Plans for a new tower have been revealed for Downtown Oakland. Ellis Partners has submitted a preliminary application to review plans for a 375-foot office building at 1919 Webster Street, located in the urban center of Oakland. If built, the proposal would replace an existing surface parking lot and a vacant six-story building.
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The City of Mountain View’s Environmental Planning Commission is scheduled for a public review of the Google North Bayshore Masterplan. The development is expected to redevelop 127 acres with thousands of housing units, offices, shops, and public parks. Google is responsible for the proposal, with Lendlease managing development.
Demolition work has started, removing the southern facade of the former Bank of California at 199 Park Avenue in Downtown San Jose. The move came just days after a Santa Clara County Superior Court judge denied an attempt by preservationists to block demolition at the beginning of the month. The court litigation has stalled demolition for roughly 13 months.
The South San Francisco Planning Commission unanimously voted in favor of a massive new residential development at 100 Produce Avenue and 124 Airport Boulevard. If approved by the city council, the project could build 480 new rental homes by the city center and Caltrain station. Hanover Company is responsible for the development.
Greystar is planning a massive three-structure residential development for 3905 Freedom Circle, Santa Clara. New documents published via CEQA show the development, dubbed Freedom Circle Residential, would create 1,075 new homes on top of 13.3…