The residential plan review has been submitted for a two-building townhome development addressed as 916-918 T Street and 2014 10th Street in Downtown Sacramento. The proposal will replace surface parking lots with eight residences for the State Capital housing market. Tomato Alley Infill is the project name. Ellis Architects is responsible for the design.
Applications have been submitted seeking the approval of constructing new single-family residences on multiple parcels in Stetson Circle in West Sacramento. The project proposal includes the construction of eleven two-story villas. Albert D. Seeno Construction is the project contractor. Discovery Design Group is managing the design concepts and construction.
A new rendering has been revealed for a proposed thirteen-story mixed-use building by Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco. The project, located at the corner of Polk and Olive Street, would create new retail space and housing with affordable units. RG Architecture is managing the building design.
Renderings have been revealed for a proposed five-story mixed-use building at 739 Bryant Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The project will retain the existing two floors of office space while creating nine new affordable low-income rental units restricted for artists. The documents came with a request for a project review meeting with the city’s planning department. Martinkovic Milford Architects is responsible for the design.
The Fremont City Planning Commission has successfully approved a housing project proposed at 41829-41975 Osgood Road in Irvington District, Fremont. The project proposal includes the development of affordable housing close to a planned future BART station. The project also requires the demolition of existing houses on the project site. Maracor Development is the project developer.