Development permits have been filed seeking the approval of a new residential project proposed at 424 Texas Street in Potrero Hill, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the construction of a new single-family home with a one-bedroom accessory dwelling unit (ADU). Plans call for the demolition of the existing single-family home on the site. BACH Architecture is responsible for the design concepts.
Belmont City Council has officially approved plans for 800-803 Belmont Avenue. The project is expected to replace a low-slung hotel with 125 affordable housing units in San Mateo County. ROEM Corporation is responsible for the project as the applicant and property owner.
Preliminary permits have been filed for a nine-story residential infill at 2847 Shattuck Avenue in South Berkeley. The proposal would create 112 new homes with some affordable units nearby mass transit and directly across from the city’s famed grocery destination, Berkeley Bowl. Trachtenberg Architects is listed as responsible for the design.
A general plan amendment feasibility study has been requested for a residential project proposed at 125 Aspen Drive in Contra Costa County. The project proposal includes the development of a three-story high apartment building with onsite services and parking.
After years of lawsuits, a failed bid for historic preservation, and stalled efforts, San Francisco’s ‘historic’ laundromat has been demolished. The former single-story building at 2918 Mission Street in the Mission District is now poised to be replaced by new housing. The city has already approved permits for an eight-story mixed-use infill.