New illustrations have been revealed for an 18-unit residential project at 313-333 Burnett Avenue in Twin Peaks, San Francisco. The two-structure project will rise from a hilly parcel with three floors above street level and six more floors below. EE Weiss Architects is the project architect.
New building permits have been filed for a multi-family housing development at 401 1st Avenue in Upper Land Park, Sacramento. The application comes after Design Review files were approved by the Sacramento Planning Commission in late April this year. The proposal includes the development of an apartment complex around an open courtyard and commerical retail space. REgroup, the Sacramento-based architecture firm, is managing the project.
The draft supplemental environmental impact report has been published for the Middlefield Park master plan, a dense mixed-use development with 1,900 new homes and offices planned in Mountain View, Santa Clara County. The document will be available for public comment from now until early June for review by the Mountain View Community Development Department. Google is responsible for the project as the property owner, with Lendlease as the developer and sponsor.
New plans have been published for a four-story residential infill at 237 Sanchez Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. The project will replace a two-story home with five new homes. Tony Phan is the property owner and is responsible for the application.
Urban Catalyst and partner Thang Do have purchased 60 Stockton Avenue, the second and final parcel for Apollo in San Jose. The Apollo will rise 19 stories from 1.12 acres next to the SAP Center and San Jose Diridon Station. Once complete, it will add 472 new homes by mass transit and the core of Google’s Downtown West masterplan.