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Proposed Mid-Market Infill Tower and Its Frontages Newly Rendered

Proposed Mid-Market Infill Tower and Its Frontages Newly Rendered

As newly rendered by SCB, along with a generic massing for the massive 5M project, the proposed infill tower to rise on Nordstrom’s underdeveloped parking lot parcel at 469 Stevenson Street would now measure 284 feet in height. As we first reported earlier this week, while the tower’s proposed... Read More »

Less Height, More Density for Proposed Tower to Rise Right Here

Less Height, More Density for Proposed Tower to Rise Right Here

While plans for a new Mid-Market tower to rise on Nordstrom’s underdeveloped parking lot parcel at 469 Stevenson Street continue to move forward, it would appear as though the expected height of said tower has been reduced by 22 percent. Originally envisioned to rise up to 366 feet in... Read More »

Refined Design for Taller Oakland Tower

Refined Design for Taller Oakland Tower

With an extra 15 feet of height and an additional 19 units approved last month, the final design review for the now 452-unit tower approved to rise up to 395 feet in height at 1900 Broadway, adjacent to the historic Tapscott Building in Uptown Oakland, which is to be... Read More »

More Height, Less Parking, New Design for Approved Oakland Tower

More Height, Less Parking, New Design for Approved Oakland Tower

Plans for a 33-story building with 345 apartments to rise up to 330 feet in height at 1900 Broadway, adjacent to the historic Tapscott Building in Uptown Oakland, which is to be remodeled and incorporated into the project, were approved back in 2015. An increase to allow for 36... Read More »

Detailed Plans for a ‘Creative’ Uptown Oakland Tower

Detailed Plans for a ‘Creative’ Uptown Oakland Tower

Speaking of proposed towers to rise in Oakland, the detailed plans for a 27-story “creative office building,” with an oxidized metal frame, trim and finishes, to rise up to 465 feet in height upon the entire Uptown block bounded by West Grand, Telegraph, 22nd and Valley will be presented... Read More »

Destination Waterfront Hotel Slated for Approval in the East Bay

Destination Waterfront Hotel Slated for Approval in the East Bay

The final development permit for a proposed waterfront hotel to rise up to 67 feet and six stories in height on the Jack London Square parcel known as F3, behind which a proposed 326-unit building is slated to rise up to eight stories on the parcel known as F2,... Read More »

Waylaid Rincon Hill Development Slated for Approval, Again

Waylaid Rincon Hill Development Slated for Approval, Again

Approved for development back in 2009 but subsequently waylaid by a successful appeal to San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors, an appeal which was championed by neighbors in the adjacent building (Baycrest) concerned about a loss of light and views, not to mention values, for their condos and pool, the... Read More »

Proposed SoMa Tower Sheds 100 Feet of Height

Proposed SoMa Tower Sheds 100 Feet of Height

With Planning having balked at the proposed height of a 350-foot-tall tower to rise at 636 4th Street, upon the former K&L Wine Merchants building parcel which is currently only zoned for development up to 85 feet in height but is slated to be up-zoned to 250-feet if San... Read More »

Designs for a Destination Waterfront Hotel

Designs for a Destination Waterfront Hotel

With the proposed 326-unit building to rise up to eight stories in height on the Jack London Square parcel known as “F2” softly rendered in the background, the design for a proposed waterfront hotel to rise up to 67 feet in height on the adjacent parcel known as “F3”... Read More »

Proposed 454-Unit Mid-Market Tower Massed

Proposed 454-Unit Mid-Market Tower Massed

As we first reported last week, plans to build up to 454 units of housing upon the underdeveloped Mid-Market parking lot at 469 Stevenson Street, which is currently owned by Nordstrom, are in the works. As we also noted at the time, while the site is currently only zoned... Read More »