Plans have been submitted for a new 14.6-acre residential development along Oakley Road in Antioch, Contra Costa County. The filing aims to replace the agricultural land with 71 new homes. Walnut Creek-based Brightsky Residential, a Resmark company, is the project sponsor.
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New plans have been filed for Ventris Place, a suburban expansion at 6441 Jacinto Avenue in Sacramento’s Valley Hi / North Laguna neighborhood. The project will reshape five acres with 37 single-family homes. Next Generation Capital is the project sponsor.
New renderings have been revealed for a five-story mixed-use infill at 1776-1790 University Avenue in Central Berkeley, Alameda County. The project design by Baran Studio Architect will use simple materials and plain massing to create 17 dorm-style apartments, including two affordable units, above commercial retail. The UC Berkeley Campus is just 10 minutes away on foot.
Construction has officially started for the new affordable housing on Hunters Point Shipyards’ Blocks 52 and 54 in San Francisco. The bayside project will bring 112 multi-family units at two sites with funding from the Office of Community Infrastructure and Investment. Jonathan Rose Companies and Bayview Senior Services are jointly responsible for the project as co-developers.
Development permits have been submitted for the 19-story residential tower at 2305 Webster Street in Northgate-Waverly, Oakland. The formal application follows preliminary plans submitted to the city planning department in early April this year. Segula Investments is the project developer.