Preliminary permits have been submitted seeking the reviewal of two affordable housing buildings at 2315 Canoas Garden Avenue in South San Jose. The project proposal includes 100% affordable housing buildings, one for seniors and one for families. The residences that are being planned will be a few blocks from the Curtner light rail station.
A recent Phase planning application has been filed verifying the composition of phase one in a 17-acre residential project on land controlled by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission at Balboa Reservoir around 11 Frida Khala Way, San Francisco. Phase one will replace surface parking with an expected 628 new residential units divided between six horizontal and vertical blocks, ranging from townhouses to condos and market-rate to affordable housing. Balboa Reservoir is a joint venture between BRIDGE Housing and AvalonBay Communities.
Development plans are moving forward for a six-story mixed-use building at 961-971 Meridian Avenue in the Willow Glen portion of San Jose, southwest of the city center. The proposal calls for an entirely affordable housing project with 233 residential units in a growing residential neighborhood. ROEM Development Corporation is the project developer and sponsor.
A preliminary project assessment application has been submitted seeking the approval of a new commercial structure at 250 De Haro in Design District, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the demolition of the existing one-story gym and office building and the construction of a laboratory.
San Francisco-based property developer, Arlon Properties, filed the application.
Newly filed planning permits online show that plans for a seven-story development at 1208 Q Street are ready for building. DR filing permits submitted in late 2020 have been approved. The proposal will add 51 new units to Downtown Sacramento’s housing market, less than ten minutes away from the State Capitol Building. Urban Development + Partners is the property owner and developer.