The Berkeley Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans today for the potential development of a collection of properties spanning 8.2-acre property in Northwest Berkeley, Alameda County. The preliminary plans suggest the construction of nearly a million square feet serving the region’s growing appetite for life sciences. Perkins&Will is responsible for the masterplan design.
The Oakland Planning Commission is scheduled to review the two project plans for 1431 Franklin Street in Downtown Oakland, Alameda County. The property, less than half an acre, could produce nearly half a million square feet of office space or 381 new homes. For now, Tidewater Capital is pursuing entitlements for both versions, each with a different design.
The Santa Clara Development Review Hearing is scheduled to review plans for low-density affordable housing at 3575 De La Cruz Boulevard in Santa Clara, Santa Clara County. The proposal would add 15 new condominium units with on-site parking and a rear lot. Habitat for Humanity is the project sponsor.
Building permits have been filed seeking the approval of a residential project proposed for development at 1103 D Street in Alkali Flat, Sacramento. The project proposal includes the construction of a new three-story apartment building offering units for multi-family housing. Plans call for the demolition of two existing duplexes on the site.
New renderings have been published along with permit progress for construction at 3150 California Street for San Francisco University High School. The illustrations show what will be the fifth addition to the private college-prep institution’s campus in Pacific Heights, a three-story structure centered with a central gym, science classrooms, and outdoor space. Monitoring Conditions and Mitigation Measures for construction have been published.