Today’s headline story is a project review of one of the more substantial urban developments in the Bay Area. KT Urban plans to build a 1.8 million square foot office building at 280 Woz Way in downtown San Jose, the heart of Silicon Valley. The project will bring two 297-foot conjoined towers, replacing a handful of single-family houses and extending the city’s burgeoning skyline further south.
Development permits have been filed for construction at 2400 Adeline Street in McClymonds, Oakland. The project proposal includes demolishing an existing commercial building and constructing a five-story residential building with twenty-nine condominiums. The new development will also have a parking garage with fifteen spaces on the ground floor and a rear detached one-story garage with fourteen parking spaces. KTGY Architects, Signature Development Group and Ripley Designs are managing the concept and design of this project.
Demolition permits have been filed to build a four-building complex at 825 6th Avenue in Merritt, Oakland. The four three-story buildings will produce a total of fifteen town-house units surrounding a landscaped courtyard. Riaz Capital is responsible for the development.
Construction is moving quickly on the 26-story tower at 30 Otis Street in SoMa, San Francisco. Since SFYIMBY’s update in late September, the concrete structure has topped out, and the curtain wall glass facade is just a handful of stories from the peak. Once complete, the project will produce 418 new residential units in the ‘The Hub,’ a rezoned district as part of the city’s master plan. Align Development is responsible for the design.
Permits have been filed to request reconsideration and modification of the condition of approval associated with previously-approved mixed-use development on 2011-2195 Wood Street in West Oakland. The approved residential and commercial development involved 235 residential units and 13,165 square feet of commercial spaces in two phases.