The San Jose planning department is scheduled to review the draft supplemental environmental impact report for Orchard Workspace in Downtown San Jose at 6 PM today. Orchard Workspace consists of two proposed office towers as high as 301 feet above street level with new retail at 300 South 1st Street and 345 South 2nd Street. The major revelation ahead of the meeting is that a new sky bridge is considered to connect the two office buildings on levels ten and eleven. The project is one of several prospective San Jose projects with Gary Dillabough and Westbank as the joint developers.
Renderings have been published for a four-story mixed-use building at 2800 S Street in Newton Booth in the central city of Sacramento. Dubbed 28th and S Street, the project would create 38 units along with two commercial condos. Permits have been approved with entitlement in review according to public records. HK3 Development is managing the project.
Permits have been filed seeking the approval of a new residential project at 3600 Laguna Avenue in Dimond District, Oakland. The project proposal includes the construction of condominiums on a vacant lot. Greencycle LLC is the project applicant.
New building permits have been filed for a speculative warehouse building at 3950 Duckhorn Drive in North Natomas, Sacramento. The project would create a new advanced logistics center for the city’s burgeoning market. Alleghany Properties is the owner, with Panattoni Development Company responsible for the application.
Development permits have been approved for a five-story residential building with affordable housing at 685 9th Street, to be located in Downtown Oakland. Construction would add 117 units to the East Bay housing market, of which 35 would be priced as affordable. Levy Design Partners is managing the design concepts, and construction and Riaz Capital is the owner.