Construction has reached the top floor as facade installation makes significant progress at 333 West San Fernando Street, in Downtown San Jose. The development is set to open the Adobe North Tower, expanding the international software company’s already significant office presence in the city center.
New renderings have been published for a proposed 50-unit townhouse development at 166 East Fremont Avenue in Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County. The project will demolish one low-rise commercial building and renovate another on the easterly portion of the existing Fremont Corners shopping center. The San Ramon-based True Life Companies is responsible for the development.
A new affordable housing complex is now available on the market at 490 South Van Ness Avenue in Mission District, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the construction of a seven-story housing complex. Mayor London N. Breed celebrated the grand opening. Mission Housing Development Corporation (MHDC) and BRIDGE Housing are the project developers. Local architects Ankrom Moisan Architects and G7A are managing the design concepts and construction.
Construction is reaching a milestone for 200 Park Avenue, a major office tower rising in Downtown San Jose. Concrete has reached street level, with steel soon to rise toward the 300-foot pinnacle. Once complete, the project will add 840,000 square feet of rentable office space to the Silicon Valley market. The prolific Jay Paul Company is responsible for the development.
Updated plans are under review for a seven-story mixed-use proposal for 159 Fell Street in San Francisco’s Civic Center. The project is expected to add 24 for-sale units to the city’s housing market, a four-unit increase from earlier plans. Mission District-based SAK Design & Build is managing the development.