Avenues: World School is best known as the school where each student will get a MacBook and an iPad. Since it started in New York City in 2012 with admission fees for K-12 rivaling college, it has expanded to Brazil and Shenzhen. Now, the high-end private school is planning a new campus in the heart of Silicon Valley. Renderings reveal the proposed 547,459 square-foot campus at 550 Meridian Avenue, San Jose.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
Demolition permits have been filed for a single-story McDonalds at 820 Bryant Street, adjacent to the city’s Hall of Justice in SoMa, San Francisco. The permits were filed by the city’s own Public Works department. This news comes over a year after media outlets like the SF Examiner reported on the city’s purchase of the vacant retro single-story commercial building for $16 million.
New renderings have been published for a proposed Marriott Hotel at 495 West Carlos Street in Diridon Station, San Jose. The eight-story hotel features architectural design by Studio Current and landscaping by Kimley Horn. Urban…
Permits have been filed to expand the residential 4434 Fulton Street in Central Richmond, San Francisco. The development will add three new accessory dwelling units, or ADUs, by replacing existing garage space, including adding two new doors in place of the garage doors. In total, the project is estimated to cost $185,000. Santos & Urrutia Inc are listed as responsible for the development.
Lendlease’s planning application for constructing a 333-unit tower at 30 Van Ness Avenue has finally been sent to the city government. The filing calls for 333 new condominiums and five commercial spaces, all in a 520-foot tower in the Hub, SoMa, San Francisco. Australian-based developer Lendlease is responsible for the project.