Crews have finished the concrete foundation pour at 1510 Webster Street in Downtown Oakland for the future 19-story mass timber tower. The project has been designed and developed by Oakland-based oWOW and will eventually become the tallest mass timber building on the West Coast and the second tallest in the country. Once complete, the development will create 222 new homes above commercial and retail space.
A new proposal for a tiny home village has been filed for 1979 Mission Street in the Mission District of San Francisco. The plans would install as many as 70 prefabricated units and related amenities on the 1.32-acre property. The city’s Department of Homelessness & Supportive Housing is responsible for the application. Reached for comment, city staff shared with YIMBY, “The proposal does not include demolition of the existing buildings.”
Development permits have been filed seeking the approval of a residential project proposed for development at 1909 Quesada Avenue in Silver Terrace, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the construction of a five-story duplex featuring…
Gladstone has announced plans for a new expansion of their current location at 1650 Owens Street in Mission Bay, San Francisco. The nonprofit life sciences research organization has plans to increase its floorplan capacity by over a third, creating new laboratories and room for around two hundred new employees. Construction is expected to begin late next year.
The Design Review Committee is scheduled to review plans for the six-story residential development at 3031 Telegraph Avenue in Elmwood, Berkeley. The project will create 127 new apartments, including nine very low-income apartments, by a Whole Foods grocery store just over half a mile from the Ashby BART Station. Grubb Properties is the project sponsor.