Preliminary project applications have been filed seeking the approval of a new library branch at 100 Orizaba Avenue in Ocean View, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of a new library branch on a vacant property lot. San Francisco Public Library is the property owner.
Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco has announced applications will be accepted starting Tuesday, February 22nd, for eight affordable homes in 36 Amber Drive in Diamond Heights, San Francisco. The period will last until April 22nd. Applicants must attend the virtual information session led by the non-profit, with one scheduled for tomorrow.
The new pre-application permit has been filed, indicating development progress for the proposed apartment complex at 111 Independence Drive in Menlo Park, San Mateo County. The proposal will rise eight floors, adding 105 new homes, of which over a dozen will be affordable. SP Menlo LLC, run by Menlo Park resident Sateez Kadivar, is the project developer.
The mixed-use wellness center at 1245 McKay Avenue in West Alameda has made progression. The project proposal includes the development of a two-story primary care facility with onsite amenities. The project will provide medical beds, patient care, and residential amenities within an existing senior housing building. The new construction will happen alongside permanent supportive housing, though under separate permits. Alameda Point Collaborative is the property owner. Equity Community Builders is the project developer. Ankrom Moisan Architects is responsible for the design.
Construction work is wrapping up for Forma, the 24-story residential tower at 2016 Telegraph Avenue in Downtown Oakland. The structure adds 223 new units to the city, which are unambiguously market rate, with studios starting at $2,690 per month and three-bedroom penthouses for $13,190 per month. Holland Partner Group is responsible for the development after taking over plans by Lane Partners.