Preliminary plans have been filed, showing a draft design for new affordable housing for seniors at 1001 Franklin Street on Cathedral Hill, San Francisco. The new project, dubbed Ella Rohlffs Place, will replace surface parking with 94 new homes. The John Stewart Company is sponsoring the development for the property owner, Martin Luther Towner Inc.
New renderings have been published for a residential infill at 483 Bosworth Street, located within the College Hill neighborhood and one block from the Glen Hill BART Station in San Francisco. The project, also addressed as 1 Lyell Street, will rise four floors from a skinny lot at the intersection of Bosworth and Lyell Street, located between the underpasses of San Jose Avenue and I-280.
An application has been filed seeking the approval of a development plan to allow the construction of a new apartment complex in Alves Lane, Contra Costa County. The project proposal includes the development of multiple family residences with onsite surface parking and residential amenities. Meta Housing Corporation is the project developer. Dahlin Group is responsible for the design concepts. R3 Studios is managing the landscape architecture of the site.
Development permits have been filed for a new office tower at 1919 Webster Street in Downtown Oakland. Update plans include a 33-foot increase to 408 feet tall and detailed information about the proposal. Ellis Partners filed the application.
New renderings have been published for a four-story residential infill at 2611 Seminary Avenue in Frick, Oakland. The project will replace surface parking with 28 apartments, including three affordable housing units. Giovani Rodriguez is responsible for the design.