New renderings have been shared with SFYIMBY.com for the residential development at 249 Pennsylvania Avenue in Potrero Hill, San Francisco. The project uses the 50% State Density Bonus program, hoping to add 92 new homes in the city. William Spencer Company, based in Brisbane, California, is responsible for the development as the property owner.
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A preliminary project has been submitted to the city for a new self-storage building at 241 Loomis Street in Bayview, San Francisco. The four-story structure will replace a surface parking lot in the industrial pocket between Highway 101 and I-280. Jordan Sills of J2 Properties is responsible for the application.
The plan for affordable senior housing is progressing for Wong Center at 631 F Street in Sacramento. Commercial New Building permits have been filed to the city for the four-story project, proposing to replace vacant land and surface parking in the under-built Sacramento Railyards district. Mutual Housing is the project owner and developer.
Development plans have been in the works to convert an existing four-story parking garage into housing at 55 Francisco Street in North Beach, San Francisco. Now, updated elevations give insight to the mid-density plans, still below the profile of the neighboring office block. Atlanta-based Jamestown LP is responsible for the project.
New renderings have been revealed with the development permit for Villa Fruitvale, a proposed six-story apartment complex for 3751 International Boulevard in Fruitvale, Oakland. The development will create 183 new apartments designated affordable for low and very low-income households for youth and workforce families. Oakbrook Partners is responsible for the application.