Plans for an infill residential development are expected to be approved by the San Francisco Planning commission later today. The proposal will be at 811 Valencia Street in the Mission District, San Francisco, and includes the demolition of the single-story commercial building occupied by the Phoenix Irish pub. In its place will rise a six-story mixed-use structure with 18 units. SIA Consulting will be responsible for development and design.
New building permits have been filed for a mixed-use building at 714 14th Street in the Mansion Flats neighborhood of downtown Sacramento. The lot is less than ten minutes from the city’s central California State Capitol Park. The project will add both residential and small-scale office space to an active neighborhood currently covered with surface parking.
Developers are planning for a new hotel to rise at 447 Battery Street in San Francisco’s Financial District. Sponsored by 447 Partners LLC, the proposal will take a three-story commercial building, retain its historic brick facade, and build an 18-story mixed-use tower. It will be primarily used as a hotel, though nine residential units and ground-floor retail will be included. The proposal will be going to the city’s Historic Preservation Commission at 12:30 pm today, with streaming online options.
New building permits have been filed for six single-family residences at the Gale Ranch development in San Ramon, Contra Costa County. Located between 201 and 225 Zinnia Court, the houses will be a part of the Serena at Gale Ranch neighborhood, developed by the Toll Brothers firm. Five of the six homes have already been sold, with the sixth currently available for purchase.
New building permits have been filed for seven multi-unit houses at 134-150 Porter and 113-115 Roscoe Street in the Bernal Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. Dubbed Bernal Heights South Development, the project will produce twenty new apartments. Schaub Ly Architects will be responsible for the design. While the proposal is within the Bernal Heights neighborhood, it is seven blocks away from the famed Bernal Heights park.