Building permits have been filed to partially demolish the existing burnt-out structure at 659 Union Street, also known as the Verdi Building, in North Beach, San Francisco. Crews will remove a 50-foot section of the brick wall at the rear of the structure ahead of construction plans, including restoration of much of the fire-damaged brick facade, new housing, and retail. Red Bridge Partners is responsible for the development.
A new residential project has taken shape and form at 3411 Adeline Street in Ashby Avenue in Berkeley. The project proposal includes the construction of a new six-unit multifamily residential building. The site housed a four-story residential building. Previously, different permits were filed in order to approve some alterations. BBG Real Estate Services is the project applicant.
A new design has been published for a park at 11th and Natoma in SoMa, San Francisco. The nearly half-acre site will be reimagined into a new open space for the growing neighborhood, especially for future residents at The Hub. SF Recreation and Parks Department is the project manager.
A couple of residential projects have been proposed for development in Sacramento Avenue in West Sacramento. The project proposals include the construction of three multi-family residential buildings. LPMD Architects is responsible for the design concepts.
The Entitlement Application has been filed for a seven-story apartment project at 2130 J Street in Boulevard Park, Sacramento. The proposal aims to replace a surface parking lot within walking distance of Downtown Sacramento with 91 homes above ground-level retail. Stonebridge Properties is the property owner and sponsor.