Permits have been filed for the residential expansion of 1148 East 18th Street in Clinton, Oakland. The application calls for the interior renovation of the structure and adds five additional dwelling units in the existing garage and storage space. Four of the units will be duplexes, located on the ground and second floors of the structure connected with a spiral staircase.
A planned new hub is under review for a corner of John McLaren Park at Sunnydale, by the southern edge of San Francisco. Recent plans were put in front of the civic design review committee for the community center adjoining a residential development, the Herz Recreation Center Project. It is a nearly twelve thousand square foot destination for exercise, meetings, and various events. The city’s Park Department is developing the project in concert with Mercy Housing and Related California.
Zoning permits have been filed for a new residential project at 2317 Channing Way, Berkeley. The project will replace an existing low-rise medical building with surface parking. In its place, the infill project hopes to add a four-story structure with basement, providing seventeen units to the high-traffic neighborhood.
Permits have been filed for a new building 1101 South Van Ness Avenue in the Mission District, San Francisco. The application calls for the construction of three residential units, serviced with two elevators. Of the three apartments, 1101-A and 1101-B will have access to rooftop decks.
Construction is progressing quickly for the 173-unit residential building at 1940 Webster Street in downtown Oakland. The seven-story project, also known as Modera Lake Merritt, has topped out, paving the way for construction expected to end by early next year. Mill Creek, a national firm based in Florida, is responsible for the development.