Construction work is moving ahead for the five-story housing project at 427 Auzerais Avenue by Downtown San Jose. Crews have finished the foundation and concrete podium, with four floors remaining above. The project will offer affordable and permanent supportive residences developed by Eden Housing.
Longfellow Real Estate Partners has submitted the project application for an expansive 84-acre office park modernization project in Redwood City, San Mateo County. The project, named Redwood LIFE: Evolve, will reshape the 1990s-era complex with taller office buildings, minimal surface parking, and a heavy emphasis on landscaping and community amenities. HOK is responsible for the design.
Construction work has started for the six-story corner lot at 999 Third Street in San Rafael, Marin County. The project will provide 67 affordable homes for senior residents as part of Vivalon’s Healthy Aging Campus. The development is a joint venture with Vivalon and EDEN Housing.
Development permits have been filed for a five-story affordable housing building at 1003 East 15th Street in Merritt, Oakland. The project, to be called Dr. Kenneth Anderson Senior Living, will build on the surface parking lot of Williams Chapel Baptist Church with 68 affordable homes and replacement parking for the church. Eden Housing is the project sponsor.
Development plans are moving forward for Sequoia Station, a six-structure mixed-use proposal to reshape the downtown of San Mateo County’s third-largest city. The Los Angeles-based private real estate company, Lowe, has spent $73 million acquiring the second half of the block around 1057 El Camino Real in Redwood City. The firm looks to construct three million square feet of housing and offices, parking, and public open space.