New planning applications have been filed to begin the design review of three buildings from phase one of the Potrero Power Station mega-development in Dogpatch, San Francisco. Planning documents show the internationally acclaimed London-based Foster + Partners is the architect of Blocks 7A and 8, with block 7B by Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects. Associate Capital’s California Barrel Company LLC is managing the development of the 5.3 million square foot project.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
The Freedom West 2.0 developer team has filed a Preliminary Project Assessment application for the mixed-use Freedom West development at 710 McAllister Street in the Fillmore District of San Francisco. New documents provide greater insight and information about the $2 billion mixed-use expansion of the existing 382-unit non-profit housing co-op. This includes plans for residents to retain ownership while moving into market-rate quality units at no additional cost or rise in co-op fees. The Freedom West Homes Corporation is joined by the project sponsor MacFarlane Partners and Avanath Capital Management as the Freedom West 2.0 joint development team.
New plans are currently under review for a fifty-percent increase of housing in a proposed residential building at 4712-4720 3rd Street in Bayview, San Francisco. The revision of plans uses the HOME-SF, the city’s local density bonus program, and increases the 13-unit proposal to 21 units with affordable housing. The San Francisco-based CTW Home Improvement Inc owner is responsible for the developer as the property owner.
New building permits have been filed for a multi-purpose adaptive reuse of a commercial building at 952-960 Howard Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The development more than doubles the built area on-site while shifting the building use from primarily industrial to primarily offices. Oakland-based oWow is the project developer and property owner.
Equity Community Builders have applied to receive an entitlement for the mixed-use Alameda Wellness Center at 1245 McKay Avenue, West Alameda. The project will provide fifty medical beds and patient care, and residential amenities to connect with an existing senior housing building and is being developed alongside permanent supportive housing, though under separate permits. Alameda Point Collaborative is the property owner.