A pre-application has been filed for a 26-story residential tower at 1974 Shattuck Avenue. If approved, it would become the tallest building in Downtown Berkeley, and among the tallest residential buildings in Alameda County. The proposal aims to produce 297 new homes and a rooftop restaurant with views across the Bay Area. The application is led by NX Ventures, Rhoades Planning Group, and Trachtenberg Architects.
A project application has been submitted seeking the approval of a mixed-use project proposed at 200, 211, and 215 North 16th Street in Grower’s District in Sacramento. The project proposal includes the development of a mixed-use complex featuring four mixed-use buildings with dwelling units and commercial space. Growers District LLC is the property owner. Vrilakas Groen Architects is responsible for the design concepts.
Construction work has started for 531 Bryant Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The project is the first new office building to start construction in the city since 2020, with new boutique amenities and health-informed technology to improve the office environment. Urban Land Development, ULD, is the project developer.
The Santa Clara Development Review Hearing is scheduled to vote today on an entitlement extension for a five-story 328-unit residential complex at 3517 Ryder Street. The property is located in the transit-oriented Lawrence Station Area Plan, a once low-rise commercial district that is in the process of transformation into a dense mixed-use neighborhood. Westlake Urban is responsible for the project.
Development permits have been submitted seeking the approval of an office project proposed at 2245 Post Street in Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of a new four-story building offering spaces for office use. Karin Payson Archtecture + Design is responsible for the design concepts.