Permits have been filed to demolish an existing structure and construction of a new home at 3775 La Donna Way in Barron Park, Palo Alto. The city is mostly single-family housing with large yards and famous anti-density representation. Transit access in the immediate area is limited, although a commute into San Francisco is available via Caltrain through a park and ride station.
A 19-story mixed-use proposal for 1510 Webster Street is heading to Oakland’s Design Review Committee next Wednesday. If approved, the project will add 182 units to a lot currently occupied by a low-slung commercial structure and surface parking in Downtown Oakland. The project is being designed and developed by oWOW through 1510 Webster LLC.
Permits have been filed for a new gymnasium for the Lycee Francais de San Francisco school at 735 Ashbury Street in Haight-Ashbury, San Francisco. The location is between Waller Street and Frederick Street. The MUNI light rail station at Carle Street and Cole Street is approximately four blocks away.
Permits have been filed to expand residential space at 129 Green Street in Jackson Square, San Francisco. The lot sits between Sansome Street and Battery Street. It is within walking distance of downtown San Francisco and the Muni Metro light rail station at Embarcadero and Greenwich Street. Neighborhood highlights include the Coit Tower just five blocks away, and the Exploratorium at Pier 15, three blocks east.
Construction has reached the halfway point at 2016 Telegraph Avenue, an 18-story mixed-use tower in Uptown, Oakland. The building will soon top out at over 180 feet above the street, bringing 230 new apartments to the fast-changing neighborhood. Lane Partners is responsible for the development.