An environment impact report has been filed for a project proposed at 640-800 Cesar Chavez Street in Central Waterfront, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the redevelopment of the properties on the site into an electric vehicle service center and charging facility. Cruise, a San Francisco-based company is behind the initiative.
The San Francisco Planning Commission is scheduled to vote tomorrow on redesigned plans for 24 units at 1900 Diamond Street in San Francisco. The new iteration breaks away from the former linear block to preserve ten trees, create a public viewing platform, and obscure the project with setbacks away from the sidewalk along Diamond Street. Solomon Cordwell Buenz, an international firm with offices in San Francisco, is the project architect.
A proposed housing project at 1901 Broadway in Sacramento has received $29 million in finding. The project proposal includes the demolition of an existing office building and the construction a five-story mixed-use building. EAH Housing is the project developer. LPAS Architecture & Design is responsible for the design concepts.
Plans to build on 10.4 acres of vacant land have cleared the California Environmental Quality Act review process, bringing the construction of 126 new homes closer to reality in Antioch, Contra Costa County. The project will create 25 detached structures, landscaping, and a surplus of parking. SDG Architects is the project architect.
City Staff from the San Francisco Planning Department have published a preliminary project assessment, providing some feedback and a cautiously optimistic outlook for the fate of the skinny pod hotel proposed for 12 Mint Plaza in SoMa, San Francisco. The project will be built on a 0.04- parcel between two existing buildings of similar height. Elsey Partners is responsible for the development.