New building permits have been filed for the adaptive reuse of 3300 Mission Street in Bernal Heights, San Francisco. The 100% affordable proposal will receive a fast-tracked approval process per the Mayor Lee-passed executive directive for the vacant building, which was damaged in a 2016 fire. The development team will include Mitchelville Real Estate Group, Bernal Heights Housing Corporation, and the Tabernacle Community Development Corporation.
March Capital Management is continuing to pursue an adaptive reuse of the former private library for Cooper Medical College in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood. Updated renderings show the firm is honing in on the design, led by BAR Architects, that includes interior renovations and expansion. The city’s Planning Commission is scheduled to review the plan in a public meeting this Thursday.
Just over a year after the official groundbreaking ceremony, crews have topped out the five-story affordable educator housing development at 1360 43rd Avenue in San Francisco’s Sunset District. The Shirley Chisholm Village has replaced a former school and outdoor yard with the low-rise apartment infill designed by BAR Architects with G7A. MidPen Housing is the project developer, and Cahill is the general contractor.
While Related has topped out for the 23-story apartment tower at 2300 Calle De Luna, work is moving forward on several other mid-rise projects in Santa Clara’s Tasman East Specific Plan. The six structures will rise between six to eight floors high, creating over a thousand and five hundred units, shops, and new open space.
Crews have topped out Kiku Crossing, an affordable housing project at 400 East 5th Avenue, and a parking garage across the street in San Mateo, San Mateo County. The seven-story project has reshaped two transit-adjacent parcels with hundreds of homes and even more parking. MidPen Housing is the project sponsor.