Construction is underway for 1175 Aster Avenue, a transit-oriented apartment complex in Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County. The 412-unit building is within walking distance of Caltrain’s Lawrence Station, connecting riders from San Francisco through San Jose, as far south as Gilroy. Olympic Residential Group is responsible for the master plan, with design by Studio T Square.
A new residential project is proposed to be developed at 1827 Broadway in Sacramento. The project proposal includes the development of a four story apartment building offering spaces for retail and residential use. Plans call for the demolition of an exisiting building on the site. A separate demoltion permit will be filed to clear up the site. Trondheim Properties is the project developer.
Updated renderings have been revealed with detailed plans for the Monarch Bay Shoreline Development project, poised to reshape 75 acres of the San Leandro waterfront. The plans would reshape a swath of surface parking and a portion of an existing golf course into 491 residential units, a 210-room hotel, and shops between Marina Park and the Oakland International Airport in Alameda County. The project is a public-private partnership with the City of San Leandro and Cal Coast Companies.
A new residential community has been propsoed at 105 Panhandle in Sacramento. The project proposal includes the development of a mixed income residential community offering 1,662 single-family residential units, recreational areas, open space, and an elementary school. Moonfide LLC is the project owner. Kevin L Crook Architect Inc is responsible for the planning and architecture. MLC Holdings, located in San Ramon, is the project applicant.
The Sacramento Planning Department has received an application for Northpointe Reserve, a proposed 48-unit suburban development in North Natomas, Sacramento. The project would reshape 2.7 acres of vacant land with added density at the corner of Bridgecross Drive and Honor Parkway. Next Generation Capital is the project applicant.
With 17 units per acre, the project will be an improvement over suburban sprawls’ usual density of four to five units per acre.