Residential plans will be up for approval today for 130 Market Place in San Ramon, Contra Costa County. The plans have been significantly reduced due to public pressure, adding just 44 residences instead of the initial 284-unit proposal. KTGY Architects is responsible for the design.
Spear Street Capital has announced the official topping out of 300 Kansas Street in San Francisco. The unique six-story purpose-built workspace straddles the Design District and Potrero Hill neighborhoods, offering a zero-carbon R&D and advanced manufacturing facility for prospective tenants, with commanding views of San Francisco’s central business district. Webcor, the general contractor, is expected to finish the project this Summer.
Construction has started for the new eight-story affordable housing project by Mercy Housing at 600 7th Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The development, named 7th and Brannan, will add 221 new apartments near the Caltrain San Francisco Station railyard and T Third Street lightrail extension connecting SoMa to Union Square and Chinatown. Over half of the apartments will be designated for formerly homeless adults and families.
Demolition permits have been filed for the existing three portable buildings at the inner lot of 333 Dolores Street in Mission Dolores, San Francisco. The permits come ahead of plans for a permanent facility within the Children’s Day School campus. Jensen Architects is responsible for the design.
Construction is expected to start early next month for 2016-2030 Nest Walk in Sacramento’s Newton Booth neighborhood. The Villas will create eight new townhomes on a vacant parcel of land. Tarik Taeha of Pearl Seven Inc. is the project developer.