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Refined Plans for an Important Berkeley Infill Site

Refined Plans for an Important Berkeley Infill Site

The refined plans for a seven-story building to rise up to 75 feet in height upon the Berkeley Touchless Car Wash and gas station site at the intersection of Kittredge, Fulton and Oxford Streets have been drawn. And as designed by Kava Massih Architects, the proposed development – which includes... Read More »

Lake Merritt Rising: The Plans for a Grand Parking Lot Parcel with Views

Lake Merritt Rising: The Plans for a Grand Parking Lot Parcel with Views

The site of a gas station from the mid-1940s to 1991, the service station at 500 Grand Avenue was demolished in 1992, its underground storage tanks were removed, and the parcel was turned into a surface parking lot with views of Lake Merritt. But as proposed, the 500 Grand... Read More »

City Supports Contentious Redevelopment of Church Site, but…

City Supports Contentious Redevelopment of Church Site, but…

As proposed by Christian Church Homes, and much to the chagrin of neighbors, the Forest Hill Christian Church and adjacent school at 250 Laguna Honda Boulevard will be leveled and a five-story building will rise across the 1.6-acre site, with 149 units of senior housing, a 62-car garage and... Read More »

The Creative Design(s) For Developing A Big Dogpatch Block

The Creative Design(s) For Developing A Big Dogpatch Block

With an agreement in place to develop the Dogpatch parcel upon which the San Francisco Opera stores its sets, Archstone and Build Inc. are proposing a creative design for the block, breaking the 350-unit development into five buildings designed by four architects. The five distinct buildings designed by Kava... Read More »