A new mixed-use project has been proposed for development at 3711 Marysville Boulevard in Sacramento. The project proposal includes the construction of a new mixed-use project offering spaces for residential and retail uses.
Berkeley is starting the environmental review process for the Hub, a 26-story residential tower at 2128 Oxford Street in Downtown Berkeley, Alameda County. The proposal is one of the tallest in the city’s development pipeline, with 485 student-oriented rental units overlooking the western edge of UC Berkeley’s campus. Core Spaces is the project developer.
Renovation work is wrapping up for what will become the only new hotel to open in San Francisco’s Financial District. The former Le Méridien at 333 Battery Street was purchased by KHP Capital Partners for $221 million in 2021 and is expected to open later this year as the Jay Hotel. The 25-story hotel first opened in 1989 with the architecture by John Portman & Associates.
Plans for a new Life Science campus dubbed Gilman Gateway in Northwest Berkeley have been pushed closer to reality. Public records show that 16 parcels have been purchased for a total of $49 million, culminating in roughly ten acres. IQHQ and Spur Capital Partners have partnered as joint developers.
The City of Oakland has approved plans for a five-story apartment complex to rise by the MacArthur BART Station at 3801 Telegraph Avenue in the Mosswood neighborhood. The development is expected to create 110 new units, including 20 affordable apartments, at the corner of Telegraph Avenue and West MacArthur Boulevard. Oakland-based Riaz Capital is the developer.