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Construction Expected To Start This Year for 30 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco

30 Van Ness Avenue, design by Solomon Cordwell Buenz . Rendering by Steelblue30 Van Ness Avenue, design by Solomon Cordwell Buenz . Rendering by Steelblue

The San Francisco Planning Department has released the mitigation measures document for the 30 Van Ness Avenue construction process as Lendlease confirms with SFYIMBY they are working to start construction this year. The 47-story addition to the Civic Center will bring market-rate apartments, low-income units, retail, and new office space less than ten minutes away from BART on foot. Lendlease is the project developer.

30 Van Ness Avenue west elevation, illustration by Solomon Cordwell Buenz

30 Van Ness Avenue west elevation, illustration by Solomon Cordwell Buenz

The structure has a rooftop height of 520 feet, though extra architectural features rise to a maximum height of 540 feet above street-level. The built area spans 818,200 square feet, with 468,300 square feet for residential use, 234,100 square feet for offices, 20,920 square feet for retail, and 1,560 square feet for public open space. The parking garage is roughly 40,000 square feet with a capacity for 151 vehicles thanks to multiple car stackers.

30 Van Ness Avenue podium elevation, design by Solomon Cordwell Buenz

30 Van Ness Avenue podium elevation, design by Solomon Cordwell Buenz

Solomon Cordwell Buenz is the project architect. The podium will be clad with a grid of off-white glass fiber reinforced concrete described in planning documents as a ‘linen’ color with medium bronze-tone metal accents. Off-white metal panels, matching with the podium, will be used on the tower. The project is targeting LEED Platinum certification.

The firm describes the facade as “detailed with delicate twists and features a prominently chiseled corner…At the top of the tower, six residential units open onto a series of private terraces.”

30 Van Ness Avenue multipurpose space concept, design by Solomon Cordwell Buenz

30 Van Ness Avenue multipurpose space concept, design by Solomon Cordwell Buenz

The building’s ground floor will be packed with several purposes. The Market Street-facing office lobby will link with a 5,650 square foot multi-purpose space with a mezzanine and a two-story-high ceiling. Three spots for retail will service the room and its copious tables and concrete stadium seating. Renderings show a restaurant, coffee stand, and florist as potential businesses to set up shop.

30 Van Ness Avenue residential lobby, design by Solomon Cordwell Buenz

30 Van Ness Avenue residential lobby, design by Solomon Cordwell Buenz

Residents will find their lobby on Van Ness, from which residents can access a bicycle storage room, with a capacity for 168 office worker bikes and 84 resident bikes. At the corner intersection with Van Ness and Fell Street, another 4,000 square foot retail shop. The building’s loading bays and access to the below-grade parking will face toward Fell Street.

30 Van Ness Avenue floor plan use, illustration by Solomon Cordwell Buenz

30 Van Ness Avenue floor plan use, illustration by Solomon Cordwell Buenz

There will be 333 apartments, with 28 studios, 97 one-bedrooms, 161 two-bedrooms, and 47 three-bedroom units. 83 of the units will be sold below market-rate. Residential amenities will span across the entire tenth floor, on top of the 130-foot tall podium. Three outdoor balconies will offer lounging space, outdoor dining tables, and a dog run. The interior space will be divided between a fitness center, a coworking lounge, a socializing room, a solarium, and a game room.

30 Van Ness Avenue overall building aerial view, with One Oak and a massing of 10 South Van Ness at the left of the image, design by Solomon Cordwell Buenz

30 Van Ness Avenue overall building aerial view, with One Oak and a massing of 10 South Van Ness at the left of the image, design by Solomon Cordwell Buenz

New building permits estimate construction costs to be a minimum of $244 million and last 44 months from ground-breaking to completion. Excavation will remove approximately 51,000 cubic yards of earth. The 2018-signed development agreement shows the project could contribute as much as $12 million to fund affordable housing and up to $5.9 million to support transportation city-wide.

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7 Comments on "Construction Expected To Start This Year for 30 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco"

  1. Now that’s how you design a podium!

  2. This will dramatically change the view looking down Market Street from atop Twin Peaks, and for the better. All of this new Civic Center construction is creating another visual focal point for the city and skyline.

  3. So, is this condo or rental? I see apartment and then it says units sold at market rate? A bit confusing. The tower and podium are nice, but to tower does seem to be just ‘plopped’ on. I’d shift the tower to better anchor the corner.

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  5. Randall Paranada | April 12, 2022 at 7:02 am | Reply

    How do I apply for a Studio or 1Br Apartment or Confominium at BMR rate and when and where do I go to apply? Looking to buy or rent if affordable! Very nice building

  6. Has this started construction? They were doing good progress at least with the demolition but now it looks like it stopped. What is going on?

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