Casa de la Mision has celebrated the grand opening in San Francisco’s Mission District neighborhood. Casa de la Mission is a five-story affordable housing development at 3001 24th Street. Now open, it has opened 44 new apartments intended to housing formerly-unhoused senior residents of the city. Each resident will be referred through the San Francisco Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing’s Coordinated Entry system.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
New renderings have been published along with the ongoing departmental review for a single-family dwelling at 141 Milton Street by Glen Park in College Hill, San Francisco. The project would replace a vacant lot just six minutes away from the Glen Park BART station by foot. Kevin and Patcharin Reynolds are responsible for the development as property owners.
New aerial photographs show plots almost entirely filled up after years of construction on the Wilder Subdivision, a new suburb in Orinda, Contra Costa County. It has been half a decade since the first residents moved into Wilder, a suburban project cut out of the former McCosker Ranch. At full build-out, there will be 245 single-family residences with access to communal and public amenities. Brooks Street is the master developer, via Orinda Gateway LLC, responsible for signing and planning with the city.
Permits have been filed proposing an expansion of 1950 Post Street, a residential building in San Francisco’s Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood. If approved, construction crews could add a fifth floor along with a new elevator leading to 13 new apartments. Jones Memorial Homes II occupies the property, an affordable housing program.
New plans have been filed for what could become one of the tallest towers in the Bay Area. Hines has submitted the preliminary project application for a quarter-billion-dollar residential skyscraper to rise 818 feet high at 50 Main Street in SoMa, San Francisco. 50 Main Street will be part of the 200 Mission Street Campus, Hines’ mixed-use redevelopment of the former PG&E Headquarters into housing, retail, modernized offices, and a network of public open space.