New renderings have been revealed for a proposed eight-story mixed-use building at 2440 Shattuck Avenue in Downtown Berkeley, Alameda County. The project, named The Lair @ Haste, uses the State Density Program to build a total of 40 new homes, ten more than base zoning would permit. Bill Schrader of the Austin Group is the project developer. The project will be reviewed later today by the city’s Design Review Committee.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
Demolition permits have been issued by the City of San Jose for 180 Park Avenue, allowing construction to start on the 20-story office tower, Park Habitat. The new high-rise is part of a flurry of proposals that aim to cultivate greater urban density in Downtown San Jose. The project is part of a multi-project master plan drafted by Westbank and Urban Community.
A CEQA Notice has been published for the proposed Mission Point Project in the City of Santa Clara. The publication follows a community meeting held by the city with the developer and the community in late March. In its latest reduced iteration, plans for Mission Point are to build over three million square feet of offices, 1,800 new homes, retail, and a childcare facility. Kylli is the project sponsor, with Gensler responsible for the design.
Updated plans for 2065 Kittredge Street are up for public review by the Berkeley Design Review Committee. The eight-story project would replace three low-rise commercial buildings with an off-campus student housing building in the heart of Downtown Berkeley. CA Ventures, an international development firm based in Chicago, is responsible for the application.
Construction work has topped out with facade installation imminent on the latest addition to the UCSF Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center, or ZSFG. The five-story building is rising at the corner of 23rd and Vermont Street in the Mission District, on what was once a surface parking lot. The UC Board of Regents is responsible for the project.