Preliminary review permits have been completed for a 360-unit residential development at 675 East Santa Clara Street in the neighborhood of Julian, San Jose. Just ten minutes to the border with Downtown San Jose, the site expects two eight-story residential facilities and one five-story building dedicated to senior housing. The Santa Clara County Housing Authority is responsible for the development.
Development permits have been submitted for constructing a new residential building on 9404 International Boulevard, Oakland. The proposed project includes the demolition of an existing two-story mixed-use building at 9401 and the construction of 55 residential units. The new construction also consists of a commercial space covering approximately 2700 square feet on the ground floor. A total of 29 parking spaces will be designed. YHLA Architects is managing the design and construction of this project.
Condominium permits have been filed to build a three-unit structure at 33-37 Capra Way in the Marina District of San Francisco. While underdeveloped for the lot, the project will be an increase from the existing condition of one unit. Michael Morrison of John Lum Architecture is listed as the owner of the property.
Permits have been filed for the first phase of alterations on the new BART headquarters at 2150 Webster Street, Downtown Oakland. The move will keep the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) agency located in the city center while saving an estimated fifth of a billion dollars on rent over a twenty-five year period. The move is estimated to cost $227 million.
New building permits have been filed for a 140-unit affordable housing project at 1345 Willow Street in Menlo Park, San Mateo County. The development will replace an existing site of 82 units. California-based MidPen Housing is responsible for the development.