A new affordable residential project has been approved at 2330 Monroe Street in Santa Clara. The project proposal includes the development of a three-story building featuring residential units on a vacant property lot. Freebird Development Co. is the project applicant. HKIT Architects is responsible for the design of the project.
New renderings have been published for Lot X, a proposed mixed-use development with a residential skyscraper component at 201 N Street in downtown Sacramento. If built, the 32-story structure would be the tallest residential skyscraper in the State Capitol. Beyond housing, Lot X would create an open plaza overlooked by townhomes, a five-story office building, and a seven-story garage. Southern Land Company is responsible for the application.
Renderings have been published for the five-story proposal at 2131 16th Street, dubbed 16 & V in Richmond Grove, Sacramento. The proposal will replace a vacant lot with 60 new apartments and retail space at the edge of the downtown, along a vibrant commercial and residential corridor bridging the urban core with the city’s south suburbs. Ashria Holdings LLC is responsible for the application.
A new mixed-use project has been proposed at 980-1030 O’Brien Drive in Menlo Park. The project proposal includes the development of a new three-story building offering spaces for research and development uses along with commercial spaces. Plans call for the demolition of two single-story commercial buildings. R & M Properties is the project applicant.
Tomorrow, new plans will be reviewed for an eight-story residential project at 1766 El Camino Real, located by the Millbrae BART Station in Burlingame, San Mateo County. The project will rise above the El Camino highway, bringing 311 new apartments across from the Mills-Peninsula Medical Center, various shops, and a grocery store. Carmel Partners is responsible for the application.