Demolition permits have been requested for the vacant Sacramento Municipal Utility District site along 59th Street in East Sacramento. Following demolition and soil remediation, the nearly twenty-acre property is expected to be redeveloped with nearly nine hundred homes, an updated light-rail station, and public open space. BlackPine and SKK are jointly responsible for the development.
The California State Court of Appeal has rejected a request by the Preservation Action Council of San Jose that would have prevented the construction of a hotel at 8 North Almaden Boulevard in Downtown San Jose. The proposal aims to replace a vacant parking lot with a 19-story Moxy Hotel immediately next to the historic Hotel De Anza, the main source of the contention. KT Urban is the project developer.
Construction work is underway for Garden Gate Tower, a 23-story residential building in Downtown San Jose. The building is rising at 600 South First Street, located at the street’s intersection with East Reed Street and next to the I-280 Freeway. Scape, an international real estate firm with offices in Boston, is the project developer.
Commercial new building permits have been filed for a seven-story residential development at 1617 J Street in Midtown Sacramento. If approved, the project would add 198 new homes near the city’s heart, on top of roughly 40,000 square feet of commercial retail. SKK Development is the project applicant.
New Building permits have been filed for a residential infill at 1925 F Street in Boulevard Park, by Downtown Sacramento. The project will replace low-rise commercial buildings and surface parking with 50 new homes. Sacramento-based Cassadyne Properties and El Dorado-based Gavden Investments are responsible for the development.