New building permits have been filed for the 14-story mixed-use development at 1101-1123 Sutter Street in Polk Gulch, San Francisco. The permits call for 201 new units to be built, which would provide the most housing of four options considered by the Historic Preservation Commission in early February. The Martin Group is responsible for the development through 1101 Sutter Affordable LP.
New building permits have been filed for the mixed-use proposal at 1600 Broadway in Land Park, Sacramento. The five-story construction, formerly addressed as 2500 16th Street, will create 51 new apartments to the retail-rich thoroughfare, along with a full ground level of retail. This application shows two fewer units than when development permits were filed in December last year. Williams + Paddon will be responsible for the architecture.
Site grading permits have been submitted for a new development at 100 Lafayette Circle in Contra Costa County. The project proposal includes the construction of a two-story mixed-use development. The project will replace a building that was destroyed by a fire in 2017. Studio FCF is managing the design concept and construction.
New renderings have been shared for The Energy Hub at 35 South 2nd Street, a proposed mixed-use tower designed by the internationally renowned Bjarke Ingels Group. The new illustrations show more intimate perspectives of the terracotta louver-wrapped tower, with shaded balconies and a brick plaza going right up to the transparent curtain walls. 35 South 2nd Street is part of a five-project masterplan by Westbank with Gary Dillabough of Urban Community to invest in Downtown San Jose sustainability, urbanization, and expansion.
The Union City Planning Commission has given unanimous approval for Station East, a significant residential master plan by Danville-based Integral Communities. The proposal would replace vacant industrial structures and surface parking by Decoto Road and 7th Street with new apartments, affordable housing, and thousands of square feet of ground-level commercial floor space near the Union City BART Station. The vote gives a strong recommendation ahead of the June 8th meeting, during which the City Council will consider giving the final approval to allow construction.