New building permits have been filed for a nine-story residential infill at 1462 Pine Street in San Francisco’s Nob Hill neighborhood. The project will create 104 new homes with 23 affordable units, utilizing the State Density Bonus program. The Atlas Property Group is listed as the project developer.
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The Sacramento Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans to convert the Trinity House, a former residential care facility, into housing at 2701 Capitol Avenue in Midtown Sacramento. The proposal will create 65 new homes above ground-level retail. HK3 Development is responsible for the application.
Greystar will request a first-time extension today for the approved architectural review of Parcels 20 and 27 within the Tasman East Specific Plan in Santa Clara. The plans include 371 rental units at 2225 Calle De Luna and 2232 Calle Del Mundo. The request will be made during the city’s Development Review Hearing, scheduled to start at 3 PM today.
The San Jose Planning Commission is scheduled to review the site development permits proposal for the redevelopment of the former Fry’s Electronics property at 550 East Brokaw Road in North San Jose, Santa Clara County. The project would reshape a 19.7-acre property occupied by the box store and surface parking with almost two million square feet of office space and a public park. Bay West Development is responsible for the proposal, with architectural design by Gensler.
The preliminary project application has been filed for a 46-story residential tower at 636 4th Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The proposal uses the State Density Bonus to include 522 new homes above retail. Detailed renderings have yet to be released.