New building permits have been filed for a residential expansion at 660 Clipper Street in Noe Valley, San Francisco. Nine new units and extra open space will be added to the site by reclaiming parking space for housing. Veritas Investments Inc. are responsible for the development through 610-660 Clipper I1 LLC.
Recent demolition permits have been filed to make way for a mixed-use 18-story tower at 921 Howard Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The permits receive prioritization thanks to the 2013 Executive Directive #13-01, signed by the late Mayor Edwin Lee. The Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation is the property owner and is overseeing that all 203 units will be sold as affordable housing.
Development permits have been filed for a new mixed-use building at 409 South Second Street in Downtown San Jose. The proposal includes a housing tower with rooftop amenities that may consist of an infinity pool, all set to sprout at the site of the old Bo Town restaurant in downtown San Jose. BoTown Residential is a 29-story housing high-rise in downtown San Jose with ground-floor retail at 409 and 425 S. Second Street. Concept and design are by James K.M. Cheng Architects and Steinberg Hart.
Planning permits have been approved for a new eight-story hotel at 730 I Street in Downtown Sacramento, along with the rehabilitation of a Mid-Century modern office structure. The development, dubbed ‘The Hardin,’ would open a 179-key AC Hotel Marriott two blocks from the Golden 1 Center sports stadium and six blocks from the State Capitol. The American Hospitality Services and Sacramento-based Miry Development through 730 I Street Investors LLC are responsible for the project.
Permits have been filed for a new three-story residential building to be constructed at 2119 Castro Street in Noe Valley, San Francisco. The development will double the site’s household capacity, from one to two. The thirty-foot structure will yield 4,715 square feet, mostly uniform around 1,100 square feet across the three floors and basement. Modern Construction Inc. will be in charge of putting the building together.