Newly updated plans have been submitted seeking the approval of a mixed-use project at 1057 El Camino Real in Redwood City. The project proposal includes developing a strip mall into a transit village featuring new homes, commercial space, and public open space. Lowe and Eden Housing is the project applicant and developer. Current property owners Safeway and Regency Centers Corporation are also stakeholders in the project. Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum, Inc (HOK) is managing the design concept and construction.
New plans have been unveiled for a seven-story residential project at 1617 J Street in Midtown, Sacramento. The proposal is to add 200 new apartments and a full floor of retail between 16th and 17th Street in a busy corner of the State Capitol. Led by SKK Developments, the development has become nearly three times larger than first revealed just five months ago.
Construction has topped out on the first new building in the Treasure Island redevelopment plan. The progress comes as San Francisco’s Mayor London Breed embarked on a boat ride from the Ferry Building to Treasure Island’s new passenger boat terminal last week, ahead of the January 2022 start of public ferry rides. Treasure Island’s roughly 8,000 unit redevelopment plan is led by Treasure Island Community Development (TICD), a partnership with Stockbridge Capital Group, Wilson Meany, and Lennar Corporation.
Mayor London N. Breed and the City of San Francisco recently celebrated the grand opening of two new affordable housing developments located at 88 Broadway in Embarcadero, San Francisco. The two housing developments are named Broadway Cove and 735 Davis. Broadway Cove consists of 125 permanently affordable apartments for families, while 735 Davis consists of 53 units for seniors. BRIDGE Housing and The John Stewart Company are the project developers. Leddy Maytum Stacy is responsible for the design concepts, and Cahill Contractors is also on the project team.
A new preliminary project assessment has been filed, disclosing amended plans for the residential redevelopment of 55 Francisco Street, a multi-level parking garage in North Beach, San Francisco. The PPA reveals fewer apartments could be built than initially proposed. Atlanta-based Jamestown LP, a real estate investment company, is managing the development.