New building permits have been filed for a 54-unit mixed-use building at 451 28th Street in the Pill Hill neighborhood, Oakland. The six-story project on top of the currently-vacant lot includes three affordable/very-low-income units, with an estimated construction cost of over $1 million. Winder Gibson Architects are responsible for the building’s design.
Planning permits have been filed for three tri-story residential apartments at 144, 146, and 148 Log Pond Lane in Upper Land Park, Sacramento. The development will add 84 new units across 1.6 acres of land, just thirty minutes walk from the city’s downtown core. Jeffrey Demure Associates are listed as responsible for the design.
Permits have been filed for a three-story multi-unit residential building at 1112 Shotwell Street in the Mission District, San Francisco. The project will yield three new apartments on top of a vacant portion of a lot with an existing four-unit apartment building. Kerman Morris Architects LLP is listed as responsible for the design.
The San Francisco Planning Commission has recommended approval to the office space allocation for 531 Bryant Street, in central SoMa, San Francisco. This move takes from the annual city-wide allowance for small-development office space, bringing it from over 750,000 to 703,336 square feet. The Urban Land Development LLC leads the proposed six-story building, with design by the prolific Handel Architects.
A sizeable multifamily project is under construction at 555 Golden Gate Avenue in Civic Center, Downtown San Francisco. The project, named “Elevant,” will stand 11 floors tall, providing 55 residential units. Developed by JS Sullivan, residents of the future tower will enjoy various amenities, like access to a roof deck, furnished lobby, and a barbecue grill. Residential parking will be offered on-site, with vehicle stackers used to maximize space. All residential units will be condos.