Further plans were filed for a 16-story apartment complex at Rockridge Geotechnical’s 955 Sansome Street site in San Francisco. These new plans increased the residential capacity of the building to 102 units, 16 of which will be designated as affordable for households making up to 80% of the Area Median Income. The development will also contain ~3,000 square feet of ground-level retail space, and other amenities include a fitness center, third-floor rear yard, and storage space.
Plans have been approved for a multi-structure residential development at Rockridge Geotechnical’s site at 123 Independence Drive in Menlo Park. The structure will create 432 units, which consist of 316 rental units and 116 townhome-style apartments, and 66 of these will be designated as affordable. Parking will be included on-site, and the complex will have an abundance of landscaped open space.
Construction is back underway for the five-story, 73-room Hotel MOHI at 17470 Monterey Highway in Morgan Hill, one of Rockridge Geotechnical’s sites. During the COVID pandemic, the two-story, partially constructed structure was turned into an outdoor restaurant. Even with the building changing functions back to a hotel, it will still include a ~3,800-square-foot market, ~2,400-square-foot restaurant, ~3,600-square-foot bar, and ~8,800-square-foot banquet hall. Other amenities include an outdoor patio, courtyard, spa, and lounge.