New renderings have been revealed for a 25-story mixed-use tower for 439 South 4th Street in Downtown San Jose. The proposal, led by Caruso Design for the current property owner, would create 210 new residential units above five levels of parking. If built, the new project would be adjacent to The Mark at 475 South 4th Street, a similarly stocky tower for student housing being developed by Urban Catalyst.
Construction is wrapping up for Modera Lake Merritt, a new rental apartment complex at 1940 Webster Street in Downtown Oakland. The project is opening with 173 new rental units, ranging between studios and two-bedroom homes, with prices starting over $2,500 per month. Mill Creek Places is responsible for the development and leasing.
A new large-scale residential project has been proposed for Manzanita Park Project in Morgan Hill. The project proposal includes the construction of a residential condominium development spread across 12 three-story buildings. Currently, the site is undeveloped and comprised primarily of previously disturbed grassland. Trees are not located on-site. North Corridor Investors LLC is the project applicant.
New renderings have been shared with SFYIMBY.com for the residential development at 249 Pennsylvania Avenue in Potrero Hill, San Francisco. The project uses the 50% State Density Bonus program, hoping to add 92 new homes in the city. William Spencer Company, based in Brisbane, California, is responsible for the development as the property owner.
A preliminary project has been submitted to the city for a new self-storage building at 241 Loomis Street in Bayview, San Francisco. The four-story structure will replace a surface parking lot in the industrial pocket between Highway 101 and I-280. Jordan Sills of J2 Properties is responsible for the application.