Commercial new building permits have been filed, revealing plans for a four-story multi-family proposal for 3311 Broadway in Oak Park, Sacramento. The proposal would create 130 units on top of a currently vacant parcel in the Fruitridge Broadway planning area within walking distance of Midtown. A project applicant was not named on the permit.
525 Market Street is tied as the 26th tallest building in the Bay Area planned or built. The structure has a 529-foot pinnacle above SoMa, contributing over a million square feet of office space to San Francisco’s central business district. John Carl Warnecke is the architect.
A preliminary application has been filed for a new project proposed at 3801 Telegraph Avenue in Mosswood, Oakland. The project proposal includes the construction of a six-story residential building with commercial space. An existing one-story commercial building will be demolished. Real estate development firm Riaz Capital is the project developer. Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects Inc is managing the design concepts and construction.
New plans have been published for a two-story addition above the World War Two Pacific War Memorial Hall at 809 Sacramento Street in Chinatown, San Francisco. The development would create a two-story addition containing a three-bedroom dwelling unit. Nie Yang Architects is managing the development and design.
The building application has been filed for review for the six-story affordable housing proposal at 2001 Ashby Avenue in South Berkeley. The project is expecting to add 87 new units to the East Bay housing market, with twelve units reserved for formerly unhoused residents. RCD Housing is responsible for the development, which will be named Maudelle Miller Shirek Community Building in honor of the late activist, vice-mayor, and eight-term member of the city council.