Developers have announced that construction is expected to begin before the end of the year on The Carlysle, a 21-story mixed-use tower at 51 Notre Dame Avenue in Downtown San Jose. This announcement comes after demolition permits were filed in March. Led by Acquity Realty, the building would add new office space and hundreds of new dwelling units to the San Jose housing market.
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New renderings have been revealed along with permit applications for the adaptive reuse of 659 Union Street in North Beach, San Francisco. The property was gutted by a four-alarm fire back in 2018. While the interior has remained vacant during the interim, an 85-foot proposal in 2019 was floated. The latest proposal reduces the scale and housing provided.
The 30th tallest tower planned or built in the Bay Area is One Montgomery Tower at 120 Kearny Street in San Francisco’s Financial District. The 500-foot office building was erected in 1982, adding 801,720 square feet of new floor area to the downtown. Cushman and Wakefield, the prominent global commercial real estate services firm, is managing the office space.
New renderings have been revealed along with a preliminary project assessment application for a residential building at 67-69 Belcher Street in San Francisco’s Castro neighborhood. The development would add 36 new units to the city’s housing market. Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects is responsible for the design.
Several new renderings have been revealed with a detailed look at the block-sized mixed-use development proposed by Urban Catalyst for 147 East Santa Clara Street in Downtown San Jose. The project would add new offices, housing, and retail in the burgeoning area around city hall as San Jose’s sustained growth establishes a more urban core for the capital of Silicon Valley. The proposal is part of the Urban Catalyst Opportunity Zone Fund II, launched earlier this year.