Permits have been approved for the permanent supportive affordable housing proposal for 7994 MacArthur Boulevard in Eastmont, Oakland. The project will replace a single-story commercial structure with 40 new homes and parking in a five-story structure.
Dewey Land Company has proposed a new three-story laboratory for 700 Indiana Street in Dogpatch, San Francisco. The plans are to create a new home for MBC BioLabs, a coworking company that specializes in labs across the Bay Area, including a location at 953 Indiana Street. The project would help serve the region’s prominent life sciences industry.
A new office project has been approved for construction at 777 Airport Boulevard in Burlingame, San Mateo County. The project proposal includes the development of a 13 story office tower. Demolition will be required for the existing five-story Red Roof PLUS hotel and the attached Leann’s cafe. San Francisco-based real estate firm Lincoln Property Company is the project developer. The project is designed by Gensler. Petersen Studio is the landscape architect.
For the last twelve days of the year, SF YIMBY will look back on each month to reflect on the biggest stories we covered. In the last month, groundbreaking was reported for 555 Bryant Street, and SHVO held the official ceremony to start renovations on San Francisco’s most iconic landmark, the Transamerica Pyramid. The City of San Jose approved eye-catching Nabr plans, along with two other residential projects. Lastly, NX Venture revealed plans for 1998 Shhatuck Avenue as the tallest tower in Berkeley.
Development permits have been filed seeking the approval of a residential project proposed at 200 N Street in Sacramento. The project proposal includes the construction of two three-story buildings offering residential spaces.