A new residential project has been proposed on the site located at 930 Oddstad Boulevard in Park Pacifica. The project proposal includes the development of a residential project with affordable housing units and onsite amenities. Plans call for the demolition of the existing non-operational elementary school, Oddstad Elementary School, on the site. M-Group is the project consultant. Brookwood Group is the project applicant.
New renderings have been revealed for Pier 70 Parcel A, part of the 28-acre Pier 70 mixed-use development along the San Francisco waterfront. The new illustrations came along with the refilling of the project’s development agreement, providing a detailed project description. Brookfield Properties is responsible for the project.
Development permits have been filed seeking the approval of a residential project at 2001 Tarob Court in Milpitas. The project proposal includes the development of multi-family townhome condominiums with attached garages. The project site is occupied by a 16,200 square-foot light industrial office building. San Ramon-based The True Life Companies is the project applicant. SDG Architects is responsible for the design concepts.
The San Jose Planning Commission is scheduled to vote on the mixed-use residential development at 2880 Alum Rock Avenue, east of Downtown San Jose in the Alum Rock neighborhood. The proposal would create two structures with 164 new residential units and 7,500 square feet of commercial space. Pacific West Communities is the property owner.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is scheduled to consider an appeal of 469 Stevenson Street, a proposed 27-story mixed-use addition to SoMa. Filed by the Yerba Buena Neighborhood Consortium, the appeal claims the project’s environmental review was inadequate and unsafe. Both the project developer and city staff rebuke each claim as inaccurate and an attempt to stall the high-rise residential addition to the neighborhood.