A fourth plan set has been published by the City of San Jose for the proposed traditional Cambodian Buddhist Temple at 2740 Ruby Avenue in Evergreen, San Jose. The project is called the Wat Khmer Kampuchea Krom, and it will consist of a temple and a community building. A Khmer Buddhist Foundation, led by President Lyna Lam, is responsible for the project.
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The City of Oakland has published the environmental analysis for 2929 Broadway, a seven-story mixed-use project located on Pill Hill, Oakland. The study concludes that the project is eligible for streamlining through the California Environmental Quality Act process, hastening the path toward approval and construction of 220 apartments. The Martin Group is responsible for the project as the applicant and property owner.
The San Francisco Planning Department has approved plans for a three-story residential infill at 2055 Chestnut Street in the city’s Marina District. The project would create 49 new homes, plenty of retail, and a grocery store in a busy commercial area. Prado Group is managing the development.
Planning documents have been filed for four apartment buildings at 4961 Pacheco Boulevard in Martinez, Contra Costa County. The project would replace surface parking and a few low-slung commercial buildings with around 305 to 321 new rental homes. The project would also rise close to the Pacheco Transit Center, a commuter bus station.
The entitlement application is under review to replace a two-story office building with a nearly identically-sized project at 901 South California Avenue in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The property is within the Stanford Research Park, across from the College Terraces neighborhood. Alexandria Real Estate Equities is responsible for the application.