Excavation work is progressing, with portions of the concrete foundation visible at 2001 Ashby Avenue in South Berkeley, Alameda County. The project, named Maudelle Miller Shirek, will produce 87 affordable units, including twelve for formerly unhoused people, located directly across from the Ashby BART Station. Move-ins are expected by 2024.
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Development permits have been approved for a six-story affordable housing proposal at 3751 International Boulevard in Fruitvale, Oakland. The decision comes just eight months after the pre-application was submitted. Oakbrook Partners is the project developer.
New building permits have been filed for the construction of a seven-story senior housing project at 1001 Franklin Street on Cathedral Hill, San Francisco. The project will create new senior affordable housing connected with the block’s existing three buildings on St. Mark’s Square. The John Stewart Company is the project application on behalf of the property owner, Martin Luther Towner Inc.
Crews have topped out the senior housing block and the townhomes for the multi-structure Santa Clara Agrihood project. The project has reshaped the vacant lot by the border of Santa Clara and San Jose, with plans to open up 361 new homes, retail, and urban farmland by next year. Core Companies, a real estate and construction firm, is responsible for the development.
Preliminary plans have been filed, showing a draft design for new affordable housing for seniors at 1001 Franklin Street on Cathedral Hill, San Francisco. The new project, dubbed Ella Rohlffs Place, will replace surface parking with 94 new homes. The John Stewart Company is sponsoring the development for the property owner, Martin Luther Towner Inc.