Preliminary plans have been filed for a new 12-story residential infill at 2530 Bancroft Way in Southside, Berkeley. The project will create over a hundred homes and retail directly across from the UC Berkeley campus. The Miottel Corporation, a trust connected to Berkeley-based W. John Miottel, is listed as the current property owner.
A new supportive housing residential project has been approved for construction at 9809 MacArthur Boulevard in Castlemont in Oakland. The project proposal includes the construction of a six-story residential building offering supportive housing units on a vacant property lot. Velma Mae Campbell Land Holdings LLC is the property owner. Banta Design is the architect for the project.
Acclaim Companies has filed an alternative application for what is now a builder’s remedy-assisted plan to develop 3150 El Camino Real in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The seven-story project, initially filed this June, aims to build 380 new homes on the 2.55-acre site. Communications with the city’s planning department show the developer is filing the second application in response to the department’s signal of disapproval for the increased housing.
Construction is underway for Aspen Wood, an entirely affordable senior housing project on the southern border of San Ramon, Contra Costa County. The project will create 123 new homes at 9000 Alcosta Boulevard, close to the Walmart-anchored Country Club Village shopping center. Standard Communities and Housing On Merit are jointly responsible for the development.
A new residential project has been proposed for development in North Avenue in Sacramento. The project proposal includes the construction of a new three-story residential building offering 12 apartments. The project site is a parcel spanning an area of 0.49 acres. The project will bring a new three-story building offering 12 apartments.