Permits have been filed for mixed adaptive reuse of 2630 5th Street in the Upper Land Park neighborhood of Sacramento. The development will transform the vacant brick structure into a market building with attached apartments. Once complete, it will go by the name, ‘The Market Club at the Mill.’ The Market Club Investors LLC owns the building, with Abbott Taylor Architecture responsible for the design.
Building permits have been filed for a duplex at 1423-1425 20th Street in Sacramento’s Midtown neighborhood. The structure will yield a combined 4,014 square feet. The first unit will contain 1,800 units, with 2,200 square feet for the other. GRAber-Rasmussen Architects is responsible for the design.
New building permits have been filed for a four-story mixed-use building at 3515 Mission Street in the Bernal Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. The development will produce four new residential units. A ground-floor commercial retail space will be included. The developer was not listed on public documents.
New building permits have been filed for 150 Kingston Street in the Bernal Heights neighborhood of San Francisco, two blocks from 3515 Mission Street, also covered today by SFYIMBY. Once approved, the proposal will bring two units to what is currently a single-family house. Frank Worsley, the building owner, is responsible for the development.
Workshop1 has filed development permits for a new residential project at 3855 West Street in North Oakland’s Longfellow neighborhood. The project will add seven townhouse-style buildings, totaling 13,800 square feet, on a corner parcel two blocks away from the MacArthur BART station. Workshop1 is not just in charge of developing. They are also the full owners, architects, and real estate broker of 3855 West Street.