This morning, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors Budget and Finance Committee meeting will consider providing millions for the stalled affordable housing project at 78 Haight Street in Hayes Valley. The project developer, TNDC, started work in 2022 but was stalled after a neighboring property owner complained about construction compromising their structure’s foundation.
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The San Jose Planning Commission is scheduled to vote on a resolution tomorrow for a 25-story residential proposal at 439 South 4th Street in Downtown San Jose, Santa Clara County. The project will bring over two hundred homes, including student-focused amenities. Nelly Ames is the property owner.
Preliminary plans will be reviewed today for a five-story apartment infill at 1218 Monte Diablo Avenue in San Mateo, San Mateo County. The project will bring new apartments and townhomes close to Highway 101 and near the Bay Trail. SC Properties is the applicant.
California Forever has made its first substantial step toward building a new city on agricultural land in Solano County. Earlier this week, YIMBY spoke with California Forever’s Head of Planning, Gabriel Metcalf, to discuss the facts of their proposal and the Ballot Initiative. The company, a real estate firm established in Silicon Valley in 2017 with financing from several billionaires, hopes to convince the county voters to create a new city with up to 400,000 residents.
Pre-application permits have been filed for a new eight-story apartment infill at 2442 Haste Street in Southside, Berkeley. The proposal will replace a three-story Victorian home with three dozen homes across from People’s Park and three blocks from the UC Berkeley campus. Studio KDA is responsible for the application on behalf of a San Ramon-based LLC.