New renderings have been revealed for the historic rehabilitation and expansion of 1130 K Street, an office building in the heart of Downtown Sacramento. The proposal will rehabilitate the 150,000 square foot office building, with a 42,000 square foot addition on top. Fox Creek Fund LLC is responsible for the development.
A new large-scale residential community has been proposed in Tehama. The project proposal includes the development of a housing community with amenities with phased development occurring over a 10-year period. American Pacific Nine Mile LLC is the project applicant.
Renderings have been filed for a transit-oriented mixed-use development proposed at 605 Blossom Hill Road in San Jose. The project proposal includes the development of a mixed-use hub featuring retail and residential spaces. The land is occupied by a parking lot for bus and light rail users. The apartments will be built by Green Republic Blossom Hill LLC, which is a joint venture between Swenson Builders, affordable housing developer EAH Housing and Republic Urban Properties, a privately-owned real estate investment, development, and management firm.
New renderings have been revealed for a proposed commercial infill at 212 Ritch Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The proposal would replace a two-story commercial structure and a vacant lot with offices and a new restaurant space. Y.A. Studio is the project’s architect.
The environmental review has found the mixed-use Cambrian Park Village would not result in any significant and unavoidable impacts to the environment. Thanks to this, property owner Weingarten Realty Investors is a step closer to construction in Willow Glen, San Jose. The proposal, at 14200 Union Avenue, has also benefited from the City of San Jose Urban Village framework to encourage the production of new transit-oriented urban hubs across the predominantly suburban city.