The UC Board of Regents has approved plans for UC Berkeley construct a $312 million mixed-housing project to replace the historically significant People’s Park in Southside, Berkeley. The L-shaped complex would take up less than half of the existing park to create housing for 1,113 university students and roughly a hundred units for extremely low income, unhoused, or formerly unhoused people. 1.7 acres of the 2.8-acre park would become landscaped open space.
Permits have been filed seeking the approval of a new housing project proposed at 620-628 15th Street in Sacramento. The project proposal includes the development of a five-story mixed-use building with residences and restaurant/retail space. Urban Capital LLC is the project applicant. Williams & Paddon Architects & Planners Is responsible for the design concepts and construction.
The San Ramon planning commission is scheduled to hear plans about demolishing the Golden Skate roller rink. The project would create 47 townhome units across 3.5 acres of land within the Crow Canyon Specific Plan. However, the application is significantly smaller than the 2017-era proposal for a 227-unit apartment building. Hassan Sharifi, the owner of Golden Skate, is responsible for the development through Windflower Fields LLC as the property owner.
New high-resolution renderings have been revealed for the proposed six-story office building at 300 South Mathilda Avenue in Sunnyvale. The project is part of the city-altering CityLine Sunnyvale development that is bringing housing, offices, retail, and a new public park to Santa Clara County’s second most populous city. The project is being led by STC Venture LLC, a joint venture with Hunter Properties and Sares Regis Group.
The San Francisco Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans for a mixed-use development at 425 Broadway, on the border of the Financial District and North Beach in San Francisco. The project would replace a large parking garage with 41 dwelling units, retail, and office space. San Jose-based Yeh’s Development is responsible for the project through Montgomery Place LLC.