Detailed new renderings have been published for UCSF’s proposed new hospital addition to the Parnassus Heights Campus. The new renderings with design by Herzog & de Meuron come with the Draft Environmental Impact Report’s publication and the start of a public comment period. University of California, San Francisco is the project sponsor.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
Rising 1,070 feet tall, the Salesforce Tower is the tallest building in the Bay Area, the 17th tallest in the United States, and the 91st tallest in the world. The distinctive glass-wrapped tower has been designed by one of the preeminent architects in the world, Pelli Clarke Pelli. Unsurprisingly, it remains a divisive contribution to the San Francisco skyline.
Updated plans have been filed, showing continued work behind the scenes for the proposed residential development at 1900 Diamond Street, or 5367 Diamond Heights Boulevard in San Francisco’s Diamond Heights neighborhood. The project team is aiming to build 24 residential units across the vacant 0.8-acres of land. Solomon Cordwell Buenz is responsible for the design.
Beautifully detailed new renderings have been published for the high-rise proposal at 395 3rd Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The mixed-use tower is poised to replace a surface parking lot in the city with retail, public open space, and over five hundred apartments. Henning Larsen Architects, an internationally renowned Danish architecture firm, is responsible for the design.
New renderings have been revealed for a mixed-use development at 1619 N Street in Midtown Sacramento. The proposal will renovate the existing Jefferson School building while constructing a mid-rise apartment block and seven townhomes. Cresleigh is responsible for the development through Altitude Sacramento LLC.