Emeryville Planning Commission will be conducting a third study session to review a proposal for a new four-story building at 1225 65th Street, Emeryville. The project proposal consists of a residential complex with twenty-four units with on-site parking. The project requires a major design review, a conditional use permit for 100 bonus points, a variance to eliminate the required three-foot setback on the west side of the property, and a tree removal permit for a tree on 65th Street to provide sidewalk improvements.
A recent site visit shows facade installation is all but done for the three office buildings at 60 and 134 East Brokaw Road and along Bering Road in North San Jose. The three buildings comprise phase two of the vehicle-oriented Brokaw Road offices project, a multi-million square foot addition by the San Jose international airport. Peery-Arrillaga is the project owner and developer.
The Target Corporation has requested a project review meeting to consider a new retail location in an existing mixed-use building at 1336 Post Street in the Western Addition neighborhood of San Francisco. If built, the new Target would span 34,600 square feet, a significant footprint but is just a third of Target’s typical stores. Given the exploratory condition of the proposal, it is too early to speculate about the broader implications of the project review meeting request.
The Planning Department has voted to recommend that the City Council approve the six-story development at 1619 R Street in Downtown, Sacramento. The project requires approval of entitlements including Site Plan and Design Review to construct a six-story mixed-use building with deviations to building height.
Sacramento-Based architecture firm, Vrilakas Groen Architects is managing the design concept and construction.
The office allocation application has been filed for the $400 million three-structure development at 610-698 Brannan Street, i.e., the Flower Mart site, in SoMa, San Francisco. The application pertains to over two million square feet of proposed offices divided between the Market Hall, the Blocks Building, and the Gateway Building. San Francisco-based Kilroy Realty is the project developer.