New building permits have been filed for seven single-family houses along Firestar Way in North Natomas, a fast-growing neighborhood in Sacramento. The batch of housing permits will be a part of the Entrada II development, led by the Alameda County-based developer Signature Homes.
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New building permits have been filed for a mixed-use structure at 11880 Skyline Boulevard in Oakland’s Crestmont neighborhood. The plan will bring 20 new units to the plot and three thousand square feet of commercial retail. Parking for twenty vehicles will be included on-site. Maracor Development is responsible for the project.
Permits have been filed for 17 new buildings to be added to Northlake’s master-planned district in Natomas, Sacramento. One hundred ninety-one residential units will be produced, all to be sold as affordable housing for older…
The San Francisco Planning Department has circulated a notice to the public that the development for 550 Howard Street in SoMa, San Francisco, is heading to the Planning Commission on January 28th. The document provides updated building stats for the tower, including a 50-foot decrease in height since our last coverage. Regardless, at 750 feet, the Transbay Parcel F tower is the tallest active project in the Bay Area’s pipeline. Hines is responsible for the development.
New development permits have been filed to merge three parcels at 1313 Armstrong Avenue, 1300 Carroll Avenue, and 2200 Hawes Street in Bayview, San Francisco. The construction will produce roughly 293,100 square feet of space zoned for Production, Distribution, and Repair (PDR). Prologis is responsible for the development.