New renderings have been revealed for a residential addition to 2621 Market Street, West Oakland. The project would fill in the vacant parcel with one primary and two secondary residences. Baran Studio Architecture will be in charge of the design.
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New building permits have been filed to renovate 1000 Sutter Street into permanent supportive housing for unhoused residents in San Francisco’s Nob Hill neighborhood. The project aims to contribute 232 new dwelling units to address the housing crisis through the state’s Project Homekey fund.
Carmel Partners has unveiled Ever Green, a new permanent public art installation by Bay Area artist Taraneh Hemami. The 24-foot tall sculpture coincides with Carmel and Greystar announcing Atlas is 70% leased. Located at 385 14th Street in Downtown Oakland, the 40-story residential tower has added 633 rental units to the city.
Satellite Affordable Housing Associates has started construction on the eight-story apartment building at 500 Almaden Boulevard in Downtown San Jose. Once complete, the project will add low-income housing in a burgeoning intersection across the street from the 1.8 million square foot 280 Woz Way development and the two million square foot South Almaden Offices.
101 California Street is tied with two other buildings as the 13th tallest skyscraper in the Bay Area planned or built. The 600-foot office building was complete in the Financial District in 1982 as the third tallest building in the San Francisco skyline. Its round and glassy exterior with a geometric atrium base is an iconic design by the influential architects, Philip Johnson and John Burgee. Hines and the Singaporean Sovereign Wealth Fund are joint property owners.