More housing options have arrived in Milpitas with Journey and Voyage at Traverse, condominiums and town homes that offer a central location in Silicon Valley with modern amenities in a thriving neighborhood.

Fitting the innovative, chic culture of the Silicon Valley, Journey and Voyage at Traverse
range from two to four stories with large kitchens, space for a playroom or at-home office and a balcony to relax and enjoy the beautiful California weather. Other amenities include spacious walk-in closets and soaking tubs for those especially long days.

The homes by national developer K. Hovnanian start at just under $680,000, less than the average $700,000 home price in Milpitas.

Not only do the homes have luxurious amenities, the developments are near regional shopping destination, the Great Mall, the largest shopping mall in the Bay Area. The Great Mall has a variety of shops, from clothing to home decor, and numerous entertainment and dining options. The Century megaplex is home to 20 screens with new releases while Dave and Buster’s delivers adult-oriented arcade and bar games.

Traverse is just a few miles away from Ed R. Leven County Park where residents spend time outdoors. More adventurous visitors can experience true freedom and stomach-dropping fun hang-gliding and paragliding with friends here. However, there are numerous other recreational activities and dog parks in the area for those who prefer to stay more grounded with their free time.

The sales office at 569 Trade Zone Boulevard in Milpitas is open Thursday to Tuesday from 10am to 6pm and extensive details can be found online for Journey and Voyage.

Getting to Journey and Voyage

There is easy access to Journey and Voyage with 680, 880 and Montague Expressway leading straight to San Jose and as well 237 and 101. Other transportation options include the VTA light rail near the Great Mall that connects Milpitas to San Jose, Mountain View, Campbell, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara, the airport, Japantown, Willow Glen, Almaden Valley and Caltrain.

If you’re looking to commute or venture into neighboring Bay Area cities, BART is getting deeper and deeper into the South Bay and a station is planned for Milpitas within the next few years, just a mile away from Traverse.

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