New building permits have been filed for three duplexes at 3040, 3048, and 3056 58th Street in Sacramento’s Tahoe Park neighborhood. The development will get an address change, to be named the 18060 Broadway Condos. The three-story project will produce 8,520 square feet of residential space, with unit A of each building spanning 1,235 square feet and 1,605 square feet for unit B. Jerry Munz’s JM Construction is the developer in charge of the development.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
New planning permits have been filed for a six-story residential development at 230 7th Street in SoMa, San Francisco. These permits come after approval for new building permits and site crane permits, suggesting the developers are doing some last-minute planning before construction starts. Oryx Partners had been responsible for the development in 2017. The site went for $10.6 million, and the new developers seem intent on retaining the previous scale while exploring the option of including condominiums.
Planning permits have been filed for a new seven-story mixed-use building at 2318 Mission Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. The building comes in the heart of the Mission District, nearly equidistant between the 16th Street and 24th Street BART stations. The structure will yield a total 34 units across all floors. A city developer is not listed on public documents.
Permits have been filed to request the construction of an apartment complex yielding 308 apartments. The development proposes to build ten three-story buildings at 2629 5th Street in the Upper Land Park neighborhood. Once complete, over a quarter-million square feet of residential space will occupy the three parcels, which span 290,000 square feet. This marks a final phase of construction for the development known as Mill at Broadway, developed by 29th Street Capital, or 29SC.
Preliminary Project Assessment permits have been filed for a 160-foot mixed-use development between 555-585 Bryant Street in SoMa, San Francisco. Construction is estimated to cost at least $200 million. Plans drafted by Solomon Cordwell Buenz show the an infill with set-backs to afford more direct sunlight to the asphalt. The assessment permit calls for merging seven lots between Bryant and Welsh Street to create a single 33,000 square foot parcel. If approved, the project will bring five hundred new residencies to the city, of which twenty percent will be affordable.