San Jose’s Planning Commission is expected to approve the general plan for a 246-unit apartment project at 802 South 1st Street, in East Virginia, bordering Downtown San Jose. The project completed public circulation last week,…
Articles by Andrew Nelson
New building permits have been filed to construct four single-unit structures at 3559-3589 Coolidge Avenue, located in Oakland’s Dimond District. The project was approved in 2018, at which time the previous owners sold the entitlement for nearly half a million dollars. Planning permits were filed in 2019 for a three-unit plan by Ripple Ideas LLC, but the filing remains incomplete, and the new building applications show the four-unit plan moving forward.
The Regents of the University of California, the governing body for the state-wide university system, has unanimously voted to approve a $3 billion 30-year development of the U.C. San Francisco Parnassus Heights campus in Sunset District, San Francisco. Herzog & de Meuron, with HDR as the architect of record, will design the medical facility expansion, including 1,263 residential units for students and hospital staff, a new hospital, and research buildings.
Holland Partner Group is overseeing the construction of an 18-story residential building at 277 27th Street in Northgate-Waverly, bordering Downtown Oakland. A recent site visit shows construction has topped out, and most of the exterior facade is installed. Once complete, the apartment building, called VESPR or 24th and Harrison, will bring 405 apartments and 65,000 square feet of ground-level retail.
Construction has finished for the forty-story tower at 385 14th Street in Downtown Oakland. Completed this year, the Atlas is now the second tallest building in the city and the tallest apartment building in Oakland at 400 feet. It includes 633 units on top of 17,350 square feet of retail. Carmel Partners is the developer, with Greystar managing the marketing and leasing.