Updated renderings have been published for the residential infill proposal at 67-69 Belcher Street in San Francisco’s Castro neighborhood. The plans call for 31 units with architecture by one of the city’s most prominent firms, Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects. The new illustrations show an augmentation from the previous iterations, most notably with a perforated aluminum parapet. Along the exterior, the aluminum window frames are to be colored white to match the brick veneer instead of black. Finally, the base level will now include two exposed concrete pillars instead of one.
Demolition permits have been filed for five structures ahead of construction for 2929 Broadway on Pill Hill, Oakland. The 0.93-acre site will be replaced with a seven-story apartment complex to be named Ambrose. Martin Group is the project developer, with development permits approved just over a month ago.
Development permits have been filed seeking the approval of a residential project proposed at 347-349 10th Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of a condominium building offering three units. The exisiting residences, a two-unit building, is listed as Class A historic resource. It rises two stories over basement. DNM Architecture is responsible for the designs.
The plan for a new river crossing the Sacramento River has been approved by City Councils in Sacramento and West Sacramento. The project, dubbed the Broadway Bridge, would connect the two cities, each in separate counties. The move is a major step forward for the bridge, though the project remains a long way off from materializing, with completion expected between 2030 and 2035.
A new office building has been proposed for development at 480-490 South Mathilda Avenue in Sunnyvale. The project proposal includes the development of a four-story building offering office spaces and onsite parking. The project proposes to demolish the existing 13,543-square foot office building and 6,212-square foot commercial building on the site. The project site currently contains 23 trees. The Minkoff Group is the project developer. is responsible for the designs.