New renderings have been revealed for Blocks C, D, E, and F of the Balboa Reservoir development plan around 11 Frida Kahlo Way in San Francisco. The project will rise across from the City College of San Francisco campus, replacing 17 acres of surface parking and open land with over a thousand mixed-income apartments, retail, and childcare facilities. Balboa Reservoir is a joint venture between BRIDGE Housing and AvalonBay Communities.
Demolition permits have been filed for twelve buildings along Sunnydale Avenue as part of Blocks One through Four in the Sunnydale HOPE SF redevelopment plan. The Sunnydale community was originally built during World War Two but has since become one of San Francisco’s most acutely neglected public housing neighborhoods. Mercy Housing and Related California are jointly responsible for the redevelopment that will offer replacement housing on top of nearly 1,000 new apartments.
Permits have been filed seeking the approval of a community center at 1500 Sunnydale Avenue in Sunnydale, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the construction of a double-story building offering recreational and childcare services. San Francisco Planning Commission conducted the design review last year, and now the project moves ahead. The city’s Park Department is developing the project in concert with Mercy Housing and Related California. Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects is managing the design concepts and construction.
The Oakland Planning Commission has approved the 98th and San Leandro development proposal for a mixed-use district in Elmhurst Park, East Oakland. Located around 921 98th Avenue, construction would add over four hundred new dwelling units to the city’s housing market. Madison Park is the developer for the project.
New illustrations have been revealed for BART’s proposed redevelopment of El Cerrito Plaza in El Cerrito, Contra Costa County. The images were released ahead of the El Cerrito city council meeting tonight at 7 PM. The transit-oriented project would create 750-800 new apartments ranging from market rate to low-income housing. Holliday Development, Related California, and SAHA are responsible for the development.