Permits have been filed for a new senior-housing project at 2800 Florin Road, in Meadowview, Sacramento. The six-building permit would add a total of 150 units to a currently vacant 4.5-acre lot fifteen minutes from the city center. The Christian Church Homes development team is leading the project. The CCH already run 2,390 units at thirty sites across three states. With this latest project, they will be creating a new residential enclave in a mostly suburban district, with the first one hundred units built for $36 million.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
Construction is moving forward at 200 Park Avenue, one of San Jose’s biggest new office developments. Excavation appears to have bottomed out less than a year after its 2019 ground-breaking. Once complete, it will stand as the tallest office building in the city, and extension of San Jose’s downtown core.
This week, the biggest little permits include over sixty additional dwelling units, a 30,000 square foot new medical facility in Alameda, new monuments in Sacramento, and even a treehouse in Palo Alto. At this pace, over three thousand ADU’s would be produced within a year. Along with ADU’s, nineteen new single-family houses were applied for and thirty-four Tesla power walls across the counties. Perhaps the most surprising was a two-story additional dwelling unit in Palo Alto with an estimated construction price of nearly $1.4 million. If ever there was a point where an ADU became just another single-family house, this might be a contender.
Permits have been filed for a new duplex with ADUs at 1317 D Street, located in Sacramento’s Mansion Flats neighborhood. The project will produce four residential units to the city, with three parking spots on site. The development will require splitting an existing lot, a “new cool roof,” and assigning a new address.
Permits have been filed for the new building for 201 Cortland Avenue in Bernal Heights, San Francisco. The corner-plot, overlooking Cortland and Elsie Street, includes dividing the lot and adding residential space. Kennerly Architecture and Planning are responsible for the project.