Preliminary plans have been filed for a seven-story residential infill at 1311 Quesada Avenue in Bayview, San Francisco. Illustrations show how the narrow two-structure project will rise from the low-slung neighborhood to create 27 affordable housing units. San Diego-based affordable housing developer MirKa Investments is responsible for the application, working alongside San Francisco-based MNC.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
Updated plans will be reviewed tomorrow for an eight-story residential infill at 2538 Durant Avenue in Southside, Berkeley. The project will create 83 homes, including replacement housing for an existing structure near the UC Berkeley campus. Martin Group and Valiance Capital are sponsoring the proposal.
The City has approved plans for the 35-story residential tower at 395 3rd Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The high-rise project is expected to create 524 apartments from a surface parking lot at the corner of 3rd and Harrison Street, overlooking I-80. Strada Investment Group is the developer.
Oakland has approved plans for a new five-story affordable infill at 430 Broadway in the city’s Jack London neighborhood. The proposal is the first of three phases by Related Companies and the East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation to redevelop the former county building and parking lot. This first structure will create 71 apartments above retail.
Construction has topped out for the new six-story office building at 220 Park Road in Burlingame, San Mateo County. Sares Regis Group and Dostart Development Company are developing the project through a joint venture. Once complete in 2024, the offices will bring new shops overlooking the future town square, serving residents and visitors to the Burlingame Avenue retail thoroughfare.