Construction is wrapping up for the new Sacramento Criminal Courthouse around 500 G Street in Downtown Sacramento. The project has consolidated the city’s existing courthouse functions from four sites to a new tower directly across from the Sacramento Valley Station. NBBJ is the architect.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
Construction has topped out, and facade installation is nearly complete for the four-story apartment complex at 1208 Q Street in Downtown Sacramento. The building, to be named Luella, is creating over four dozen homes by light rail and walking distance from the State Capitol Park. Urban Development + Partners is the project developer.
The Sunnyvale Planning Commission is reviewing plans tomorrow evening for a mixed-use infill at 1124 West El Camino Real in Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County. The development will open a new Toyota dealership on the ground level of a seven-story apartment complex. De Anza Properties, the property owner, is responsible for the application.
Preliminary plans have been filed for a mixed-use project with two new structures at 156 California Avenue in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The buildings will rise over a Caltrain Station, the tallest of which will be 17 floors. REDCO Development, the developer, aims to use Senate Bill 330 and the Builder’s Remedy for a streamlined approval process to create 382 apartments and a replacement for a Mollie Stone’s Market close to transit.
New preliminary plans have been submitted for an eight-story affordable housing complex at 1190 Hillsdale Avenue in San Jose, Santa Clara County. The property is close to another rising senior housing complex and close to the developing Communication Hills. A.C. Martin, a Los Angeles-based architecture firm, is the project applicant.