New building permits have been filed for the 15-story affordable senior housing at 1939 Market Street in San Francisco. The filing by Paulett Taggart Architects estimates construction to cost around $157 million. While the plans remain preliminary, the application shows progress within the planning department.
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Mountain View’s City Council has approved plans for Middlefield Park, a massive mixed-use development planned by Google Real Estate in the city’s East Whisman Precise Plan, Santa Clara County. With approval achieved, the project team expects to start construction by 2024. Google and Lendlease are jointly responsible for the development.
New renderings have been revealed for a 15-story corner development at 1939 Market Street in Mint Hill, San Francisco. The project will create 100% affordable senior housing, with the team had shared that the expected tenants will be from the neighborhood’s LGBTQ community. Mercy Housing is responsible for the application.
The draft supplemental environmental impact report has been published for the Middlefield Park master plan, a dense mixed-use development with 1,900 new homes and offices planned in Mountain View, Santa Clara County. The document will be available for public comment from now until early June for review by the Mountain View Community Development Department. Google is responsible for the project as the property owner, with Lendlease as the developer and sponsor.
The Draft Environmental Impact Report has been published for the South Campus expansion of Head-Royce, a selective private K-12 school in Oakmore, Oakland. The proposal would expand the campus size, nestled in the Oakland Hills, from 14-acres to 22-acres and increase the educational capacity of the institution by over three hundred students. Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill is responsible for the master plan and architecture.