Crescent Heights has filed an extension request for the project approval of 10 South Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco. The planned 55-story tower would create nearly a thousand homes above retail. If the extension is approved, the team will have until 2026 to start construction.
A new proposal for a tiny home village has been filed for 1979 Mission Street in the Mission District of San Francisco. The plans would install as many as 70 prefabricated units and related amenities on the 1.32-acre property. The city’s Department of Homelessness & Supportive Housing is responsible for the application. Reached for comment, city staff shared with YIMBY, “The proposal does not include demolition of the existing buildings.”
The San Francisco Planning Commission will review a request to modify plans for the 55-story mixed-use tower at 10 South Van Ness Avenue in The Hub. Floor areas have been adjusted so that the residential capacity can increase from 966 to 1,012 apartments by adjusting the exterior design or height. Crescent Heights is the project sponsor.
New building permits have been filed for 10 South Van Ness Avenue, the sixth tallest project in the Bay Area’s pipeline. The 590-foot residential tower would create 966 new homes from a triangular 1.2-acre lot between Market and Mission Street in San Francisco’s Civic Center. Crescent Heights is responsible for the development.
A General Plan Referral has been submitted seeking the approval of an affordable housing project located at 1979 Mission Street in Mission District, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of three buildings offering residential and retail spaces.