The Cupertino Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans for a low-rise residential infill at 1655 South De Anza Boulevard. The plan will create 34 homes, including 11 three-story townhomes and 23 apartment units in the largest multifamily structure. Propriis is the project sponsor, filing through Prospect Ventures LLC.
New plans are scheduled to be reviewed today for an eight-story laboratory and garage at 1499 Bayshore Highway in Burlingame, San Mateo County. The filing comes nearly four years after the city approved an 11-story hotel for the same property. The new development is a joint venture with King Street Properties and Helios Real Estate Partners.
Modified plans have been filed for the eight-story mixed-use infill at 1598 University Avenue in Central Berkeley, Alameda County. The application will now create 207 units, down three from the initial plan, with 21 affordable apartments. NX Ventures is the project applicant.
Construction has been proposed for a group housing at 1196 Columbus Avenue in North Beach, San Francisco. The project proposal includes construction of a new six-story residential building. The project requires the existing commercial building on the site to be demolished. Linden Station Columbus, LLC is the building owner. Elevation Architects is responsible for the design concepts.
Permits have been approved for a five-story residential infill at 7954 MacArthur Boulevard in Eastmont, Oakland. The project will create 40 affordable housing units for residents aged 62 and older above ground-floor retail. Community Housing Development Corporation of North Richmond is the project applicant, while Kingdom Builders Christian Fellowship is the sponsor.