Reduced plans have been filed for the two-tower residential proposal at 655 4th Street, located across from the Caltrain Station in SoMa, San Francisco. Since the initial application this summer, the project capacity has shrunk from 1,148 to 1,096 units. Massing for the two towers has also shifted, with one now taller than the other. Architectural details remain undepicted with massing illustrations drafted by Solomon Cordwell Buenz, though the firm has published some revealing comments from the design review findings.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
The initial environmental study has been published for the laboratory proposal of 642 Quarry Road in San Carlos, San Mateo County. The proposal will create two new office buildings and a ten-level garage. Presidio Bay Ventures is responsible for the application.
Doors are open for TL 361, a new eight-story apartment infill for San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood. 361 Turk Street has created over a hundred new micro homes using efficient construction methods and technology throughout the building to reduce the carbon footprint and overall costs. Forge Development Partners and Bridge Investment Group are joint venture partners.
The pre-application has been filed for a six-story residential project for 2127 Dwight Way in Downtown Berkeley, Alameda County. The plan combines four parcels, incorporating eight existing units into the final design. Riaz Capital is the project developer.
New building permits have been filed for the 15-story affordable senior housing at 1939 Market Street in San Francisco. The filing by Paulett Taggart Architects estimates construction to cost around $157 million. While the plans remain preliminary, the application shows progress within the planning department.