The San Mateo Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans for a five-story mixed-use complex at 477 9th Avenue in San Mateo. The project is expected to create 120 apartments, offices, and parking close to the city center. The Martin Group is the project applicant and owner.
The City of Santa Clara has approved plans for a new flat-iron apartment complex to rise at 2655 The Alameda. The low-rise project will rise over the southern edge of the Santa Clara University campus. Kapital Partners is the project applicant.
A 100% affordable housing project has been approved and is making progress at 121 East 12th Street in Merritt, Oakland. The project proposal includes the development of a six-story building offering 91 residential units, retail, and parking spaces. Oakland-based East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation is the developer. PYATOK Architects is responsible for the designs. DCI Engineers is consulting on structural engineering, Sandis is the civil engineer, and Jett is the landscape architect.
Oakland has approved plans for a new five-story affordable infill at 430 Broadway in the city’s Jack London neighborhood. The proposal is the first of three phases by Related Companies and the East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation to redevelop the former county building and parking lot. This first structure will create 71 apartments above retail.
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.