Development permits have now been filed for the 20-story mass-timber proposal for 1523 Harrison Street in Downtown Oakland, Alameda County. The project would be the tallest mass-timber tower in the State, with 269 homes directly across from 1510 Webster Street. Both projects are being developed and designed by oWow.
Construction has topped out for the six-story mixed-use infill at 1580 Pacific Avenue in Nob Hill, San Francisco. The project will create over four dozen homes and retail in the center of a hopping retail-rich neighborhood parallel to the newly-opened Van Ness Avenue bus rapid transit line. JS Sullivan Development is responsible for the project.
Earlier this week, Mayor London N. Breed announced that San Francisco has been awarded more than $117 million in funding from the California Department of Housing and Community (HCD) for developing three affordable housing projects in the city. The support was provided by the California Housing Accelerator Fund, which was seeded with a $1.75 billion investment from the federal American Rescue Plan Act.
The San Jose City College has broken ground on the Career Education Center facility, a flagship expansion for the campus in San Jose. Once complete, the building will provide a centralized destination for student programs, services, and community space. Steinberg Hart is responsible for the design.
Commercial new building permits have been filed for a three-story affordable housing project at 3900 Broadway in Oak Park, Sacramento. The project will be a dedicated facility for senior housing. Related Companies, a prominent national firm, is the project developer.