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.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
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.
A planning application has been filed for a 141-unit development at 2621 San Juan Road in North Natomas, Sacramento. The project, named Tenfold Natoma Residential Care Facility for the Elders (RCFE), will add new housing to a currently vacant lot at a relatively busy intersection. Alleghany Properties is responsible for the development as the property owner.
Hines has filed a preliminary project application revealing for the first time plans to dramatically redevelop the 3.5-acre former PG&E complex, including the tower at 77 Beale Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The proposal includes office modernization, a new residential building at 50 Main Street, and a public-oriented street level. Most dramatically, the 35-story tower will be reskinned with a curtain-wall design by Pickard Chilton.
10 South Van Ness Avenue, a proposed new skyscraper, is the 16th tallest building in the Bay Area planned or built. The 590-foot tower will add nearly a thousand new apartments to the city on top of a 1.2-acre lot in the Civic Center as part of San Francisco’s high-density planned neighborhood, The Hub. Crescent Heights is responsible for the development.