Development permits have been filed for a new office tower at 1919 Webster Street in Downtown Oakland. Update plans include a 33-foot increase to 408 feet tall and detailed information about the proposal. Ellis Partners filed the application.
New renderings have been published for a four-story residential infill at 2611 Seminary Avenue in Frick, Oakland. The project will replace surface parking with 28 apartments, including three affordable housing units. Giovani Rodriguez is responsible for the design.
A project review meeting will be held to discuss a residential project at 3927-3931 19th Street in the Castro, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of a multi-family building, occupying the undeveloped areas of the site. Plans call for the demolition of the eastern two buildings on the site. Liberty Hill Holdings LLC is the property owner. Studio 12 Architecture is responsible for the design concepts.
Demolition crews have cleared the former five-story structure that stood at 30 Van Ness Avenue. Next for the property is a mixed-use skyscraper that will expand the high-rise profile of Civic Center’s Market & Octavia Area Plan district, or ‘The Hub.’ Construction will create a 47-story tower with offices, 333 condominiums, and a performing arts space. Lendlease, a multinational Australian-based company behind many high-profile projects worldwide, is the project developer.
Satellite Affordable Housing Associates have submitted an enhanced preliminary permit for new affordable senior housing at 501 Almaden Avenue in Downtown San Jose. The application comes as Branagh Construction is two floors from topping out Arya at 500 Almaden Boulevard, an adjacent eight-story property developed by SAHA.