New renderings have been revealed for the proposed six-story home of the American Buddhist Cultural Society at 1750 Van Ness Avenue in Nob Hill, San Francisco. The institution first revealed the project in 2016 after a preliminary project assessment filing. A public hearing is to be held Thursday, September 9th, during which the city’s Planning Commission could approve the project for CEQA and push the religious facility closer to construction.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
Permits have been requested for a three-story apartment complex on the open land at 7543 Wainscott Way in Meadowview, Southwestern Sacramento. The project would fill an expansive vacant lot with 358 apartment units. The project is preliminarily called the Clover Workforce Apartments, though an applicant is not attributed.
New renderings have been revealed for a duplex at 376 Hill Street, along a steep road in Dolores Heights, San Francisco. The three-story-tall building will replace an existing building. The Hill Street Revocable Trust is responsible for the development.
Development permits have been approved for MacArthur Studio, a 193-unit senior living building at 4311 MacArthur Boulevard in Laurel, Oakland. The project will merge three lots, with all units to be priced as affordable. AMG & Associates is responsible for the development.
A public review is underway for a six-story mixed-use affordable housing project at 2880 Alum Rock Avenue, just east of Interstate 680 in San Jose’s Alum Rock neighborhood. The project would create 164 new units on top of ground-level retail. Pacific West Communities is responsible for the development as the property owner.