A commission review application has been filed for a proposed seven-story mixed-use development at 240-250 Church Street between 15th and Market Street. The residential infill would add new residences, including some low-income housing to San Francisco’s Castro neighborhood. 250 Church LLC is the project sponsor for property owner Ty Bash.
A new 17-story student-oriented development has been proposed for 2128 Oxford Street through 2132-2154 Center Street in Downtown Berkeley. The mixed-use proposal would fill in the low-density college-town skyline with 285 new units geared on top of ground-level retail. Core Spaces and Core Berkeley Oxford LLC are responsible for the development.
Demolition permits have been submitted for a single-story building located at 111 Independence Drive in Menlo Park. Plans call for the development of an apartment building on the project site. The new development has been approved by the City Planning Commission. SP Menlo LLC is the project applicant. BDE Architecture is responsible for the design concepts and construction of the apartment complex.
The San Ramon Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans for a 72-unit townhome development at 2233 San Ramon Valley Boulevard, Contra Costa County. The proposal would see Trumark Homes remake a commercial parcel used for masonry supply storage at Deerwood Road, San Ramon Valley Boulevard, and Fostoria Way.
New aerial photographs show significant progress since April of this year for Brooklyn Basin, a mixed-use development reshaping a former industrial section of the Oakland waterfront. Six apartment building sites are in stages of development, varying from foundational work starting to residents already moved in. Oakland-based Signature Development Group is developing the project, with joint financing from Signature, Zarsion Holdings Group, and Reynolds & Brown.