Preliminary Project Assessment permits have been filed for a 160-foot mixed-use development between 555-585 Bryant Street in SoMa, San Francisco. Construction is estimated to cost at least $200 million. Plans drafted by Solomon Cordwell Buenz show the an infill with set-backs to afford more direct sunlight to the asphalt. The assessment permit calls for merging seven lots between Bryant and Welsh Street to create a single 33,000 square foot parcel. If approved, the project will bring five hundred new residencies to the city, of which twenty percent will be affordable.
Construction is nearly complete for a four-story mixed-use infill at 2030 10th Street in Sacramento’s Southside Park neighborhood. Located at the corner of 10th and U Street, the project is within walking distance from the city center. The local firm HK3 Development are responsible for the development.
New building permits have been filed for a six-story residential building at 1728 Larkin Street in the Nob Hill neighborhood of San Francisco. The construction will take over a narrow 3,500 square foot rectangular lot to construct a 13,322 square foot structure, providing six large units. Brick and Mortar Equity are listed as the property owner, while the construction is to be sponsored by Equity Six LLC.
The San Jose planning commission has provided key approval recommendations to construct a mixed-use residential proposal at 1663 Alum Rock Avenue. The developers have named the project ‘the Little Portugal Gateway,’ for being in the Little Portugal neighborhood of San Jose. It will be a substantial mid-density increase to the currently low-density area. 123 new apartments will be built, ranging from studios to two-beds. SiliconSage Builders are responsible for development.
Construction is wrapping up for the hotel rising at 72 Ellis Street by Market Street in the Tenderloin, San Francisco. The boutique citizenM Hotel will occupy the site once complete, making space for 195 new guest rooms just two blocks from Union Square. The same company is responsible for the development.