An initial study report has been submitted for a mixed-use project proposed at 601-643 Escuela Avenue and 1873 Latham Street in Mountain View. The project proposal includes the development of a building offering residential and commercial spaces. Plans call for the demolition of an existing one-story commercial building, a surface parking lot, and a one-story residence. Kurt Anderson Architects is responsible for the design concepts.
The formal application has been filed to build an 18-story mixed-use development at 32 Stockton Avenue in San Jose. The project, to be called Apollo, is expected to add nearly five hundred new dwelling units across from the San Jose Diridon Station near Downtown San Jose. Urban Catalyst is the project developer.
A General Plan Referral has been submitted seeking the approval of an affordable housing project located at 1979 Mission Street in Mission District, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of three buildings offering residential and retail spaces.
New renderings have been revealed along with the approval of a one-year extension for the seven-story application at 1870-1876 El Camino Real in North Burlingame. The project would add 169 new residential units within walking distance of San Mateo County’s southern-most BART station in Millbrae. Prime Investors Group LLC is responsible for the project as the property owner.
Douglas Linde, president of Boston Properties, BXP, announced yesterday on a phone call that the firm is actively considering resuming the construction of Platform 16 in 2022, an office development at 441 West Julian Street, San Jose. The announcement came just as SFYIMBY spotted crew activity on the construction site that has been stalled since March of 2020. Platform 16 is a joint development with BXP, TMG Partners, and Valley Oak Partners. BXP maintains a 55% ownership of the project.