Construction has finished for Google’s first mass-timber office at 1265 Borregas Avenue in Moffett Park, Sunnyvale. The site is now adorned by Mothership, a two-ton sculpture by Mike Whiting that pays homage to the original Atari headquarters that preceded the new office. The project is one of the first in the Bay Area to use the burgeoning sustainable construction material.
New plans have been filed for the T20 Lofts, a residential infill at 1924 T Street in Poverty Ridge, Sacramento. The project will demolish a single-story commercial structure to build 36 homes. BlackPine Communities is the project developer.
The City of San Francisco has published a certificate of determination to streamline the environmental review process of the 35-story residential tower planned at 395 3rd Street in SoMa. The document summarizes findings that inform the decision, including details about the foundation reaching bedrock. Strada Investment Group is the project developer.
Santa Clara City Planning Commission has granted approval mixed-use development proposed by Google in Mountain View, Santa Clara County. The project proposal includes the development of a large-scale property lot with thousands of residences, open space, public spaces, and office spaces. The site is occupied by 69 buildings. Demolition will be required for all but one of the existing structures.
LMN Architects and TEF Design have been selected to design the new Diego Rivera theater on the City College of San Francisco campus. The project will become a community cultural center and the home of its namesake’s iconic Pan-American Unity mural. Today, the mural is on display for the public in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.