New permits have been filed seeking Conditional Use Authorization for a seven-story residential building at 2525 Van Ness Avenue in Cow Hollow, San Francisco. The project will add 27 new apartments within walking distance of the waterfront. Demolition has already occurred on site. March Capital Management is the property owner responsible for the development after purchasing the site from Canada-based Executive Group Development.
Roseville Planning Commission has approved a new housing project with 98 residential units that will be developed at 1721 Pleasant Grove Boulevard in Roseville. The project proposes both affordable housing and senior housing. Mercy Housing is the project developer and Eskaton is the property owner. The companies have come together to work on the project to offer affordable housing to Roseville residents.
New building permits have been filed for a new single-family residence at 731 Peralta Avenue in Bernal Heights, San Francisco. The construction will fill in a vacant parcel near a dead-end overlooking the industrial Bayview neighborhood across Route 101. SIA Consulting is sponsoring the project as an agent and architect.
The non-profit organization, Urban Confluence Silicon Valley, announced yesterday that they chose The Breeze of Innovation as the winner in their international competition for a new landmark in Downtown San Jose. The winning art piece, which the organization will gift to the City of San Jose, has a central structure surrounded by five hundred poles rising two hundred feet above the ground. between the poles, there will be a cafe, exhibition room, and observation decks for the public. SMAR Architecture Studio is responsible for the submission.
Development permits have been filed for 1925 Brush Street in the Ralph Bunche neighborhood of West Oakland. The development will create eighteen new townhouse apartments close to the city’s central business district across three buildings. Riaz Capital is the project applicant and owner.