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.
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.
The updated designs have been approved for a new office and R&D development proposed at 800 Dubuque Avenue in South San Francisco, San Mateo County. The project proposal includes the construction of three new office and Research and Development (R&D) buildings, offering spaces for parking and events. Plans also call for the demolition of all existing buildings and site improvements. IQHQ is the project developer. BKF is consulting on civil engineering, and Magnusson Klemencic Associates will consult on structural engineering. Perkins+Will is the project architect. Surfacedesign Inc will oversee the landscape architecture.
New renderings have been published for the 12-story office proposal at 490 Brannan Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The project will replace a vacant commercial structure with offices directly across from the new light rail station and two blocks from Caltrain’s San Francisco Station. Trammell Crow Company is the developer after purchasing the site from Strada last year for $54 million.
New details will be reviewed tomorrow for the $1.3 billion development at 800 Dubuque Avenue in South San Francisco, San Mateo County. The South City Planning Commission will review the updated design for the Office and R&D project bound between Caltrain tracks and U.S. 101. IQHQ, the same trust behind the nearby 580 Dubuque Avenue, is the project developer.