Construction has topped out for the new six-story office infill at 531 Bryant Street in SoMa, San Francisco. With concrete reaching its peak, the first pieces of the facade can be spotted wrapped around the second floor. The project is being developed by Urban Land Development with financing from Washington Capital.
531 Bryant Street
Crews have nearly completed the mat foundation for 531 Bryant Street, a six-story addition to SoMa, San Francisco. 531 Bryant is the first new office development to break ground in the city since 2020 and is looking to open by the summer of next year. SF-based Urban Land Development is the project developer.
Construction work has started for 531 Bryant Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The project is the first new office building to start construction in the city since 2020, with new boutique amenities and health-informed technology to improve the office environment. Urban Land Development, ULD, is the project developer.
Demolition permits have been filed for the existing two-story building at 531 Bryant Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The existing brick structure will be replaced by a six-story mixed-use project giving a small office space in the city. Handel Architects is responsible for the eye-catching design.
The San Francisco Planning Commission has recommended approval to the office space allocation for 531 Bryant Street, in central SoMa, San Francisco. This move takes from the annual city-wide allowance for small-development office space, bringing it from over 750,000 to 703,336 square feet. The Urban Land Development LLC leads the proposed six-story building, with design by the prolific Handel Architects.