Preliminary permits have been filed for a six-story residential project at 1026 Cotton Street along the Oakland waterfront neighborhood of East Peralta. The project will replace a vacant restaurant and surface parking with 105 homes. Nabr, the same developer behind the high-profile three-towered residential project in San Jose designed by BIG, is responsible for the application.
New renderings have been published for the renovations of 3 Transamerica for the Transamerica Complex redevelopment by SHVO in San Francisco’s Financial District. The project will double the structure’s height and floor capacity, partially reskin the building with a futuristic design by Foster + Partners, and expand the famous Redwood Park. The $400 million master plan includes renovations of the lobby and interiors of the city’s landmark Transamerica Pyramid.
New renderings have been revealed for the eight-story mixed-use corner development at 401 South Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco’s Mission District. The project is expected to create around 153-bedroom suites as part of a group housing complex buoyed by the adjacent 1500 15th Street. Elsey Partners is responsible for both applications.
Updated plans have been revealed for seven-story affordable housing at 1921-1929 West San Carlos Street in San Jose, Santa Clara County. The project will replace five low-slung commercial structures with 94 homes and retail. LA-based Path Ventures is the project developer.
Plans will be reviewed for new townhome-style condominiums at 444 Old San Francisco Road in Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County. The city’s Planning Commission is scheduled to review the plans this coming Monday, which has been reduced from 19 rentals to eight condominiums. ZSD Architects is responsible for the design.