New building permits have been filed for a nine-story mixed-use building at 321 Florida Street in the Mission District, San Francisco. Led by DM Development, the project will replace surface parking with 168 new apartments and ground-floor retail. 31 affordable units will be included thanks to the State Density Bonus program, first passed in 1979, with several amendments since. Construction is expected to cost $42 million, with DM Development in charge of the project.
The San Francisco Planning Commission has recommended approval to the office space allocation for 531 Bryant Street, in central SoMa, San Francisco. This move takes from the annual city-wide allowance for small-development office space, bringing it from over 750,000 to 703,336 square feet. The Urban Land Development LLC leads the proposed six-story building, with design by the prolific Handel Architects.
Construction is progressing at a steady pace for 1001 Van Ness Avenue, a thirteen-story mixed-use tower in the Fillmore District. The building will be a substantial contribution to one of the hottest thoroughfare markets in the city, the Hub area, from which it is less than a mile away. The block-wide structure will be opened up as an assisted senior living center with ground-floor retail. The design is by Handel Architects.
1554 Market Street has topped off in San Francisco’s Civic Center neighborhood, near its border with Hayes Valley. The residential tower will be adding 109 new apartments at a site just over three blocks from the Civic Center BART station. Handel Architects is responsible for the design.
The project rising at 706 Mission Street is one of the tallest projects rising in the city of San Francisco. Located in the SoMa neighborhood, it is bringing 146 new homes, a ground-level space for retail or restaurant, and a new four-story location for the city’s Mexican Museum designed by Mexico City-based TEN Arquitectos. The development comprises two towers, the historic ten-story Aronson building and the newly built 45-story tower designed by Handel Architects. Its future residents plan to move in by the end of the year.