Articles by Andrew Nelson

23 Excelsior Court view of old and new building, rendering by Harvey Architecture

Permits Filed for New Housing at 23-31 Excelsior Court, Cleveland Heights, Oakland

New Building permits have been submitted, replacing parking with housing at 23-31 Excelsior Court in Oakland’s Cleveland Heights neighborhood. The proposal will build a three-story triplex on unbuilt land and create new units in the existing building, finishing with ten homes between two buildings. Marin County-based Harvey Architecture is responsible for the design.

Read More

750 West San Carlos view from across the street, rendering via SGPA Architecture and Planning

Demolition Imminent for Affordable Housing Project at 750 West San Carlos , San Jose

Public records show that Santa Clara County has purchased the lot for affordable housing at 750 West San Carlos, located within walking distance of Diridon Station in San Jose. The developer will be The Danco Group, based in Arcata, Humboldt County with a long portfolio of affordable housing projects across California. The Danco Group president, Dan Johnson, tells SFYIMBY construction is starting next Monday.

Read More

Outdated plans for 300 5th Street, rendering by TCA Architects

Project Review Meeting Requested for 300 5th Street, SoMa, San Francisco

A permit application reveals that JS Sullivan Development has requested a project review meeting to explore preliminary plans for 300 5th Street in SoMa, San Francisco. This follows the story from August 2021 by the Registry, reporting that Realtex Group is looking to sell the fully approved and entitled 130-unit rental project. For now, the application is a preliminary step to receive feedback from the planning department.

Read More

1900 Diamond Street looking north on Diamond Street, rendering by Solomon Cordwell Buenz

Meeting Tomorrow for Redesigned 1900 Diamond Street, San Francisco

The San Francisco Planning Commission is scheduled to vote tomorrow on redesigned plans for 24 units at 1900 Diamond Street in San Francisco. The new iteration breaks away from the former linear block to preserve ten trees, create a public viewing platform, and obscure the project with setbacks away from the sidewalk along Diamond Street. Solomon Cordwell Buenz, an international firm with offices in San Francisco, is the project architect.

Read More

Fetching more...