Plans for a multi-family development at 2214 Cayuga Avenue in the Outer Mission, San Francisco, are heading before the city planning commission later this week. The site is on an oddly shaped lot situated between Cayuga Avenue, Sickles Avenue, and Alemany Boulevard. The site is near the Daly City BART Station, providing easy transit access to locations throughout the region.
Articles by Colin LeStourgeon
A new multifamily affordable housing project has broken ground on Treasure Island, San Francisco. This one project, known as the Maceo May Apartments, will add just over a hundred new residential units, of which 65 are for veterans. The six-story structure is a modular construction, yielding 104,000 square feet across the 0.74-acre parcel. The building will be a mix of studios, one-bedrooms, and two bedrooms. The Chinatown Community Development Center and Swords of Plowshare, a Bay Area developer, will be developing the project jointly.
Permits have been filed for a residential expansion at 990 Geary Street in the Tenderloin, San Francisco. The building’s first floor will be refurbished to make way for seven new residential units, along with an interior renovation of the full structure. This will bring the unit count of the structure up from 60 apartments to 67.
Takara Bio USA has released renderings showing off their new vision for the two office buildings at 2560-70 Orchard Parkway in North San Jose. The Bio company hopes to develop a campus environment with enclosed courtyards taking over existing surface parking. Each building will have 64,500 square feet of space, making 129,000 square feet of space in total. Tamara paid $44.8 million in May for the properties. The company is a silicon-based component of a Japanese. Currently, they occupy 57,000 square feet of office space at 1290 Terra Bella Avenue in Mountain View.
Permits have been filed to add density to 2709 Jackson Street in the neighborhood of Pacific Heights, San Francisco. The permit calls for the interior renovation of the structure. The building, which is currently a large single-family home, will be converted to make way for two new residential units. An additional dwelling unit is planned for the building as well, which would bring the unit count of the property up from one single-family residence to three apartment units.