Permits have been filed seeking the approval of a residential project at 2302 Calle Del Mundo in Tasman East, Santa Clara. The project proposal includes the development of a multi-family low-income housing apartment building with on-site parking. Plans call for the demolition of an existing single-story building and adjacent surface parking. Ensemble Real Estate Investments and Rethink Development are the project developers. Bar Architects is responsible for the design concepts and construction.
New plans have been submitted for a small three-story residential building at 1928 21st Street in Sacramento’s affluent Poverty Ridge neighborhood. The project would create six new residences in an area by transit and retail. Mulugeta Ghile is responsible for the development as the property owner.
The 21st tallest tower in the Bay Area planned or built is Spear Tower in SoMa, San Francisco. Rising to a 564-foot pinnacle, Spear Tower is the taller of a two-towered complex, One Market Plaza. Rising across the Embarcadero, the development was completed in 1976, connecting the two new towers with the 11-story 1916-built Landmark Building on Market Street. Welton Becket Associates is the building architect.
A joint community and environmental public scoping meeting for a project at 1655 Berryessa Road in San Jose have been scheduled. The project proposal includes the development of a mixed-use building with apartments and commercial space. Under the project, the three existing industrial buildings, ancillary structures, and a parking lot will be demolished. Trees on the site would be removed
Building permits have been filed, kicking off the review process for the 11-story affordable housing development at 300 De Haro Street. The project would make a significant contribution to the housing market in a relatively dense neighborhood hub on the north end of Potrero Hill. Residents will be within walking distance of various cafes, a grocer, the California College of the Arts SF campus, and the showroom-packed Design District. If built, the triangular lot in San Francisco would create 450 new dwelling units, of which 181 will be priced as affordable.