The seventh tallest tower in the Bay Area built or planned is 345 California Street, a mixed-use skyscraper in the heart of San Francisco’s Financial District. The building opened in 1986, adding office space to the commercial market, and the Mandarin Oriental hotel once occupied the top eleven floors. When completed, it was the third tallest in the Bay Area with a rooftop height of 725 feet.
A new residential project has been proposed at 1915 Berryman Street in Berkeley. The project proposal includes the development of four-story townhomes on a site that presently houses a three-story two-unit home that was built 132 years ago. Plans call for the demolition of the single-family home on the site. The home was wasn’t deemed worthy of landmark status in May 2020. Gunkel Architecture is responsible for the design concepts.
The San Francisco Planning Commission is scheduled to vote on plans for 3055 Clement Street later today. The project is expected to add seven new homes and two retail spots in the city’s Outer Richmond neighborhood. Design Consultants Group is the project architect and sponsor.
Plans for a new tower have been revealed for Downtown Oakland. Ellis Partners has submitted a preliminary application to review plans for a 375-foot office building at 1919 Webster Street, located in the urban center of Oakland. If built, the proposal would replace an existing surface parking lot and a vacant six-story building.
The City of Mountain View’s Environmental Planning Commission is scheduled for a public review of the Google North Bayshore Masterplan. The development is expected to redevelop 127 acres with thousands of housing units, offices, shops, and public parks. Google is responsible for the proposal, with Lendlease managing development.