Demolition has started for a new affordable housing complex at 665 and 883 Sebastopol Road in Santa Rosa, Sonoma County. The development, named Casa Roseland, will bring 75 new units along a retail thoroughfare as part of a seven-acre redevelopment plan. MidPen Housing is responsible for the application.Read More
555 Bryant Street has started rising above street level in SoMa, San Francisco. With the foundation complete, vertical construction is expected to accelerate over the next year, culminating with the 16-story mixed-use high-rise overlooking I-80 and close to the 4th & King Street Caltrain Station. Strada Investment Group is responsible for the development.
Structural and functional expansions have been proposed for an existing residential building at 136 136 Hartford Street in Castro-Upper Market, San Francisco. The project proposes horizontal and vertical additions to the existing two-unit building. SIA Consulting is responsible for the designs.
It has only been two weeks since plans were first announced for the region’s potential second-tallest residential tower, and a flurry of permit activity has already been submitted to the city’s Planning Department. The 72-story proposal for 530 Howard Street is expected to rise 844 feet tall, among the tallest in the country, and could become the third or fourth tallest skyscraper in San Francisco. Bayhill Ventures, the project developer, has also submitted a request for new building permits.
Two ten-story residential projects have been proposed at 840 San Bruno Avenue in San Bruno, San Mateo County. The dense complex will bring over three hundred new affordable homes close to the rising YouTube Headquarters and Caltrain. JEMCOR Development Partners is responsible for the application.