The Final Development Plan has been published for the Emeryville Public Market, a life sciences development in Emeryville, Alameda County. The master vision includes a 160-foot office block, a garage, and a new public park connected to Amtrak with an elevated walkway. The proposal is a joint development by Oxford Properties and City Center Realty Partners.
A new multi-unit residential project has been proposed for development at 2549-2599 Arena Boulevard in Sacramento. The project proposal includes the construction of 12 three-story buildings consisting of 282 condominiums on a site located within the Arena Corporate Center Planned Unit Development (PUD). IDEArc Architecture & Planning is responsible for the designs. Canyon Park Studio is the landscape architect.
The preliminary project application will be reviewed today with the San Bruno City Council. The 44-acre masterplan led by Alexandria Real Estate Equities will reshape the existing BART-connected mall with new retail, homes, and a life science campus. The plans have been able to move ahead since Alexandria purchased the final necessary parcel of land in February of this year. The total cost for the 44-acre San Mateo County campus was just under $330 million.
The San Jose Planning Commission is scheduled to review updated plans for the Icon-Echo mixed-use development in Downtown San Jose, Santa Clara County. The proposal will create apartments, offices, and retail split between two towers across from City Hall and the recently-complete MIRO Towers. Urban Catalyst is the project developer.
The Klamath Ferry Boat has been secured to Pier 9, opening the latest addition to San Francisco’s Northern Waterfront neighborhood along the Embarcadero. The nearly one-hundred-year-old decommissioned passenger ship is now open as a public gathering space and the new headquarters for the Bay Area Council.