New renderings have been published for the full-block mixed-use redevelopment of the SFMTA Potrero Yard bus maintenance facility at 2500 Mariposa Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. The updated design shows a more refined exterior, though the housing capacity is reduced from 575 to 513 units. Plenary Group is responsible for the application.
The San Francisco Planning Commission will review a request to modify plans for the 55-story mixed-use tower at 10 South Van Ness Avenue in The Hub. Floor areas have been adjusted so that the residential capacity can increase from 966 to 1,012 apartments by adjusting the exterior design or height. Crescent Heights is the project sponsor.
New renderings provide the best glimpse yet at how the SF MTA Potrero Yard modernization project will change the neighborhood’s skyline. The illustrations come a week after the announcement that Plenary Group will be the lead developer for the project at 2500 Mariposa Street in the Mission District of San Francisco. Completion is expected by 2027.
Filed in 2018, plans by Onni Group and IBI Group proposed a 638-foot tall apartment tower and a 16-story office building that would launch Emeryville, a dense city between Berkeley and Oakland, into the Bay Area’s skyline. Eventually, plans for the tower were withdrawn in 2020. Now, a new developer expects to build at 5801-5861 Christie Avenue, but with a significantly reduced profile.