Conditional use authorization permits have been requested for a 100-unit residential project at 1567 California Street in Polk Gulch, San Francisco. If the developers are given the CUA, the project will add a significant quantity for housing, including low-income housing, in the retail-rich and transit-accessible Polk Street thoroughfare. Southern Land Global LLC, affiliated with Shanghai Laiyi Real Estate Development, is the project sponsor.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
New planning permits have been filed to demolish a single-story commercial structure at 51 Notre Dame Avenue in Downtown San Jose. The application is filed in the wake of Acquity Realty’s proposed 21-story mixed-use tower for the same lot. The demolition application was filed by the Livermore-based civil engineering firm Kier + Wright.
The San Francisco Arts Commission has attended the first of at least four presentations to review plans to reimagine the South Ocean Beach Waterfront. The project will add new community amenities, increase accessibility, and promote habitat restoration as part of the Ocean Beach Climate Change Adaptation Project in the Lakeshore neighborhood, San Francisco. The Ocean beach development is a multi-agency collaboration between the San Francisco Recreation and Parks, Public Utilities Commission, and Public Works, with private-industry involvement from Moffatt & Nichol and MFLA.
A recently filed draft has revealed a redesign for 280 Woz Way, a two-towered office proposal expected to rise by the southern corner of downtown San Jose. The most notable design change is removing three sky bridges that connected between six levels. The first stages of construction are expected to begin later this year. Cupertino-based KT Urban is the project developer.
New permits have been filed to start excavation work to expand the San Francisco Marin Food Bank at 900 Pennsylvania Avenue on Potrero Hill, San Francisco. The new construction will provide a nearly fifty-percent increase to the built area, expanding the ability to serve those in need. The SF Marin Food Bank are the property owners, while Equity Community Builders is the project applicant to manage development.