The preliminary project assessment application has been filed for a new multi-family residential development at 1526 Powell Street, in the eastern corner of Russian Hill, San Francisco. The project will rise six floors from the John J. DeLucchi Sheet Metal Works building, preserving the facade and adding twenty apartments to the San Francisco housing market. JS Sullivan Development is responsible for the project.
New building permits have been filed for the three-story mixed-use building at 2513 Irving Street in the Sunset District of San Francisco. The four-story proposal will replace surface parking with eight new apartments. LPAS Architecture + Design is responsible for managing the design and development.
Permits have been filed seeking the approval of a multi-family townhome community located at multiple parcels in Natomas, Sacramento. The project proposal includes the development of ten townhomes located at 3050, 3056, and 3068 Seaspray Walk, 3081, 3075, 3069, 3063, 3063, 3057, and 3051 High Meadow Walk. Beazer Homes LLC is the project developer. Jeffrey DeMure & Associates (JDA Architects) is responsible for the design concepts.
Recent permit activity has renewed focus on Empire Lumber’s mixed-use project for 1260 East Santa Clara Street in Five Wounds, San Jose. The proposal is to create a commercial area capped by over three hundred apartments, near the future 28th Street Little Portugal BART Station. Pacific States Industries Development is responsible for the proposal as project client.
Permits have been filed to construct new three-story housing on the rear of 1514 E Street along Eggplant Alley in Downtown Sacramento. The project would add two new townhome-style houses to the lively Mansion Flats neighborhood. Hausman Architecture is responsible for the design.