Chuck Toeniskoetter, a high-profile Silicon Valley real estate executive, is preparing his family-operated business for an expected surge in developing and redeveloping commercial properties and buildings as companies return to their offices after well over a year of coronavirus-linked business shutdowns.
Toeniskoetter’s companies are known for both ground-up development and high-profile renovations.
Among the renovations: the restoration of the iconic San Jose Cathedral in downtown San Jose and the renovation of the historic Santa Clara County Courthouse a few blocks away. The companies’ current headquarters are in a mansion they restored on The Alameda in San Jose.
In Palo Alto, the Toeniskoetter firm carried out a vast renovation of the Hewlett Packard corporate headquarters. They have developed two big business parks in Morgan Hill that have attracted tech firms Flextronics and Paramit to that city. In a major current project, the company is…