Permits have been filed seeking the approval of a commercial project at 5850 Shellmound Way in Emeryville. The project proposal includes the development of a fourteen-story building offering spaces for retail and research & development use. Plans also call for the demolition of an existing office building spanning an area of 61,000 square feet. Shellmound Christie Corporation is the property owner. Solomon Cordwell Buenz is responsible for the design concepts and construction.
An updated design has been revealed along with down-sized plans for 2205 Mission Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. The proposal will create 63 new dwelling units, of which half will be sold below-market rate. Mission Economic Development Agency, i.e., MEDA, is responsible for the development as the property owner.
Enhanced preliminary permits have been filed for Apollo, a proposed 16-story mixed-use tower at 32 Stockton Avenue in San Jose. The development will rise next to Google’s city-altering Downtown West development by Diridon Station. Apollo would add 406 new units to the city’s housing market. Urban Catalyst is responsible for the development.
New renderings have been revealed for the proposed six-story home of the American Buddhist Cultural Society at 1750 Van Ness Avenue in Nob Hill, San Francisco. The institution first revealed the project in 2016 after a preliminary project assessment filing. A public hearing is to be held Thursday, September 9th, during which the city’s Planning Commission could approve the project for CEQA and push the religious facility closer to construction.
A preliminary project application has been submitted seeking the approval of a commercial project at 290 De Haro Street in Potrero Hill, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the demolition of an existing single-story structure and the construction of a five-story laboratory building with on-site amenities and parking.