Plans for developing a mixed-use project have made progression at 3214 24th Street in Mission District, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of a three-story mixed-use structure offering spaces for residential and retail uses. The project requires the demolition of an existing one-story building on the site. CMD Architecture is responsible for the designs.
The environmental review process is kicking off for a seven-story residential development at 380 North 1st Street in San Jose, Santa Clara County. The proposal, near the northern edge of Downtown San Jose, will replace a two-story commercial structure with 118 homes, including 18 affordable units. Msasa Properties LLC, an anonymous company, is the project applicant.
Construction has started for the four-story affordable housing complex at 231 Grant Avenue in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The project will open 110 units for teachers, school district staff, and their families, including staff in Santa Clara County and several southern San Mateo County school districts. The project has been a joint venture between Abode Communities and Mercy Housing.
The City of Berkeley has approved the SB35 application for 3120 Shattuck Avenue in South Berkeley, Alameda County. This paves the way for the applicant to receive a streamlined ministerial review for the proposed eight-story permanently affordable housing proposal to be called Woolsey Gardens. NorCal Community Land Trust is responsible for the application.
New plans have been published for a four-story apartment infill at 8647 Folsom Boulevard in Sacramento’s College-Glen neighborhood. The project will reshape two and a half acres with 83 townhome-style residences and retail. SNL Holding LLC is listed as the property owner, having purchased the site in 2017 for over $1.1 million.