Design review permits have been filed for a residential infill at 642 5th Street within the Sacramento Valley Station master plan in Downtown Sacramento. The proposed building will add 300 apartments to the 31-acre plan to create a mixed-use district next to the Amtrak Station. The address suggests the housing would replace a commercial office component on Lot 40.
Construction has topped out for the 19-story mass timber apartment structure at 1510 Webster Street in Downtown Oakland, Alameda County. The project, the tallest mass timber tower on the West Coast, will bring 236 new residences capped by a public rooftop deck. oWow, the project developer, hopes to welcome their first residents before the year’s end.
Construction has topped out with facade installation underway for the 16-story residential complex at 2359 Harrison Street in Northgate-Waverly, Oakland. The project has reshaped a 0.86-acre parcel with hundreds of homes, retail, and a landscaped public plaza. Holland Partner Group is the developer.
IKEA is opening its new store today in San Francisco. The famous Swedish store is launching its third Bay Area location, two decades after its East Palo Alto location, with a new approach for urban shoppers. The city model integrates delivery services for larger products, a deli, and future plans for the Hej!Workshop.
The City has approved plans for the 35-story residential tower at 395 3rd Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The high-rise project is expected to create 524 apartments from a surface parking lot at the corner of 3rd and Harrison Street, overlooking I-80. Strada Investment Group is the developer.