New Building permits have been filed for a residential infill at 1925 F Street in Boulevard Park, by Downtown Sacramento. The project will replace low-rise commercial buildings and surface parking with 50 new homes. Sacramento-based Cassadyne Properties and El Dorado-based Gavden Investments are responsible for the development.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
New renderings have been revealed for yet another proposed single-family residence in the Oakland Hills. The single-unit structure is to be built at 13193 Skyline Boulevard, Oakland. Ben Tarcher Architects, a Bay Area-based firm operating since 1974, will be responsible for the design.
Since our last coverage, several important milestones have been achieved for the American Buddhist Cultural Society’s proposal to replace the San Bao Temple at 1750 Van Ness Avenue in Nob Hill, San Francisco. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill has tweaked the design, San Francisco’s planning commission approved the Conditional Use Authorization in September, and the building permits were filed in November.
A project review meeting has been requested to create three new homes at 1848 Castro Street in Noe Valley, San Francisco. The proposal would replace a small single-family home. ADU Collective is responsible for the application.
Dramatic renderings have been revealed for Project 8 Winery, proposed for 7615 Callison Road in the community of Penryn, Placer County. The development would build 18 acres of a 44.14-acre property, including a wine cave network, restaurant, and octagonal building with views across the oak woodlands. Scott | Edwards Architecture is responsible for the design.