New photographs show that portions of the now-closed Santa Clara Golf and Tennis Club have been demolished as part of the Related Santa Clara masterplan. Related Santa Clara is an $8 billion proposal to dramatically redevelop the former golf course with new offices, housing, shops, hotels, a 30-acre public park, and more. Related Companies and the City of Santa Clara as part of a joint venture, with Foster + Partners as the design architect.
New project permits have been filed for plans to build a 12-story residential infill at 25 Mason Street in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood. The project would add 155 units a block away from the Powell Street BART Station along Market Street, replacing a vacant parcel. American Pacific International Capital is responsible for the proposal.
San Jose’s Planning Commission is scheduled to review updated plans this Wednesday, the 24th, for the proposed office building at 282 South Market Street in Downtown San Jose. The city staff recommends the approval of two resolutions and the commission to file a Notice of Determination for CEQA. The Mountain View-based Sobrato Organization is responsible for the development.
The fifty-first tallest structure in the Bay Area is Infinity 1 at 338 Spear Street, SoMa, San Francisco. The 423-foot tall tower opened in 2008 as one of the distinguishing symbols for the development south of Market Street, especially given its prominent position beside the Bay Bridge. Its undulating dark cyan curtain-wall facade reflects modernist architecture’s evolution in the new millennium, facing pressure to reject traditional ornamentation and the boxed rigidity of the 20th-century modernist design. Tishman Speyer was the developer for the construction and remained as the property owner.
Alteration permits have been filed to expand the room count for the topped-out SOMA Mission Bay Hotel at 100 Channel Street, SoMa, San Francisco. The alteration comes thanks to the Mission Bay South Redevelopment Plan’s “Hotel Project.” This building is part of a multi-structure development including One Mission Bay and brings retail, 350 residential units, and 250 guest rooms to a less developed neighborhood corner. The recently filed permits increase the hospitality offering to 299 units. SOMA Hotel LLC is responsible for the development.