Plans have been filed for a five-story residential infill at 800 San Antonio Road by the Bayshore Freeway in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The project will replace three single-story structures with 75 market-rate homes. Saratoga-based TimeSpace Group is responsible for the development.
A preliminary application has been filed seekinf approvals for modifications at 2015 Blake Street in Downtown Berkeley. The project proposal includes the addition of residential units to the existing units and increasing the building height to eight floors. Plans call for the demolition of the existing commercial buildings and one duplex on the site. Rhoades Planning Group is the project applicant. Richard Nagler Properties LLC is the property owner. Lowney Architecture is responsible for the design concepts.
A pre-application has been filed for a seven-story mixed-use development at 1931-1941 San Pablo Avenue in Northwest Berkeley. The application would reshape a 1.35-acre lot, including the former Rivoli Theatre building, with 323 apartments. Lowney Architecture is managing the design.
Increased plans have been filed for a twelve-story affordable housing development at 2700 Sloat Boulevard in San Francisco’s Parkside neighborhood. Project applications filed under Home-SF request approval for a 400-condominium structure, up from 288 units. Korb + Associates Architects is responsible for the design.
A proposal will be heard by the City of South San Francisco for the replacement Safeway grocery store at 180 El Camino Real in South San Francisco in San Mateo County. Tomorrow’s meeting will occur over half a decade after the multi-tenant 180 El Camino strip mall was closed in preparation for a transit-oriented mixed-use development that hasn’t materialized. Now, the property has been purchased by SteelWave, and plans are moving ahead.