The City of San Francisco has officially opened the 2021-built apartment complex as a permanently affordable supportive housing facility at 333 12th Street in SoMa. The project was developed by Panoramic Interests and grabbed headlines as the first in San Francisco to utilize the State Density Bonus program. The city purchased the development last summer, less than a year after opening.
New renderings have been published alongside the preliminary project assessment for 1151 Washington Street, the sloped Amsterdam-inspired townhome infill proposed for a narrow Nob Hill property. If built, the project will add ten affordable-by-design homes to the affluent neighborhood. The application was filed by the San Francisco-based Macy Architecture.
New plans have been drafted for a 453-unit residential development in the city of American Canyon in Napa County. The project, addressed as 1000 Reliant Way, would build on just over 15 acres of vacant land, creating an enclave with landscaping and shared amenities. San Francisco-based Republic Metropolitan is the project developer.
New renderings have been revealed for a sloping 10-unit townhome development at 1151 Washington Street in Nob Hill, San Francisco. The project will replace an existing single-unit structure. Macy Architecture is responsible for the application and design.
The City of San Francisco is considering purchasing 333 12th Street, an eight-story residential development recently built in SoMa, San Francisco. The move is symbolically significant, as 333 12th Street was the first proposal in the city to use the State Density Bonus Program, increasing its residential capacity by 35%, with 200 multi-family units. Now, the building may become part of the city’s mission to end family homelessness. The City and County of San Francisco Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing would become the property owners.