Preliminary plans have been submitted for an eight-story residential project at 2100 Milvia Street in Downtown Berkeley, Alameda County. The infill would replace the roughly 0.8-acre property with 201 homes. San Francisco-based 4Terra Investments is the project sponsor.
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Images from a YIMBY reader show most of the first building’s steel framework has been erected at Southline, a massive life sciences development in South San Francisco, San Mateo County. The new purpose-built laboratory is the first of eleven structures that will occupy the 28.5-acre master plan. The first phase of construction has seen Beacon Capital Partners join Lane Partners and Goldman Sachs in the ownership group.
Revised plans are scheduled for discussion during tonight’s Berkeley Design Review Committee tonight about 3030 Telegraph Avenue in South Berkeley, Alameda County. The committee will see new designs published for the five-story residential mid-rise with 144 apartments and a small corner retail spot. Riaz Capital is responsible for the application.
Plans are underway for a five-story residential infill at 6115 Potrero Avenue in El Cerrito, Contra Costa County. The development will replace a single-story commercial structure on a narrow parcel with 63 homes above retail, with groundbreaking expected as early as this year. Potrero Partners LLC, led by Coldwell Banker realtor Kim Marienthal, is listed as the project sponsor.
Updated plans will be reviewed tomorrow for 123 Sherman Avenue in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The three-story office infill will reshape the transit-adjacent property with new employment space and two floors of parking. Smith Development is the project sponsor.