Construction is wrapping up for Berkeley’s largest 100% affordable housing project at 2012 Berkeley Way. The project, dubbed Berkeley Way, will add a mix of affordable housing, permanent supportive housing, and a new 44-bed shelter. BRIDGE Housing and the Berkeley Food & Housing Project are jointly responsible for the development.
A preliminary review has been filed seeking the review of a mixed-use proposed at 1737 North First Street in San Jose. The project proposal includes the development of a 12-story mixed-use building offering residential spaces and office spaces in two towers alongwith onsite parking. Pacific Resources First American LLC is the project developer.
Demolition permits have been filed for the existing single-story commercial structure at 1567 California Street in Polk Gulch, San Francisco. The property is expected to be replaced by a nine-story mixed-use infill with housing and new retail space along the street. David Baker Architects will design the new building.
Significant progress has been made on Modera Berkeley since YIMBY visited in March of last year. Facade installation on all four structures has finished in Downtown Berkeley, with the MacFarlane Building now open with its first retail tenant, Citibank, while leasing has been underway since early 2021. Florida-based Mill Creek is responsible for the 205-unit development.
Development permits have been filed seeking the approval of a new residential project proposed at 424 Texas Street in Potrero Hill, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the construction of a new single-family home with a one-bedroom accessory dwelling unit (ADU). Plans call for the demolition of the existing single-family home on the site. BACH Architecture is responsible for the design concepts.