New renderings and altered plans have been published for the 13-story apartment complex at 530 Turk Street close to Polk Street in the Tenderloin, San Francisco. The unit count has been reduced for the project, but the apartments have gotten bigger to allow for larger households. J.S. Sullivan Development is responsible for the proposal.
Revised plans have been filed for a planned expansion of St Ignatius College Preparatory Campus at 2001 37th Avenue in San Francisco’s Sunset District. The application shows continued focus on creating a new main facility for the private Catholic school overlooking Sunset Boulevard. A portion of the existing campus will be demolished.
Construction has officially started on 39 affordable homes with a groundbreaking ceremony at 1367 University Avenue in North Berkeley, Alameda County. The project will create housing for formerly homeless individuals, giving access to amenities, on-site services, and close access to the North Berkeley BART Station. San Francisco-based Panoramic Interests is the developer while Building Opportunities for Self Sufficiency will manage the property and leasing.
Construction has started with excavation work well underway for a new six-story life sciences complex at 405 Industrial Road in San Carlos, San Mateo County. The project, now named Portal 405, is one of several life science projects rising along Industrial Road, contributing to a new life sciences hub in the San Francisco Peninsula market. Menlo Equities and Beacon Capital Partners are joint venture partners for the project.
Construction has topped out for the new six-story office building at 220 Park Road in Burlingame, San Mateo County. Sares Regis Group and Dostart Development Company are developing the project through a joint venture. Once complete in 2024, the offices will bring new shops overlooking the future town square, serving residents and visitors to the Burlingame Avenue retail thoroughfare.