Articles by Andrew Nelson

Modern Prairie townhouses for Edgeview at the Cove, drawing by JDA

Permits Filed for Edgeview At the Cove Townhomes in Natomas, Sacramento

Six new-building permits have been filed for multi-family townhouses along Meadow Run Walk in the Edgeview at the Cove development in Natomas, Sacramento. The buildings in question are along the same road, with addresses at 3050, 3056, 3062, 3068, 3074, and 3080 Meadow Run-Walk. Thirty-six units will be produced in total from this one-day batch of permits, or just a fraction of the total 590 units to be built. Beazer Homes Holdings LLC is the developer of The Cove.

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233 Geary Street, rendering via Handel Architects

Renderings Show Renovation for 233 Geary Street, Union Square, San Francisco

Permits are currently under review for the renovation and transformation of San Francisco’s I. Magnin Building at 233 Geary Street, in the Tenderloin. The plans change the building from a Macy’s department store into a mixed-use building with apartments, expanded offices, and retail. The 1946-era stone facade will receive a few significant alterations, including prominent new window accents, updated street cladding, and a curtainwall wrap along the top level. The structure overlooks the festive Union Square and the Macy’s Christmas Tree, with some of the city’s highest foot traffic for shopping and sightseeing. Sand Hill Property Company are the developers following the $250 million sales in January 2019.

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General concept rendering for the San Francisco IKEA, courtesy Ingka Centre

New Details Revealed for IKEA at 945 Market Street SoMa, San Francisco

One of the first stories covered by SFYIMBY was the announcement that IKEA’s parent company, Ingka Centres, purchased 945 Market Street in SoMa for over a quarter billion dollars. Now, the property owners has filed a request for a project review meeting with the City of San Francisco. The application reveals new detail on the most significant real estate development in the Bay Area expected for 2021.

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