Alteration permits have been filed for demolition of a single-unit residential building and construction of a new two-story building with garage and basement at 478 27th Avenue Outer Richmond, San Francisco. The new structure will rise 30 feet covering approximately 8,400 square feet, yielding four senior apartments and one senior accessory dwelling unit. The residential building would consist of three two-bedroom units, one one-bedroom unit, and one studio unit for the accessory dwelling unit. Khatchatour Mouradian Architects is managing the project design and concept.
One of the first stories covered by SFYIMBY was the announcement that IKEA’s parent company, Ingka Centres, purchased 945 Market Street in SoMa for over a quarter billion dollars. Now, the property owners has filed a request for a project review meeting with the City of San Francisco. The application reveals new detail on the most significant real estate development in the Bay Area expected for 2021.
New renderings are out for 2015 Blake Street after the development team resubmitted plans for the multi-structure residential project on Downtown Berkeley’s edge. The seven-story and three-story buildings yield 168 units with parking and open space on-site. Laconia Development LLC is responsible for the project.
Construction permits have been submitted for a new residential development on 3701 E Commerce Way, Sacramento. This is a part of a larger project at 3701 and 3811 E Commerce Way and will be executed in two phases. The entire project includes seven four-story residential buildings and 360 parking spaces, including covered, uncovered, and individual garage spaces. AG Spanos Companies is the developer, and Kephart is the architect managing the project.
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.