New renderings have been revealed ahead of the Planning Commission review of 7 South Linden Avenue, a seven-story residential proposal in South San Francisco, San Mateo County. The transit-adjacent project is expected to create 543 homes by the South San Francisco Caltrain Station while expanding the burgeoning urban growth of the downtown area further south. Essex Property Trust is the project developer.
Essex Property Trust
Development permits have been filed seeking the approval of a large-scale residential project proposed at 7 South Linden Avenue in South San Francisco. The project proposal includes the construction of two residential buildings offering a total of 700+ homes. Essex Property Trust and Infill Land Partners LLC are the project developers. The San Mateo-based residential developer (NYSE: ESS) paid $33.5 million for the property, including a 25,000-square-foot warehouse zoned for mixed-industrial use within the city’s downtown area. Sandhill Land Co. was the seller.
Permits have been issued for the proposed seven-story mixed-use building at 412 Madison Street in the corner of Oakland’s waterfront Jack London Square district. The project will add 157 new apartments and retail space to the East Bay housing market. Swenson is the owner and developer of the project, with the firm’s architectural division also in charge of the design.
The 440-foot tower at 500 Folsom Street is tied with two other structures as the 43rd tallest building in the Bay Area, located in SoMa, San Francisco. 500 Folsom Street, also known as Transbay Block 9, was between 2016 and 2019 to contribute housing and retail. The project was developed by the Real Estate Investment Trust Essex, TMG Partners, and BRIDGE Housing.