The City of San Jose has submitted a request for funds from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development for a six-story affordable housing project near Downtown San Jose, Santa Clara County. The project will create 99 units that will either become permanent supportive housing or rapid rehousing units at 797 South Almaden Avenue. RCD Housing is the project developer.
New permits have been filed for a three-unit infill at 379 Naples Street in San Francisco’s Excelsior neighborhood. The application aims to use Senate Bill 9, in effect since the start of 2022, to split the lot and build three new units. SIA Consulting is responsible for the application and design.
Mission Rock Partners has announced the first round of retail tenants to move into the nearly-complete phase one of Mission Rock at San Francisco’s Mission Bay waterfront. The five San Francisco-based tenants include two restaurants, a bakery, an outdoor gym, and a barbershop. Doors are expected to start opening in early 2024.
Demolition permits have been filed for the existing structure at 2205 Mission Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. The project will replace the existing damaged building with 63 affordable for-sale apartments for teacher workforce housing. The project developer, Mission Economic Development Agency, expects to start demolition this October, with completion by 2025.
New permit activity has been filed for the 30-story apartment tower dubbed Orchard Residential in Downtown San Jose, Santa Clara County. The plan is part of the multi-tower redevelopment master plan for San Jose by the Canadian developer Westbank in partnership with the local real estate firm Urban Community.