Permits have been filed for the residential expansion of an existing building at 4122 17th Street in Corona Heights, San Francisco. The project would expand horizontally and vertically, adding a new unit and renovating the interiors. James Skelton of _EDIT, a San Francisco-based architecture firm, manages the design.
Construction work is finishing up on Google’s Charleston East, a canopy-covered bespoke office building designed by two international architecture firms, Bjarke Ingels Group and Heatherwick Studios. The 111-foot tall project is located at 2000 North Shoreline Boulevard, by the Mountain View waterfront and across from the Shoreline Amphitheatre and the Googleplex. Google’s parent company, Alphabet, is the project owner.
The Draft Environmental Impact Report has been published for the five-story research and development proposal at 1350 Adams Court in Menlo Park, San Mateo County. The publication starts a roughly six-week period where city staff is soliciting public comments on the draft report for the life sciences project. Tarlton Properties is the project developer.
Development permits have been filed seeking the approval of remodeling at 506 S Street in Sacramento. The project proposal includes the development of new residential spaces. Indie Capital is the property owner. Johnsen Schmaling Architects is repsonsible for the design concepts.
New renderings have been published for Menlo Flats, an eight-story residential infill located at 165 Jefferson Drive in Menlo Park, San Mateo County. The project will replace a single-story office building with housing, offices, public open space, and parking. Greystar is responsible for the application, filing through Menlo Park Flats Venture LLC.