The City of San Francisco is considering purchasing 333 12th Street, an eight-story residential development recently built in SoMa, San Francisco. The move is symbolically significant, as 333 12th Street was the first proposal in the city to use the State Density Bonus Program, increasing its residential capacity by 35%, with 200 multi-family units. Now, the building may become part of the city’s mission to end family homelessness. The City and County of San Francisco Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing would become the property owners.
City Planning Commission of Emeryville has proposed a public hearing for an affordable housing project proposed at 4300 San Pablo Avenue in Emeryville. The project proposal includes the development of a five-story 100% affordable intergenerational housing project with onsite amenities and community spaces. KTGY Architects is responsible for the design concepts.
The development permit has been filed for a five-story mixed-use project at 1901 Park Boulevard, a triangular corner lot between Ivy Hill and Cleveland Heights, Oakland. The plan would replace a single-story commercial structure with 23 apartments above ground-floor retail. Ivy Hills LLC is responsible for the application.
A new rendering has been published ahead of tomorrow’s meeting with Oakland’s Design Review Committee for Brooklyn Basin, a waterfront master-planned development. The request would expand the development’s residential capacity to hold 3,700 apartments, with over a hundred more boat slips. Oakland-based Signature Development Group is developing the project, with joint financing from Signature, Zarsion Holdings Group, and Reynolds & Brown.
New renderings have been published ahead of tomorrow’s meeting regarding 525 12th Street, a ten-story urban infill poised to expand the institutional capacity of Samuel Merritt University in Downtown Oakland. Strada Investment Group is responsible for the application.