New renderings have been published for the proposed pedestrian bridge to cross Warm Water Cove in Dogpatch, San Francisco. The extension to the Bay Trail will connect a public park with the planned Potrero Power Station redevelopment, a project for which demolition has occurred, but construction has yet to start. Harrigan Weidenmuller Company is the project developer.
The City of Berkeley has approved the SB35 application for 3120 Shattuck Avenue in South Berkeley, Alameda County. This paves the way for the applicant to receive a streamlined ministerial review for the proposed eight-story permanently affordable housing proposal to be called Woolsey Gardens. NorCal Community Land Trust is responsible for the application.
New renderings have been shared for the L-shaped housing infill at 6115 Potrero Avenue in El Cerrito, Contra Costa County. The development would bring 63 new apartments close to BART. Studio KDA is the project architect.
Group I has submitted a second request for Conditional Use authorization to build housing at 770 Woolsey Street in Portola, San Francisco. The plan has been contentious as it will demolish most of the former University Mound Nursery, though a sizable portion of the site will be retained for permanent community use. Iwamotoscott Architecture is responsible for the design.
Plans for a new Life Science campus dubbed Gilman Gateway in Northwest Berkeley have been pushed closer to reality. Public records show that 16 parcels have been purchased for a total of $49 million, culminating in roughly ten acres. IQHQ and Spur Capital Partners have partnered as joint developers.