New renderings have been revealed for the historic preservation and redevelopment of 220 9th Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The most recent plans show that the project aims to create 64 homes for ownership, including a dozen units of affordable housing. W Y Developer, a small Redwood City-based firm, is responsible for the project.
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Aerial renderings have been provided for the West Oakland Mandela BART Station development, spanning 5.58 acres around 1451 7th Street. The development hopes to create new homes, a life science laboratory, thriving retail, and a network of public open spaces to reshape former surface parking into a new urban heart for the burgeoning area. The project is a joint development dubbed CHEC-SUDA-Hensel Phelps.
The preliminary project assessment application has been filed for an eleven-story residential infill at 530 Turk Street, located in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood. The application expects to benefit from the state density bonus and Cars-to-Casas ordinance, both programs to increase the amount of affordable housing. The property is currently used as a parking lot.
Brookfield Properties has announced that leasing is underway for The George, a residential tower at 434 Minna Street in SoMA, San Francisco. The 20-story apartment building is a part of the 5M development, which has changed four acres of former surface parking into a mixed-use pedestrian-oriented complex. 5M is being developed by a partnership with Brookfield and Hearst.
Several demolition permits have been filed to clear the way for 400 Divisadero Street, a residential infill at the corner of Oak Street in San Francisco’s Lower Haight neighborhood. The long-planned development is aiming to replace two car-oriented structures and low-density buildings with 186 new homes. Genesis CA Development is listed as the project developer.