New permits have been approved for a ten-unit residential infill at 1031 62nd Street in North Oakland, Alameda County. The proposal will replace the backyard garage and garden with an eight-unit building and expand the existing structure into four units. Nathanial Klein is responsible for the application and design.
Permitting progress has been documented for a six-story residential infill at 2955 Mission Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. The proposal has increased slightly to produce 18 homes directly across from the now-demolished former historic laundromat at 2918 Mission and close to BART. Sternberg Benjamin Architects is responsible for the design.
Development permits have been approved, and new building permits are filed for a six-story affordable housing project at 2700 International Boulevard in Fruitvale, Oakland. The proposal will create 75 apartments along with retail and parking. Once built, it will become a neighborhood hub for the project sponsor, the Fruitvale-based Unity Council.
A new single-family residence has been proposed for construction at 175 Anderson Street in Bernal Heights, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the construction of a new two-story residence. The project calls for the demolition of the existing singles-story single-family home on the site. 444 Architects is responsible for the designs.
New plans have been revealed for a five-story residential infill at 3265 El Camino Real in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The proposal will build on a vacant parcel of land between an existing restaurant and a hotel. The local Half Dome Capital real estate investment firm is responsible for the development.