Multiple development permits have been filed for construction alterations at 399 Arguello Boulevard in Inner Richmond, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the expansion of residential space and the existing 4,650 square foot retail market at the corner of 2 Clement, or 387 Arguello. The project also includes merging the retail store with the adjacent commercial space upon vacancy. TP LAM AIA Architects is managing the project.
New renderings have been revealed for the seven-story residential building at 98 Pennsylvania Avenue in Potrero Hill, San Francisco. The updated proposal increases the residential filing from its initial proposal of 48 units up to 79 units. California’s State Density Bonus is responsible for the increase, with twelve units to be sold as affordable housing. Harty & Harty Properties is responsible for the development as the property owner.
Six new-building permits have been filed for multi-family townhouses along Meadow Run Walk in the Edgeview at the Cove development in Natomas, Sacramento. The buildings in question are along the same road, with addresses at 3050, 3056, 3062, 3068, 3074, and 3080 Meadow Run-Walk. Thirty-six units will be produced in total from this one-day batch of permits, or just a fraction of the total 590 units to be built. Beazer Homes Holdings LLC is the developer of The Cove.
Permits are currently under review for the renovation and transformation of San Francisco’s I. Magnin Building at 233 Geary Street, in the Tenderloin. The plans change the building from a Macy’s department store into a mixed-use building with apartments, expanded offices, and retail. The 1946-era stone facade will receive a few significant alterations, including prominent new window accents, updated street cladding, and a curtainwall wrap along the top level. The structure overlooks the festive Union Square and the Macy’s Christmas Tree, with some of the city’s highest foot traffic for shopping and sightseeing. Sand Hill Property Company are the developers following the $250 million sales in January 2019.
Permits have been filed for demolition of existing office and industrial space located at 180 and 186 Constitution Drive Belle Haven, Menlo Park. The permits also include the demolition of all building structures, related underground, and at-grade infrastructure. Both project site locations have light-industrial land-use. New residential construction is proposed at this site and is called Menlo Uptown Project.