Articles by Andrew Nelson

156 California Avenue tower view, rendering by Studio Current

REDCO Proposed Palo Alto’s Tallest Residential Tower

Preliminary plans have been filed for a mixed-use project with two new structures at 156 California Avenue in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The buildings will rise over a Caltrain Station, the tallest of which will be 17 floors. REDCO Development, the developer, aims to use Senate Bill 330 and the Builder’s Remedy for a streamlined approval process to create 382 apartments and a replacement for a Mollie Stone’s Market close to transit.

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Market Park aerial view, rendering by Kenneth Rodrigues & Partners

Housing Law Costs San Jose Thousands of Homes From Flea Market Proposal

The Builder’s Remedy was expected to boost housing construction across the state. However, it’s causing San Jose’s pipeline to shrink. The Bumb Family has withdrawn their 2021-proposed plan for the South District development, swapping the proposed offices and 3,450 units with a 940-unit alternative, representing a loss of 2,560 units. Since San Jose did not submit a compliant housing element, there is little for the city to do.

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655 4th Street, rendering by Solomon Cordwell Buenz and IwamotoScott

First New Renderings for 655 4th Street, San Francisco

Less than a month after elevations were shared, the San Francisco Planning Department has published two new realistic renderings for the two-towered complex at 655 4th Street, across from the San Francisco Caltrain Station in SoMa. The details illustrations provide a glimpse at the prospective 435-foot complex that would create over a thousand rental apartments. Tishman Speyer is the project developer.

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