New plans have been revealed for a seven-story residential infill located across from the Sacramento Bee headquarters in Midtown Sacramento. The project will replace surface parking and two low-slung commercial structures with over two hundred homes. The property owner and project developer are not listed.
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Swinerton crews have topped off The Canyon, the tallest residential tower in San Francisco to reach the milestone in 2022. The Canyon is a 23-story residential tower rising on Parcel A in the Mission Rock development along the Mission Bay waterfront. The master plan by Mission Rock Partners, a joint venture between the San Francisco Giants and Tishman Speyer, is replacing 28 acres of former surface parking with over a thousand units of housing, offices, retail, and new public parks.
The Santa Clara Planning Commission will review plans today for Greystar’s Freedom Circle project, a 13.3-acre development with over a thousand homes and retail in the Freedom Circle Focus Area. The project would create three new apartment buildings with one retail space and a two-acre public park. The Intel Corporation is the property owner.
Plans for the Palo Alto Homekey have reached the planning department, with an application for entitlement recently submitted and under review. The project is being developed by the City of Palo Alto in collaboration with Menlo Park-based LifeMoves. Once complete, the project would create a support services facility and 76 units of temporary housing for formerly homeless individuals.
Permits have been filed for the residential expansion of an existing building at 4122 17th Street in Corona Heights, San Francisco. The project would expand horizontally and vertically, adding a new unit and renovating the interiors. James Skelton of _EDIT, a San Francisco-based architecture firm, manages the design.