Plans have been filed for the affordable senior housing component of the Lake Merritt BART Development in Downtown Oakland. The plan for Block 1 Building B, at 51 9th Street, will create 97 new units, residential amenities, and a commercial kitchen. East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation is responsible for the application.
Plans to build new affordable housing are moving through the California Environmental Quality Act review process for 440-490 Arden Way in Old North Sacramento. The proposal has received the Notice of Exemption after an environmental review. The proposal, by BRIDGE Housing Corporation, will replace a vacated armory building with 124 new units of affordable units, including permanent supportive housing.
Development permits have been submitted seeking the approval of a mixed-use residential project at 434 Cortland Avenue in Bernal Heights, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of a three-story residence with basement, retail space, and onsite parking. Plans call for the demolition of an exisiting one-story commercial building. HC Design and Management is responsible for the design concepts.
The City of Burlingame’s Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans tonight for new laboratory development and public plaza at the intersection of Bayshore Highway and Malcolm Road, expanding the San Mateo County city’s life science projects. Helios Real Estate Partners and King Street Properties are collaborating with the project as joint developers.
New renderings and a preliminary project assessment for 2051 Market Street have been revealed, located on the northern edge of the Mission District in San Francisco. The seven-story residential infill will replace a two-story commercial building with commercial retail and 29 new apartments to be sold for ownership. The project will also apply for protection from Senate Bill 330.