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.
While there are many skyscrapers in the planning pipeline for Downtown San Jose, one of these buildings is making a quick ascent. The Adobe North Tower at 333 West San Fernando Street is on pace to top out by the early half of 2021, with the reinforced concrete currently eight floors high and ten remainings. Adobe is the owner of the development, with Gensler in charge of the design.
Project profile permits have been filed to reassign planned retail into office space on the upper floors of 100-120 Stockton Street, located at the busy eastern edge of San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood. Macys sold the property in 2016 to Morgan Stanley and Blatteis & Schnur for a total of $275 million. The duo is responsible for the current eight-story adaptive reuse. Construction is already well underway.
Construction is wrapping up for the hotel rising at 72 Ellis Street by Market Street in the Tenderloin, San Francisco. The boutique citizenM Hotel will occupy the site once complete, making space for 195 new guest rooms just two blocks from Union Square. The same company is responsible for the development.
Recent images show that the recladding and five-story expansion of the office building at 633 Folsom Street, SoMa is nearly complete. The new design is by Gensler, an international architecture firm, with development by the building owner, Swig Company. A future tenant has already been secured by CBRE, Asana, a tech company owned by Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz. Occupancy is expected soon.