Plans for a once-abandoned housing proposal have been revived. Reuben Law is scheduled to request an extension of city approval for the 184-unit project to replace a former car wash at 400 Divisadero Street in San Francisco’s Lower Haight. If the extension is approved, the developer will have until the summer of 2025 to secure funding and start construction.
Renderings have been published alongside permits for a three-unit residential infill at 235 and 245 Gellert Drive in Lakeshore, San Francisco. The property will reshape a vacant parcel across from Lake Merced Park and just south of the Sunset District using Senate Bill 9. Kotas Pantaleoni Architects is responsible for the design.
Development permits have been filed seeking the approval of a residential project proposed at 8105 Delta Shores in Sacramento. The project proposal includes the construction of a new large-scale apartment complex featuring 11 buildings offering 200+ apartments. The project site is a parcel spanning an area of 8.56 acres. The new apartment complex will yield a total built-up area spanning 373,031 square feet. The apartment complex will offer 235 units.
The City of Cupertino has approved plans for new housing at 1655 South De Anza Boulevard in Cupertino, Santa Clara County. The infill will create 34 homes, new retail, and parking for almost a hundred cars. Propriis is listed as the property owner.
New renderings have been published of the proposed townhomes for the redevelopment of the former Sac Bee offices in Midtown, Sacramento. While a five-story apartment block is expected to replace the main offices, an adjacent parking lot at 1801 21st Street will be replaced by 48 townhomes. Shopoff Realty Investments is the project developer.