Development permits were filed seeking the approval of constructing new single-family homes at 666 Hamilton Street in Portola, San Francisco. The project proposal includes demolishing the existing abandoned single family residence and constructing three new residences with three ADUs. The scope of the project also includes subduing the existing lot into three lots and removal of all trees including one tree within ten feet of the front property line.
Facade installation is nearly complete for a new seven-story mixed-use office building at 345 4th Street in SoMa, San Francisco. A recent site-visit by SFYIMBY shows that the curtain wall installation has reached the sixth floor, is fully installed along 4th Street, and nearly finishing along Tandang Sora Street. Stanton Architecture is responsible for the design and is listed as the property owners operating through 4th & Harrison SF, LLC.
Development permits have been approved for new housing project at 3483 and 3491 Golden Gate Way in Lafayette, Contra Costa County. The project proposes to demolish the existing apartment building spanning over 27,040 square feet and constructing a new four-story residential building with a subterranean parking garage, a public plaza, and a park. The construction will span across two parcels on the corner of First Street and Golden Gate Way.
Development permits were submitted seeking the approval of a new four-story building at 2011 Filbert Street in Cow Hollow, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the construction of a building with two residential units with garage.
Filbert Partners LLC is the property owner and DMARCstudio is managing the design concepts and construction of the project.
The City of San Jose has published a 267-page addendum to the Final Environmental Impact Report of the Diridon Station Area Plan, showing an increase in allowed office space and hotel rooms in downtown San Jose. The Diridon Station Area Plan, or DSAP, is a purposeful rezoning of 262 acres adopted by San Jose in 2014 to build closer to public transit. The plan aims to extend the city’s Central Business District to reach the train station in response to 2008’s successful Proposition 1A to start the High-Speed Rail project from southern to northern California, including the anticipated link with Diridon Station.