A new preliminary project assessment has been filed, disclosing amended plans for the residential redevelopment of 55 Francisco Street, a multi-level parking garage in North Beach, San Francisco. The PPA reveals fewer apartments could be built than initially proposed. Atlanta-based Jamestown LP, a real estate investment company, is managing the development.
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San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Island, in the water halfway between the city and Oakland, is being redeveloped with over two hundred apartments. Commuters on the Bay Bridge will have already noticed The Bristol Residences, a newly-clad apartment complex facing the East Bay. Now, groundbreaking has occurred and construction is underway for the Townhomes and the Flats residences. San Francisco-based Stockbridge Capital Group and the developer Wilson Meany are jointly developing for the project. CAHill is responsible for construction.
The City of Santa Clara has scheduled a public review today for 950 Monroe Street, a mixed-use proposal less than ten minutes away from the Santa Clara University campus. The six-story building is expected to add 57 dwelling units and new ground-floor retail to the Santa Clara County housing market. Menlo Park-based Lamb Partners is responsible for the development.
A new preliminary application has been filed to fast-track the review for 3135 San Pablo Avenue, West Oakland. Along with a request to use Senate Bill 330, new renderings have been revealed. The six-story building will create 73 new senior dwelling units and ground-level commercial space. Satellite Affordable Housing Associates is responsible for the application as the sponsor, while Saint Mary’s Center is the property owner.
New building permits have been filed for a four-story housing project at 2435 San Pablo Avenue in Southwest Berkeley. The permit calls for foundation, grading, and shoring for the project to add forty new sleeping units and a manager’s apartment. The Wang Brothers Investments, an Orinda-based firm, is responsible for the project as the owner.