Menlo Park City Council has approved plans for the five-story office proposal at 1350 Adams Court in San Mateo County near the Dumbarton Bridge and the Meta Headquarters. The project will create over a quarter million square feet of new inventory for research and development uses. Tarlton Properties is responsible for the application.
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The Burlingame Planning Commission is scheduled to review slightly expanded plans for 1855-1881 North Rollins Road, by San Mateo County’s southernmost BART Station. The commission is expected to vote on the project, which could add 420 new transit-adjacent homes, with even more parking on-site. The Danville-based Hanover Company is responsible for the applicant.
The California State Court of Appeal has rejected a request by the Preservation Action Council of San Jose that would have prevented the construction of a hotel at 8 North Almaden Boulevard in Downtown San Jose. The proposal aims to replace a vacant parking lot with a 19-story Moxy Hotel immediately next to the historic Hotel De Anza, the main source of the contention. KT Urban is the project developer.
While facade installation is finishing up for Mission Bay Block 9, construction has officially started for the fully-affordable condominiums at Block 9A in Mission Bay, San Francisco. Both projects will bring new affordable housing to the city. Block 9 is dedicated to formerly homeless individuals, and Block 9A will sell 148 affordable condominiums opening by 2024.
The City of San Francisco planning department has published its preliminary project assessment for 1401 Folsom Street, establishing that it is generally consistent with the area plan while pointing to a few points to readjust. The project is a seven-story residential infill in the SoMa at the corner of Folsom and 10th street, five blocks from the Civic Center BART Station. RG-Architecture is responsible for the application.