in Southeast Fresno called Jensen Landing.
Located at 4645 E. Jensen Ave. near Maple Avenue, the Jensen Landing project “brings the desirable effects of regenerating and rejuvenating the Southeast Fresno community with vibrant designs and unique amenities,” according to a news release from Councilmember Luis Chavez.
Chavez is scheduled to appear at the groundbreaking along with Mayor Jerry Dyer and developer BDM Builders, LLC, in San Jose.
Plans for Jensen Landing include a 170,000 square-foot, four-story apartment building with a 4,000 square-foot day care center, 4,000 square-foot convenience store/fueling station and 73,000 square feet of retail/office buildings, according to a March 2021 public hearing notice from the city.
BDM Builders bills itself as a global real estate investment firm. Past projects include a San Jose Hilton property and medical office building as well as offices near Fresno Yosemite International Airport.