The South San Francisco Planning Commission is scheduled to meet tomorrow evening to discuss plans for Southline, a $1 Billion 28.5-acre commercial development in San Mateo County by the San Bruno BART station. City staff recommends that the commission approve the project, led by Menlo Park-based real estate developer Lane Partners with investment from Goldman Sachs.
The San Francisco Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans for a two-structure residential infill at 1721 15th Street in the Mission District’s Mission Dolores neighborhood. The project will rise six stories above 15th Street, with a rear-yard building offering four townhome-style units. Veev, a start-up based in San Mateo, is the project developer and contractor.
A residential project has been proposed at 920 San Juan in Sacramento. The project proposal includes the development of a residential community offering residences, open spaces, and onsite parking. BSB Design Inc is responsible for the design concepts. SKK Developments is the project sponsor.
Strada has filed a request for a project review meeting with city staff for 395 3rd Street, a 36-story mixed-use infill proposed in SoMa, San Francisco. The proposal would reshape an existing parking lot with 524 homes, retail, and a covered pedestrian plaza with seating for the public. Scandinavia-based Henning Larsen is the design architect.
The San Mateo Planning Commission has voted to recommend approval of expanded plans for Block 21, a mixed-use development at 500 East 3rd Street. The proposal will replace low-density buildings with six stories of offices and over a hundred housing units. Windy Hill Property Ventures is responsible for the project.