New building permits have been accepted for a new small residential building at 2526 Q Street in Midtown Sacramento. The development will produce a two-story duplex structure, doubling the residential density of the parcel. The architectural style will remain cohesive throughout the process, with design by Sacramento-based Tim Sullivan Engineering Inc.
A new medical facility has been opened for the University of California, San Francisco, at 490 Illinois Street, Mission Bay, San Francisco. The development expands upon an already-expansive campus of medical facilities run by the city university. The structure will contain the UCSF’s Wayne and Gladys Valley Center for Vision, dedicated exclusively to research, teaching, and patient care services relating to eye care.
Development permits have been filed for a new six-story mixed-use building at 6518 San Pablo Avenue in Paradise Park, Oakland. The neighborhood has been fastly redeveloped. The proposal will create nine residential units and two spots for ground-floor retail. Atomic Development Company is responsible for the project.
Permits have been filed to demolish an existing single story retail space and construct a residential building on 2420-2424 Clement Street in Outer Richmond, San Francisco. The proposed structure is a four-story residential building with twelve group housing units. SIA Consulting Corporation is managing the project.
Development permits have been filed for a 268-foot slender skyscraper at 19 North Second Street in downtown San Jose. This is the third time SF YIMBY is covering an Anderson Architects-design slender skyscraper in the Silicon Valley capital. Rising from a 9,375 square foot parcel, the structure will have a FAR of 1:19.7, making it one of the skinniest towers in the Bay Area.