A project review meeting has been requested for a four-story residential development at 1645 Jones Street in Nob Hill, San Francisco. The proposal would add four dwelling units on top of a currently vacant lot. Taller apartment complexes surround the property. EAG Studio is responsible for the design.
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Developers have requested a preliminary review for a 25-story mixed-use tower at 98 South 2nd Street in Downtown San Jose. The proposal will make adaptive re-use of the existing brick facade that had housed Cinebar, a local mainstay lost to a four-alarm fire in January of 2021. San Jose-based contractor Swenson Builders is responsible for the application via Green Valley Corporation.
The development team has requested a project review meeting with the San Francisco planning department regarding expanded plans for a ten-story residential development with affordable housing at 2588 Mission Street in the Mission District. After California increased the State Density Bonus program from 35% to 50% this year, the proposal now includes 182 units, greater than previous plans for 148 units. San Francisco-based Ian Birchall and Associates is responsible for the architecture.
The 25th tallest skyscraper in San Francisco planned or built is One Front Street. The distinctive Shell-Haus-inspired office tower opened in the Financial District in 1979 between Battery and Market Street. One Front Street, formerly known as Shaklee Terraces, rises 538 feet tall above street level with design by Skidmore Owings & Merrill.
A project review meeting has been requested to consider plans for two five-story duplexes at 144 Laidley Street in Glen Park, San Francisco. The development would replace an existing single-family building with four new units. EYRC Architects is responsible for the design.