Demolition permits have been filed for the existing two-story building at 531 Bryant Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The existing brick structure will be replaced by a six-story mixed-use project giving a small office space in the city. Handel Architects is responsible for the eye-catching design.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
Demolition permits have been filed for 1116 18th Street in Midtown Sacramento. The process will remove an existing single-story warehouse structure to accommodate a future seven-story mixed-use project with 19 apartments, retail, and offices. SKK Developments is responsible for the proposal.
Plans are moving through the San Francisco planning department for the proposed four-story residential development at 1099 Dolores Street on the border of San Francisco’s Mission District and Noe Valley. Winder Gibson Architects is managing…
The City of Sacramento and the Sacramento Kings have announced plans to replace the basketball team’s vacated home, the Sleep Train Arena, with a new 400-bed medical facility for California Northstate University. Located in the Natomas area north of downtown, the sports arena will be demolished and replaced with a building designed by San Francisco-based Fong & Chan Architects.
Updated permits have been filed for a proposed mixed-use development at 3206 Broadway in Oak Park, Sacramento. The project would fill a vacant parcel with a three-story structure, contributing 21 new apartments to the neighborhood. HRGA Architecture is responsible for the design.