A preliminary application has been filed seekinf approvals for modifications at 2015 Blake Street in Downtown Berkeley. The project proposal includes the addition of residential units to the existing units and increasing the building height to eight floors. Plans call for the demolition of the existing commercial buildings and one duplex on the site. Rhoades Planning Group is the project applicant. Richard Nagler Properties LLC is the property owner. Lowney Architecture is responsible for the design concepts.
Sacramento Republic FC has announced plans to build a new Major League Soccer stadium by downtown Sacramento. The new sports center will be named Railyards Stadium, with the design by the Missouri-based MANICA Architecture. The project would cost nearly one billion dollars, with a new urban neighborhood zoned in the adjacent lots.
New plans have been filed to renovate an existing three-story office building at 69 Green Street in North Beach, San Francisco. Construction would open up each floor space, producing a modernized speculative office space just one block from the Embarcadero. San Francisco-based architecture firm FORGE is responsible for the design.
The city of San Francisco and its beloved Mayor London Breed is celebrating the inauguration of a new housing develoment at 691 China Basin Street in Mission Bay, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of a housing community offering affordable residences and onsite services. Mercy Housing is the project developer. Studio Vara and Paulett Taggart Architects teamed up to design the project.
A project application has been filed for a 16-story mixed-use apartment tower at 819 Ellis Street, located on the western edge of San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood. Construction would replace a three-story garage with 120 new homes by the nearly-complete Van Ness Bus Rapid Transit corridor. JS Sullivan is responsible for the application.