Sacramento Republic FC has announced plans to build a new Major League Soccer stadium by downtown Sacramento. The new sports center will be named Railyards Stadium, with the design by the Missouri-based MANICA Architecture. The project would cost nearly one billion dollars, with a new urban neighborhood zoned in the adjacent lots.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
New plans have been filed to renovate an existing three-story office building at 69 Green Street in North Beach, San Francisco. Construction would open up each floor space, producing a modernized speculative office space just one block from the Embarcadero. San Francisco-based architecture firm FORGE is responsible for the design.
A project application has been filed for a 16-story mixed-use apartment tower at 819 Ellis Street, located on the western edge of San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood. Construction would replace a three-story garage with 120 new homes by the nearly-complete Van Ness Bus Rapid Transit corridor. JS Sullivan is responsible for the application.
New building permits have been filed for the four-story residential infill at 2400 Adeline Street in McClymonds, West Oakland. The permits come with a design update by KTGY, the project architect, and the loss of one unit, now proposing to build 28 homes. Signature Development Group is the developer.
Duke Realty has filed a pre-application for the redevelopment of the AB&I Foundry Site in Oakland’s Coliseum Industrial neighborhood. The plans would demolish the iron foundry, which started in 1906, to build a speculative LEED Silver industrial building with offices, a loading dock, and parking. McWane Inc is the property owner backing this application.