Plans for a new Life Science campus dubbed Gilman Gateway in Northwest Berkeley have been pushed closer to reality. Public records show that 16 parcels have been purchased for a total of $49 million, culminating in roughly ten acres. IQHQ and Spur Capital Partners have partnered as joint developers.
Forge Development Partners
Updated plans have been filed for the 17-story mixed-use infill at 450 O’Farrell Street in the Tenderloin, San Francisco. The proposal has been adjusted since an appeal was upheld by the Board of Supervisors in late 2021. Forge Development Partners, the project applicant, has replaced the micro-unit style housing at the center of the appeal for traditional apartments and raised the project by four floors.
Doors are open for TL 361, a new eight-story apartment infill for San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood. 361 Turk Street has created over a hundred new micro homes using efficient construction methods and technology throughout the building to reduce the carbon footprint and overall costs. Forge Development Partners and Bridge Investment Group are joint venture partners.
The San Francisco planning commission has approved plans to construct a 13-story group housing complex at 450 O’Farrell Street in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood. Once complete, the building will include 316 new dwelling units, a new church facility, and ground-level space for a Christian Science Reading room. The project is sponsored by the Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist.
Development permits have been submitted and are anticipated to be approved for the mixed-use development at 450 O’Farrell Street in Tenderloin, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the demolition of three existing buildings and the construction of a thirteen-story mixed-use building. The new structure is planned with similar massing: a commercial space on the ground floor and a new church. However, it additionally features 302 group housing rooms instead of 176 residential units. The project is part of a grander scheme to build a new Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist, with Forge Development Partners responsible for the project.