A joint community and environmental public scoping meeting has been scheduled for tomorrow to review the plans for the Icon-Echo Towers, a mixed-use proposal for Downtown San Jose. The development, by Urban Catalyst, is expected to create two towers connected by a four-story podium, adding over half a million square feet of commercial space and over four hundred new apartments.
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The development team has requested a conditional use authorization for a multi-family apartment development at 733 Treat Avenue in San Francisco’s Mission District neighborhood. The proposal would replace a two-story commercial building with an unauthorized residence with seven new dwelling units. Vanguard Properties is responsible for the application as the property owner.
Updated renderings have been shared ahead of the final design review follow-up for 1951 Shattuck Avenue, a 12-story mixed-use proposal for Downtown Berkeley. The Alameda County project would create 163 new rental units to the city in desperate need of high-density housing. Grosvenor America is responsible for the development as the property owner.
The Prado Group has requested a project review meeting for a three-story residential proposal at 2055 Chestnut Street in San Francisco’s Marina District. The development would replace a bank and surface parking with 49 rental apartments and new retail space for the busy high-end neighborhood. Jensen Architects is managing the design.
A year after SFYIMBY first covered San Francisco’s only new office tower to be delivered in 2021, construction work is wrapping up at 5M on 415 Natoma Street and 434 Minna Street in SoMa. Located by the 5th and Mission Street intersection, Brookfield is readying the new office tower and residential tower, expanding the high-rise plateau southwest of the Yerba Buena Gardens and Moscone Center. Brookfield and Hearst are jointly responsible for the billion-dollar project.