Construction is moving quickly for Mission Rock, the multi-tower waterfront development by Tishman Speyer across from Oracle Park in Mission Bay, San Francisco. The first hints of vertical work were reported in spring, and floors started to rise for the future Visa global headquarters at block G by early summer. Now, the office building has topped out, with foundation work preparing for the vertical rise of the remaining three buildings in phase one of Mission Rock.
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New development permits have been filed for a five-story residential project at 578 7th Street in the southwest corner of Downtown Oakland. Construction would rise between Clay and Jefferson Street, adding dozens of new market-rate and affordable apartments to the Oakland housing market. Riaz Capital is responsible for the application.
Madison Capital’s Representatives request the project review meeting for the firm’s proposed 2800 3rd Street development in Dogpatch, San Francisco. The project would produce six floors to capture the city’s growing demand for light manufacturing and laboratory spaces.
New development permits have been filed for residential expansion at 1440 23rd Street in Fruitvale, Oakland. The project would increase the dwelling unit capacity of the 5,000 square foot property from two to nine units. REO Homes is responsible for the application, with founder Neill Sullivan operating through Motor City OZ Holdings LLC.
New renderings and new building permits for the mixed-use development at 21st and Broadway in Curtis Park, Sacramento, have been revealed. The project will create nine structures for 26 apartments and a three-story commercial building at 2010 Broadway. Indie Capital LLC is responsible for the development.