The City of San Jose has approved plans for a 30-story residential tower to rise at 605 South Second Street in Downtown San Jose. With a rooftop height of 285 feet, the building will be among the tallest in a city whose height limit is heavily regulated by the FAA. Roygbiv Real Estate, a low-profile firm with high ambitions, is responsible for the project.
Plans are under review for a five-story mixed-use project at 435 East 3rd Street in Downtown San Mateo, San Mateo County. Windy Hill Property Ventures is responsible for the development as the property owner. The development will create office space and five new homes as part of the developer’s extensive plans east of the San Mateo train tracks.
Permits have been filed seeking the approval of new single-family homes at 1036 Neal Road, Sacramento. The project proposal includes the division of a parcel with two single-unit dwellings into eight parcel to develop five single-family detached homes. Aras Design & Construction, Inc is the project applicant.
Yet another high-rise proposal demonstrates the gravitational pull for Diridon Station and Google’s Downtown West project in San Jose. Steinberg Hart and Imwalle Properties have announced plans for 250 Stockton Avenue, a 16-story office tower, to replace a single-story commercial structure within walking distance of the future end-of-line for the Silicon Valley BART extension. The proposal aims to capitalize on the district’s urban qualities and access to public transit.
New renderings have been filed for a 100% affordable housing development at 2530 18th Street in San Francisco’s Mission District neighborhood. The eight-story project will expand the Homeless Prenatal Program facilities and create 73 new homes. HPP is the property owner, represented by the Equity Community Builders. Mercy Housing is the developer.