The City of Sacramento and the Sacramento Kings have announced plans to replace the basketball team’s vacated home, the Sleep Train Arena, with a new 400-bed medical facility for California Northstate University. Located in the Natomas area north of downtown, the sports arena will be demolished and replaced with a building designed by San Francisco-based Fong & Chan Architects.
Five months after the proposal was shared, the multi-family housing at 2400 Adeline Street in McClymonds, Oakland gets approval from the Oakland Planning Commission. The project proposal includes the demolition of a commercial building and the construction of a five-story residential building. KTGY Architects, Signature Development Group, and Ripley Designs are managing the concept and design of this project.
Updated permits have been filed for a proposed mixed-use development at 3206 Broadway in Oak Park, Sacramento. The project would fill a vacant parcel with a three-story structure, contributing 21 new apartments to the neighborhood. HRGA Architecture is responsible for the design.
The 29th tallest building in the Bay Area planned or built is 706 Mission Street, the nearly complete residential building operated by Four Seasons Private Residences in SoMa, San Francisco. The skyscraper tops out at 510 feet to be the tallest building in the region actively under construction since activity on the Oceanwide Center was halted last year. Westbrook Partners is responsible for the development through 706 Mission Street Co LLC.
Demolition crews have cleared much of the three structures at 2750 19th Street to make way for a proposed mixed-use building in San Francisco’s Mission District. The brick wall facade is being preserved and will be integrated into the future project, named Fitzgerald. Align Real Estate is responsible for the development.