The 476-foot tall office building at 45 Fremont Street is tied as the 37th tallest building in the Bay Area planned or built. The low-profile tower was completed in 1978 by Shorenstein Properties, one of the city’s most prominent landlords, and involved with three other properties already featured on the SFYIMBY Tallest 52 Towers countdown.Read More
An application has been submitted to the Berkeley Design Review Committee seeking the approval of a new eight-story mixed-use building at 2000 University Avenue and 2001 Milvia in Downtown Berkeley. The project proposal includes the demolition of the two existing commercial structures and the construction of a building with 82 dwelling units and commercial space. The proposed demolition was submitted to Landmarks Preservation Commission for review on March 4, 2021, for which no action was taken.
Development permits are under review for an affordable housing project at 797 South Almaden Avenue by Downtown San Jose in the Washington-Guadalupe neighborhood. The six-story project is being developed by the Berkeley-based Resource for Community…
The City of Oakland’s Design Review Commission is scheduled today to review plans for a substantial twin-block development surrounding the Lake Merritt BART Station in Downtown Oakland. The two blocks at 51 9th Street and 107 8th Street will create half a million square feet of new office space, retail, community amenities and contribute hundreds of new apartments to the Oakland housing market. Strada Investment Group and the East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation are jointly responsible for the development.
New building permits have been filed for the six-story residential development at 730 Stanyan Street in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood in San Francisco. The project will create 120 affordable units for low and middle-income households, focusing on providing housing to the unhoused. The internationally acclaimed OMA is responsible for the building design.