Entitlements are under review for a proposed mixed-use at 660 University Avenue in Palo Alto. The project proposal includes the development of a planned community to combine three parcels into one to construct a new four-story mixed-use building offering residential and office spaces. The site currently houses a two-story office building spanning an area of 9,216 square feet which will be demolished. Smith Development is the project developer. KSH Architects is responsible for the design concepts. The Guzzardo Partnership Inc is the landscape architect.
Construction has started for 220 Park Avenue, a substantial addition to downtown Burlingame in San Mateo County. The development will add new six-story office space and retail next to the planned Town Square project on the former parking lot E. The joint venture of Sares Regis Group and Dostart Development Company is developing for the project.
New planning permits have been filed for a mixed-use building at 123 Sherman Avenue in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The development will produce 76 units wrapped around a three-story office structure. Mountain View-based WSJ Properties is responsible for the property.