Development permits have been filed to construct a five-story multi-family building at 3997 Fabian Way, Palo Alto. The proposal includes the demolition of 36,000 square feet of commercial space and a multi-family residence construction. The project will be located on six parcels, and the total open site space is 40,123 square feet. Architects Orange is managing the concept and design of the project.
Permits have been filed to review plans for a three-story residential infill at 740 Darina Avenue, located in the Old North Sacramento neighborhood. The project will create fourteen apartments. Oak Park Properties Inc. is responsible for the development as the property owner.
Recent permits have provoked confusion concerning the 5.8 acre-parcel at 900 7th Street in Mission Bay, San Francisco. Recology, a San Francisco-based company, is the current property owner and has been since the 1970s. SFYIMBY confirmed with the developers that their proposed 1.2 million square foot mixed-use development, designed by SOM, is very much an active project. We had to verify this because of a recent project review meeting application for a commercial facility on the same land. Recology learned of the contradictory permits because of our correspondence.
Permits have been filed to construct a thirteen-story mixed-use building on 550 O’Farrell Street in the Tenderloin, San Francisco. The project proposal includes demolition of the existing building except for a two-story parking garage. The garage’s existing facade is considered an important historical element of San Francisco’s Uptown Tenderloin district. Brick is managing the architecture and design of the project.
Alliant Capital has announced the $30 million investment has closed, progressing plans to build the 151-unit affordable housing project at 450 Kawana Springs Road in Santa Rosa, Sonoma County. The 60-foot project will bring a new hub of medium-high density residential living immediately opposite the large Santa Rosa Market Place shopping center inside the Mendocino / Santa Rosa Avenue Priority Development Area. Kawana Springs also provides housing for residents displaced by the 2017 wildfires.