A new residential project has been proposed for development at 1950 Juliesse Avenue in Sacramento. The project proposal includes the construction of eleven residential units.
Development permits have been issued for the supportive housing portion of 821 Pine Street in West Oakland. Holliday Development is responsible for the project. Lowney Architecture is responsible for the designs, with David Baker Architects leading the master development plan. Miller Company is responsible for landscape architecture.
The City of South San Francisco has published a notice of preparation of the Draft Environmental Impact Report for the rest of the Terminal Court research campus in South San Francisco, San Mateo County. The project will reshape the former Golden Gate Produce terminal next to U.S. 101 and near the San Bruno BART Station. Steelwave is the project developer.
The developers behind a proposed senior affordable housing project along the Great Highway are holding a public meeting tonight at the South Sunset Community Center. The event will be held tonight, November 8th, between 6-8PM at 2601 40th Avenue in San Francisco. Speaking with YIMBY, a representative for the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation shared that the proposal is “very early in the development process,” with more community meeting opportunities expected to occur early next year. TNDC and Self-Help for the Elderly are jointly responsible for the plan.
Juno Realty Partners has resubmitted competing plans for housing at 3997 Fabian Way in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The two entitlements reflect previous plans by the developer for 292 or 350 units. The project made the news earlier this year as one of the first applications in the Bay Area to invoke the Builder’s Remedy for the 350-apartment version.