Last week, SFYIMBY was given a tour of 1900 Broadway in Downtown Oakland. Construction has surpassed ground level, and by next week Behring Companies CEO Colin Behring tells us that a new floor will be visible from the street. At full buildout, the 39-story skyscraper will target young professionals with housing, amenities, and co-working space right above a Bus Rapid Transit stop and the 19th Street BART Station fifteen minutes away from San Francisco.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
New plans have been filed to replace the western portion of the Fremont Corner shopping center with townhomes and a new shop at 102 East Fremont Avenue in Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County. The True Life Companies is the project applicant, and Fremont Corners Inc is the property owner. The project will complement the same team’s plans for new townhomes at 166 East Fremont Street, representing a realignment of priorities for residential construction.
New renderings have been revealed for a 25-story mixed-use tower for 439 South 4th Street in Downtown San Jose. The proposal, led by Caruso Design for the current property owner, would create 210 new residential units above five levels of parking. If built, the new project would be adjacent to The Mark at 475 South 4th Street, a similarly stocky tower for student housing being developed by Urban Catalyst.
Construction is wrapping up for Modera Lake Merritt, a new rental apartment complex at 1940 Webster Street in Downtown Oakland. The project is opening with 173 new rental units, ranging between studios and two-bedroom homes, with prices starting over $2,500 per month. Mill Creek Places is responsible for the development and leasing.
New renderings have been shared with SFYIMBY.com for the residential development at 249 Pennsylvania Avenue in Potrero Hill, San Francisco. The project uses the 50% State Density Bonus program, hoping to add 92 new homes in the city. William Spencer Company, based in Brisbane, California, is responsible for the development as the property owner.