Demolition permits have been filed for three structures to make way for 555 Byrant Street, a 16-story residential proposal in SoMa, San Francisco. The development will create five hundred new homes with on-site parking and co-working lounges. Strada Investment Group is responsible for the application.
555 Bryant Street
The Registry San Francisco has reported that Strada Investment Group purchased the site for their proposed residential tower at 555 Bryant Street in SoMa, San Francisco. Strada reportedly closed on the property for $44.9 million. The proposed building is expected to create 500 new rental units, including some affordable housing.
Construction permits were filed seeking approval of a mixed-use residential building with 500 dwelling units on 555 Bryant Street in the South of Market district, San Francisco. The project proposal includes constructing a residential building with 125 accessory parking spaces, three basements, and some retail space.
Preliminary Project Assessment permits have been filed for a 160-foot mixed-use development between 555-585 Bryant Street in SoMa, San Francisco. Construction is estimated to cost at least $200 million. Plans drafted by Solomon Cordwell Buenz show the an infill with set-backs to afford more direct sunlight to the asphalt. The assessment permit calls for merging seven lots between Bryant and Welsh Street to create a single 33,000 square foot parcel. If approved, the project will bring five hundred new residencies to the city, of which twenty percent will be affordable.