Permits have been filed seeking the approval of the restoration of Pier 9 in Embarcadero, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the restoration of the port at Pier 9 to return the Klamath, a 1924 historic ferryboat, to the San Francisco waterfront. The Bay Area Council is the project developer.
New plans have been published for a proposed hotel at 3000 L Street at the edge of East Sacramento. The project will replace an existing three-story office building with a 133-room location for Homewood Suites. D & S Development is the project sponsor.
New renderings have been revealed for the six-story residential development at 7300 MacArthur Boulevard in Eastmont, Oakland. The project will replace the vacant parcel with roughly 200 units, including 20 affordable units. RMG Housing, a Los Angeles-based developer, is responsible for the application.
A fourth plan set has been published by the City of San Jose for the proposed traditional Cambodian Buddhist Temple at 2740 Ruby Avenue in Evergreen, San Jose. The project is called the Wat Khmer Kampuchea Krom, and it will consist of a temple and a community building. A Khmer Buddhist Foundation, led by President Lyna Lam, is responsible for the project.
A new mixed-use project has been approved for construction at 17395 Monterey Road in Morgan Hill, Santa Clara County. The project proposes the development of a three-story building offering art gallery and retial spaces. The project pays homage to the Edes Brothers Hardware Store that occupied the site more than a century ago. Golden Quail, LLC is the project developer. KTGY Architecture + Planning is responsible for the design concepts and construction.