Planning permits have been approved for a new eight-story hotel at 730 I Street in Downtown Sacramento, along with the rehabilitation of a Mid-Century modern office structure. The development, dubbed ‘The Hardin,’ would open a 179-key AC Hotel Marriott two blocks from the Golden 1 Center sports stadium and six blocks from the State Capitol. The American Hospitality Services and Sacramento-based Miry Development through 730 I Street Investors LLC are responsible for the project.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
Permits have been filed for a new three-story residential building to be constructed at 2119 Castro Street in Noe Valley, San Francisco. The development will double the site’s household capacity, from one to two. The thirty-foot structure will yield 4,715 square feet, mostly uniform around 1,100 square feet across the three floors and basement. Modern Construction Inc. will be in charge of putting the building together.
Alteration permits have been filed to refurbish an existing structure to bring forty-five new units at 622 14th Street, Downtown Oakland. The project would bring additional activity to the static site that’s just three and a half blocks from the 12th Street BART Station. Vaughn Management Group is listed as responsible for the development.
Site development permits have been filed to build a fourteen-story office building named at 255 West Julian Street in Downtown San Jose. The project yields 512,000 square feet. According to various outlets, the construction is led by Gary Dillabough and Jeff Arrillaga of Urban Community with Westbank Corporation. This marks the third proposal for redevelopment.
New building permits have been accepted for a new small residential building at 2526 Q Street in Midtown Sacramento. The development will produce a two-story duplex structure, doubling the residential density of the parcel. The architectural style will remain cohesive throughout the process, with design by Sacramento-based Tim Sullivan Engineering Inc.