New renderings have been revealed for a seven-story life sciences lab at 439 Eccles Avenue in South San Francisco, San Mateo County. The city’s Planning Commission will review the project details tomorrow evening. Property owner Vigilant Holdings is partnering with SmartLabs to seek entitlements to redevelop the site.
Construction has topped out for the first life science structure in The Landing, rising at 1699 Old Bayshore Highway in Burlingame, San Mateo County. The progress comes just eight months after YIMBY’s last site visit, during which Hathaway Dinwiddie was starting on the foundation. King Street Properties and Helios Real Estate Partners are joint developers for the project.
New plans are scheduled to be reviewed today for an eight-story laboratory and garage at 1499 Bayshore Highway in Burlingame, San Mateo County. The filing comes nearly four years after the city approved an 11-story hotel for the same property. The new development is a joint venture with King Street Properties and Helios Real Estate Partners.
Demolition and foundation work has started for the three-structure life sciences project at 1699-1701 Old Bayshore Highway in Burlingame, San Mateo County. During a site visit late last week, YIMBY captured the active construction project with concrete mixing trucks coming and going. Once complete, the development will be the first new life science project along the city’s waterfront just south of SFO. Helios Real Estate Partners and King Street Properties are collaborating with the project as joint developers.
Steel and wood have started to rise for the California College of the Arts expansion at 1140 7th Street in San Francisco. The new facilities, named Double Ground, allow CCA to close its Oakland campus and consolidate into the Design District neighborhood with a new landmark addition designed by the renowned Chicago-based architecture firm, Studio Gang. The new construction will integrate exposed concrete and mass timber within a new creative complex at the core of the urban campus.