Plans for the tallest development in the Bay Area outside of San Francisco have passed a new milestone. Demolition permits are filed for the four-story structure at 415 20th Street in Downtown Oakland. The property is where Hines has proposed a 39-story office skyscraper, with design by architecture firm Pickard Chilton.
The San Francisco Planning Department has approved CEQA streamlining for a new manufacturing and laboratory building at 2800 3rd Street in Dogpatch, San Francisco. The project will replace a low-density block with light industrial and laboratory space. New York-based Madison Capital is responsible for the project as the property owner.
A project application has been filed seeking the approval of a mixed-use development proposed at 1926 Capitol Avenue in Midtown, Sacramento. The project proposal includes the development of a four-story mixed-use building offering 39 residential units. The project construction will require two parcels to be merged, a surface parking lot and exterior light fixtures to be demolished, along with the adjoining alley to be vacated. All existing utilities will remain in place.
Construction work is nearly complete for a new four-story office project at 340 11th street in SoMa, San Francisco. The curtainwall-clad building showcases the design from one of the city’s most influential firms, Stanley Saitowitz Natoma Architects. Universal Electric Supply Company is the property owner, operating through 340-350 11th Street LLC.
New renderings have been revealed for the mixed-use development in Southwest Berkeley, Alameda County. The proposal will feature two integrally connected structures with distinct addresses, 2820 San Pablo Avenue and 2821 10th Street, but treated as one project. Oakland-based Cork-Mayo Investments is the project developer.