New plans shared with YIMBY reveal that 1998 Shattuck Avenue has again become the tallest proposed tower for Downtown Berkeley, Alameda County. The 28-story project is now two floors higher, 40 feet taller, covers two additional parcels, and, most significantly, residential capacity has doubled to 599 apartments. NX Ventures is the project developer.
The Santa Clara Development Review board is scheduled to review plans for a five-story affordable housing project at 1601 Civic Center Drive later today. The project will replace a single-story office with 108 new homes. Charities Housing is responsible for the proposal.
A new multifamily residential project has been proposed for development at 675 Trade Zone Boulevard and 1951 Tarob Court in Milpitas. The project proposal includes the construction of 13 three-story townhomes and Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs). The project will demolish two industrial buildings and 55 ordinance-size trees on the site. Geomax is the property owner. Toll Brothers is the project developer. SDG Architects is responsible for the designs. R3 Studios Inc is the landscape architect.
The plan for a three-tower development in Downtown San Jose is up for public review at a Planning Director’s Hearing tomorrow, December 14th. The meeting comes after the publication of the initial study for the residential infill. The 474-unit project is a joint development with Nabr, a new direct-to-consumer housing startup, and the established local developers at Urban Community.
Holland Partner Group has secured a $168 million loan to construct 407 apartments in phase one of Gateway Crossing in Santa Clara, Santa Clara County. The loan comes after work started on the first building earlier this year. Once complete, the Gateway Crossing masterplan will create over a thousand and five hundred homes by Caltrain.