Biggest Little Permits Report: 128 New Units Across the Bay

This week’s big little permits take away is its uptick in ADU filings. Even with Indigenous Peoples’ holiday providing a lull on Monday, planners picked up the pace for the rest of the week. This article covers over 128 new units of apartments and ADUs across the Bay Area plus Sacramento, as well as twenty-one single-family houses. Our map shows how widespread the permits were across the city of San Francisco, no more than a few in any one neighborhood. Some unusual and significant little permits include a large wine storage building in Santa Clara County and additional classrooms filed for the Athenian School in Danville.

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2330 Monroe Street, rendering by HKIT Architects

Affordable Housing Project Planned For 2330 Monroe Street In Santa Clara

A large, affordable housing project is planned for 2330 Monroe Street in the city of Santa Clara. The building, rising two to three floors, will contain 65 apartments. Units will range in size from studios to three bedrooms, twenty percent of which will be set aside for people with developmental disabilities. Freebird Development company is responsible for the development.

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Permits Filed For 1148 East 18th Street In Clinton, Oakland

Permits have been filed for the residential expansion of 1148 East 18th Street in Clinton, Oakland. The application calls for the interior renovation of the structure and adds five additional dwelling units in the existing garage and storage space. Four of the units will be duplexes, located on the ground and second floors of the structure connected with a spiral staircase.

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