New renderings have been published along with permit progress for construction at 3150 California Street for San Francisco University High School. The illustrations show what will be the fifth addition to the private college-prep institution’s campus in Pacific Heights, a three-story structure centered with a central gym, science classrooms, and outdoor space. Monitoring Conditions and Mitigation Measures for construction have been published.
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The San Francisco Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans for The Village SF, a proposed six-story housing and community center for Native Americans at 80 Julian Avenue in San Francisco’s Mission District. The meeting comes two weeks after former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi secured $750,000 from the Inflation Reduction Act for the project’s development. Friendship House Association of American Indians is the property owner.
New plans have been filed to expand and renovate the Synagogue at 2 Lake Street near Presidio Terrace, San Francisco. The project would address seismic concerns and expand the religious facility for the Congregation Emanu-El, whose distinctive dome overlooks the affluent gated neighborhood. The project is being sponsored by the Congregation of Emanu-El and Equity Community Builders.
The mixed-use wellness center at 1245 McKay Avenue in West Alameda has made progression. The project proposal includes the development of a two-story primary care facility with onsite amenities. The project will provide medical beds, patient care, and residential amenities within an existing senior housing building. The new construction will happen alongside permanent supportive housing, though under separate permits. Alameda Point Collaborative is the property owner. Equity Community Builders is the project developer. Ankrom Moisan Architects is responsible for the design.
The San Francisco Planning Commission is reviewing plans for the expansion of the San Francisco University High School at 3150 California Street in the Pacific Heights. The proposal is to replace the existing facility on-site, a small strip mall, and surface parking with the three-story new school. Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects is responsible for the design.