Permits have been filed for the first phase of alterations on the new BART headquarters at 2150 Webster Street, Downtown Oakland. The move will keep the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) agency located in the city center while saving an estimated fifth of a billion dollars on rent over a twenty-five year period. The move is estimated to cost $227 million.
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New building permits have been filed for a 140-unit affordable housing project at 1345 Willow Street in Menlo Park, San Mateo County. The development will replace an existing site of 82 units. California-based MidPen Housing is responsible for the development.
While there are many skyscrapers in the planning pipeline for Downtown San Jose, one of these buildings is making a quick ascent. The Adobe North Tower at 333 West San Fernando Street is on pace to top out by the early half of 2021, with the reinforced concrete currently eight floors high and ten remainings. Adobe is the owner of the development, with Gensler in charge of the design.
New planning permits have been filed for the construction of multiple buildings at the NUVO Artisan Square development, located at 5301 East Commerce Way in North Natomas, Sacramento. According to city planning documents, the project is expected to bring 314 residential units and a shared amenities clubhouse to the suburban area north of the city center. Watt Communities is responsible for the property as the developer and owner.
Demolition permits have been filed to make way for a four-story residential building at 1208 Q Street in Downtown Sacramento. The proposal will bring 51 new units to the city center seven minutes from the State Capitol building. Urban Development + Partners is the owner of the property.