The Draft Environmental Impact Report is under review that would increase the housing stock of the unincorporated community of San Quentin fivefold. Education Housing Partners and Eden Housing have proposed Oak Hill Apartments, an entirely affordable complex with 250 new apartments across two structures on the hilly 8.3-acre property. The proposal, located around 101 Sir Francis Drive Boulevard, is the largest affordable project in Marin County in roughly 50 years.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
The Planning Commission meeting is scheduled for tonight to review plans for the townhome infill at 1133-1169 Magnolia Avenue in Larkspur, Marin County. Magnolia Village will create twenty new homes, including some affordable housing, and a new home for Rustic Bakery. Edge Development Group is the project developer.
Construction is starting to go vertical for the five-story affordable housing project at 1666 7th Street in West Oakland, Alameda County. The development, dubbed 7th and Campbell, is now one level closer to having 79 apartments with community space above a new restaurant and grocery store. Oakland & the World Enterprises is the project sponsor, led by the former Black Panther Party chairwoman Elaine Brown.
A pre-application has been filed to replace a single-story auto body shop with eight stories of housing and retail at 2037 Durant Avenue, three blocks from the Downtown Berkeley BART Station, Alameda County. The filing would create 74 new apartments, including some affordable housing. Studio KDA is responsible for the application.
The Burlingame Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans for a six-unit apartment infill at 1213 Capuchino Avenue by Broadway in Burlingame, San Mateo County. The four-story proposal would replace a single-unit residence by the retail-rich street.