Demolition permits have been filed for the existing single-story terminal building of Transbay Block 2 at 200 Folsom Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The permit was proceeded by new building permits from mid-November of last year for two future affordable housing developments with a total of 335 homes. The city’s planning department has yet to issue the permits to both developer, Mercy Housing, and the Chinatown Community Development Center.
The San Ramon Planning Department is scheduled to review plans to redevelop the former Chevron headquarters at 6001 Bollinger Canyon Road with a mixed-use neighborhood in San Ramon, Contra Costa County. The public study session will reshape the 92-acre campus, though details are preliminary. Sunset Development, the owner of Bishop Ranch, is responsible for the application.
Development permits have been filed seeking the approval of a residential project proposed for construction at 952 International Boulevard in Oakland. The project proposal includes the conversion of a warehouse into a multi-family building offering spaces for live-work units, parking, and rooftop terrace. CALCAP Lending is the project developer.
Foundation work is nearly complete, with concrete reaching ground level for the North Building at Platform 16 in Downtown San Jose, Santa Clara County. With Devcon nearly through the slowest phase of construction, the project will soon start to materialize the 1.1 million square feet of new office space by the city’s regional transit hub, Diridon Station. The development is a joint venture with Boston Properties, TMG Partners, and Valley Oak Partners.
Plans have been published for two eight-story buildings at 668 East Third Avenue with housing and offices in San Mateo, San Mateo County. The development, named Post + Beam, will include 59 homes and a large mass-timber office block four blocks from the San Mateo Caltrain Station. Oakland-based Harvest Properties is the project developer.