Holliday Development has filed a new building permit for the five-story residential development addressed 2121 Wood Street in West Oakland. The application comes after the developer filed for an extension in late-2020, and withdrew permits earlier this year. If built, the project will add 235 new apartments to the city.
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The City of Morgan Hill Planning Commission has voted to approve the Magnolias Affordable Housing project, bringing new affordable housing to the affluent small city in the southern reaches of Santa Clara County. The five-story project would create 66 new homes at 17965 Monterey Road, within walking distance of the town’s central retail hub and Caltrain station. First Community Housing is the project developer.
New building permits were filed earlier this month for the proposed Amazon Logistics center at 900 7th Street in Mission Bay, San Francisco. The application reveals the price tag for the three-story block-wide warehouse. The construction cost is estimated to be $125 million, while the total development costs could be much larger.
New illustrations have been revealed for new housing development and adaptive reuse of a 1912-built historic structure. Located at 2040 Webster Street in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights, the project will create 24 new homes with on-site amenities and open space. March Capital Management is responsible for the development as the property owner, acting through Gokovacandir LLC.
The fifth tallest building in the Bay Area planned or built in the SFYIMBY January 2021 Countdown is the Transbay Parcel F at 550 Howard Street in SoMa, San Francisco. Proposed by a joint venture with Hines, Urban Pacific, and Goldman Sachs Asset Management, the mixed-use tower will rise 806 feet above street level. Construction is scheduled to start in the first quarter of next year.