Replacement permits have been filed seeking the approval of a new retail project at 5611 Stockton Boulevard in Fruitridge, Sacramento. The project proposal includes the development of a single-story retail building with drive-through and sidewalks. Tilton Pacific Construction is responsible for the design concepts and construction.
Hines has announced a deal with Rosewood Hotels and Resorts to occupy the hospitality portion of 550 Howard Street, a mixed-use tower set to break ground early next year in SoMa, San Francisco. Dubbed Parcel F, it is the tallest of the remaining Transbay tower parcel remaining. The 806-foot tall tower is being developed by a joint venture with Hines, Urban Pacific, and Goldman Sachs Asset Management.
Plans have been published showcasing a new design for 1324-1326 Powell Street, San Francisco. The proposal will replace a two-story structure with an eight-story mixed-use project between Broadway and Pacific Avenue in Chinatown, by the neighborhood’s northern edge. Cafe-owner Mahmoud Larizadeh is responsible for the development as the property owner.
The Oakland City Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans for a factory for ceramic beads and fabrication of lithium extraction units at 1700 20th Street in Prescott, Oakland. The project proposal includes the relocation of business operations to an existing 82,000 square-foot industrial building at the property site. Lilac Solutions Inc is the project developer.
The 17th tallest building in San Francisco planned or built is Market Center, the 573-foot tall office tower at 575 Market Street in SoMa, San Francisco. Part of a two-structure complex, the towering offices were home to the international headquarters for Standard Oil of California, now known as Chevron, from opening until 2001. Now, the building is owned and managed by Paramount Group.