Revised plans are under review for a 14-story residential proposal at 600 McAllister Street at the western edge of San Francisco’s Civic Center. The project would add nearly two hundred apartments with affordable housing and proposed art spaces at ground level. David Baker Architects is responsible for the design.
David Baker Architects
New building permits have been filed for the 14-story mixed-use development at 1101-1123 Sutter Street in Polk Gulch, San Francisco. The permits call for 201 new units to be built, which would provide the most housing of four options considered by the Historic Preservation Commission in early February. The Martin Group is responsible for the development through 1101 Sutter Affordable LP.
Brookfield Properties has recently presented an updated pitch to the public about the redevelopment of the Stonestown Mall property, located south of the Sunset District and about as far from downtown San Francisco while still being in the city limits. The proposal calls for a mixed-use neighborhood-anchoring project that will make a significant contribution to addressing California’s housing crisis.
Conditional use authorization permits have been for a 100-unit residential project at 1567 California Street in Polk Gulch, San Francisco. If the developers are given the CUA, the project will add a significant quantity for housing, including low-income housing, in the retail-rich and transit-accessible Polk Street thoroughfare. Southern Land Global LLC, affiliated with Shanghai Laiyi Real Estate Development, is the project sponsor.
The City of Oakland Planning Commission is reviewing proposed revisions for the multi-structure plans’ affordable housing component at 801 Pine Street, West Oakland. The project aims to provide 101 affordable and 205 market-rate units, along with commercial uses within walking distance to the neighborhood BART station. Holliday Development is responsible for the project.