The Emeryville Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans for the three-building affordable housing proposal at 5890, 5900, and 6150 Christie Avenue tomorrow. The proposal will create retail and 362 homes for a mix of household sizes by the Public Market and the city’s Amtrak station. EAH Housing is responsible for the application.
New preliminary plans have been filed for an eleven-acre property at 451 El Camino Real, mostly in Santa Clara, with 0.91 acres across the city border in San Jose. The proposal will replace an office campus and a small strip mall next to the city’s Caltrain station. Bixby Land Company is responsible for the application.
A preliminary application has been filed to facilitate a residential project proposed for development at 2260-2680 Bancroft Way in Southside, Berkeley. The project proposal includes the construction of a new eight-story infill building offering 115 units. Plans call for the replacement of a surface parking lot across from the UC Berkeley campus. AMI, LLC is the property owner. Daryl Ross, the owner of Bancroft Hotel, is the project sponsor. Studio KDA is responsible for the designs.
Demolition and new building permits have been requested for the 11-story apartment proposal at 1500 15th Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. The filing is a significant step and one of the last remaining ministerial hurdles for the first of two towers by the same developer overlooking the same intersection, one block from BART. Elsey Partners is responsible for the application.
The San Mateo Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans later today for a five-story apartment proposal at 616 South B Street near Central Park and close to the city’s downtown. The development, named Nazareth Vista, will replace a single-story shop with 48 homes and retail. San Mateo-based developer Nazareth Enterprises is the property owner.