For today, we have something new. We work to share with you all of the most exciting and consequential development updates across the Bay Area during the week. However, there are many permits and other stories that fall through the cracks. They tend not to be significant enough or do not come with enough details to merit a full article. We, of course, do not take your attention for granted. However, in sum, all these permits add up to a significant contribution to the built environment of the Bay Area, and we would hate to miss them. So from now on, our Saturday special will be the biggest of the little permits for the week. Today’s post will share with you the best of Friday, September 25th. Fridays are notoriously slow days for permit filings. Yet, we still found some large plans filed in Sacramento, a cannabis warehouse expansion, and eight applications for additional dwelling units, i.e., ADU, across the Bay.
Permits are filed to construct a 597 square foot ADU behind 461 Cavour Street in Shafter, Oakland.
Santa Clara County
Permits are filed to add a two-story ADU at 2179 Laurel Drive in Santa Clara.
Permits have been filed to add a 408-square foot ADU by expanding an attached garage at 3530 Greer Road, Palo Verde, Palo Alto.
Demolition permits have been filed to replace an existing 3,000 square foot two-story single-family dwelling and ADU with a new 2,584 square foot single-family dwelling and ADU at 1465 Edgewood Drive in Crescent Park, Palo Alto.
San Mateo County
Permits are filed to construct a 496 square feet ADU on the existing crawl space of a three-story home at 170 Pecora Way, Ladera, Menlo Park. The permits also call for a new deck.
Permits have been filed for a new ADU at 2725 Heatherstone Drive in Marinwood, San Rafael,
Permits have been filed to review plans for 56 single-family detached homes by 5012 Wuthering Avenue, Valley Hi/North Laguna. These plans would fill up six empty blocks along the outskirts of a suburban sprawl.
Permits have been filed to transform a detached garage into an ADU at 2232 9th Avenue in Clinton, Sacramento. The permits would cost an estimated $8 million, or $142,000 per house.
Permits have been filed to build a podium for five two-story single-family houses by 1429 Garden Highway along the Sacramento River. The project will cost an estimated $40,000.
Permits have been filed to expand the existing 24,500 square foot warehouse by 3,400 square feet to aid existing cannabis cultivation at 1900 Railroad Drive by American River Parkway, Sacramento.
Permits have been filed to prepare an ADU on the first floor of 1905 and 1907 H Street in Boulevard Park, Sacramento.
Permits have been filed to construct a new single-family house at 16 Gold Moon Court in Sacramento. The development is estimated to cost $200,000.