Development permits have been approved for 10500 International Boulevard, a five-story affordable housing project by the southern border of Oakland, Alameda County. The project, named Hestia, will create 210 affordable homes and is the final phase of a three-phase development by AMG & Associates.
A new residential project has been proposed for development at 1121 Key Avenue in Bret Harte, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of two new four-story buildings with basement. Plans call for the demolition of an exisiting two-story single-family structure on the site.
Construction activity has started for the eight-story infill at 988 Harrison Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The activity was spotted just over two weeks after excavation permits were issued by the San Francisco Planning Department. J.S. Sullivan is the project developer.
Downsized entitlement permits have been filed for the mixed-use infill in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The project will replace a former Fry’s building with 74 new townhomes at 3200 Park Boulevard and new R&D office space at 340 Portage Avenue by the California Avenue Caltrain station. The Sobrato Organization is the project developer.
Development permits have been approved for a six-story affordable housing proposal at 3751 International Boulevard in Fruitvale, Oakland. The decision comes just eight months after the pre-application was submitted. Oakbrook Partners is the project developer.