San Francisco Mayor London Breed has announced that the 140-unit development at 410 China Basin Street, dubbed Mission Bay Block 9 in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood, has broken ground. Prefabricated units will be used for the construction to expedite the process. Completion is expected by late 2021. Once complete, the project will provide residence to people experiencing homelessness.
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New development permits have been filed for a six-story residential building at 3414 Andover Street in Pill Hill, Oakland. The project will yield 20 new units across 30,920 square feet, producing ten one-bedroom and ten two-bedroom units. Oakland-based DNZ Homes LLC is responsible for the development.
The proposal for an eight-story mixed-use building at 955 Post Street is heading to the San Francisco Planning commission today at 1:00 PM. Developers hope to bring sixty-nine new residential units in the Polk Gulch neighborhood, of which seventeen will be sold as affordable housing. 955 Post LLC is responsible for the development.
Residential planning review permits have been filed for an eleven-unit affordable housing project at 8395 Jackson road, College / Glen in Eastern Sacramento. The development is to be called St. Johns Village and is funded in part through the State-wide Homekey Housing program.
Development permits have been filed, and renderings revealed, for a new mixed-use building at 2700 International Boulevard in Fruitvale, Oakland. The 72-foot structure will yield 100,385 square feet, of which 57,298 square feet will be dedicated to the 75 apartments on-site, all of which are to be sold as affordable housing. The Bay-Area based Unity Council is responsible for the development.