New elevations have been revealed for the proposed 30-story residential tower at 1338-1370 Mission Street in SoMa, San Francisco. While the conceptual illustrations are sparse with the architectural features, they depict a glass tower with interlocking shapes extending from the seven-story podium with articulated facade variations. Malex Holdings is the property owner, with the architecture by SmithGroup.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
San Francisco’s Design Review Committee is scheduled to consider approval for the design development of the Portsmouth Square improvement project today at 2 PM. The project, led by the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department, proposes redesigning and expanding the public amenities of the ‘living room’ of Chinatown. The project includes replacing the existing pedestrian bridge over Kearny Street with a new community building, modernizing the playground, expanding shaded seating along the central plaza, and more.
Development plans have been approved for the low-density apartment construction of 48 units at 3035 El Camino Real near Koreatown in Santa Clara. The project will add 48 units across four three-to-four story structures, adding a minor but significant contribution along the commercial thoroughfare of a suburban area. The Los Gatos-based Hayden Land Company is the project developer.
New renderings have been published along with new building permits for a three-story multi-unit development at 1112 Shotwell Street, located in San Francisco’s Mission District. The proposal will fill a currently vacant lot with new housing. The design with its oculus entryway and mansard roof come from Kerman Morris Architects.
CBRE has secured $52 million of funding for the Comstock Realty Partners and the Dune Real Estate Partners to redevelop the five-structure Maclac Building site in the Mission District of San Francisco. The project includes 192-198 Utah Street and 151-191 Potrero Avenue. Adaptive reuse and new construction will soon transform the site for state-of-the-art light industrial uses in an industrial corner of the city.