New plans have been presented to the SF Port to redevelop Piers 30 and 32 along the Embarcadero. The updated proposal reduces the space with a new focus on retail and recreation, including a market hall, kayak launch, and a more prominent floating pool barge. Strada Investment Group and Trammell Crow are responsible for the development.
Details plans have been published alongside final approval for a new theater at 1800 24th Street in Poverty Ridge, Sacramento. The project, at the corner of 24th and R Street, will replace a warehouse with a two-story venue in the affluent neighborhood. SKK Developments is the project owner.
Brookfield Properties has released new renderings for the $2 billion master plan to redevelop the surface parking of the Stonestown Galleria mall on the west side of San Francisco. The new illustrations compare current conditions at the mall with the proposal. The development would transform the retail center into a vibrant town center and neighborhood destination with housing and open space.
Mountain View’s City Council has approved plans for Middlefield Park, a massive mixed-use development planned by Google Real Estate in the city’s East Whisman Precise Plan, Santa Clara County. With approval achieved, the project team expects to start construction by 2024. Google and Lendlease are jointly responsible for the development.
New renderings have been released for a residential project proposed at 428 15th Avenue in Inner Richmond, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of a four-story residential infill development. The project replaces a single-story single-unit building and surface parking with three new homes. Avenue Partners LLC is the project applicant. DMARCstudio is responsible for the design.