One of the largest construction projects in San Francisco has officially topped out. 415 Natoma Street, the 395-foot office tower in the 5M Development, has peaked, and the facade is going up. 5M, named for…
Articles by Andrew Nelson
Residential building permits have been filed for a new mixed-use structure at 3651 Foothill Boulevard in Oakland’s Fruitvale neighborhood. The four-story proposal will include 15 new residential units, ranging in size from one to two bedrooms. All dwellings will be sold as affordable housing.
Following an unusual permit for 900 7th Street in Mission Bay, as covered by SF YIMBY last week, recent news has broken that the application is a proposed new distribution center for Amazon. The tech giant has reportedly purchased the lot for $200 million. Amazon’s proposed Logistics Facility will replace Recology’s proposed mixed-use 470-550-unit project designed by SOM.
Renderings are out for the planned eight-story residential development at 2590 Bancroft Way, Southside, Berkeley. The residential project will border the UC Berkeley campus, located immediately across from Hearst Gymnasium, between Bowditch Street and Telegraph Avenue. Ruegg & Ellsworth are the property owners.
A preliminary review package has revealed plans for a dramatic rehabilitation of the iconic Bank of Italy Tower at 12 South 1st Street in Downtown San Jose. While the structure is currently actively operating as an office building, the ground level remains vacant. Plans include modern office space, outdoor terraces, retail, and a music venue. Design is by Bjarke Ingels Group and RMW Architecture, with Urban Community and Vancouver-based Westbank as developers.