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.
New construction permits have been filed for a nine-story group housing project at 468 Turk Street in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood. The project would create 101 single-room occupancy units. Turk Street LLC is responsible for the development, with Maddern Construction as the contractor.
Conditional Use Authorization permits have been filed for an eight-story residential project at 2134-2140 Market Street in the Duboce Triangle corner of the Castro, San Francisco. The project will yield 70 new units, making use of the State Density bonus. Macy Architecture is the architect and has confirmed Kent Mirkhani of 2134 Market Street is their client and project developer.
New renderings have been revealed for a nine-story group housing development at 468 Turk Street in the Tenderloin, San Francisco. The 102-foot structure will yield 36,860 square feet, of which 22,190 square feet is dedicated to residential use, and 3,200 square feet for shared living spaces. 2,230 square feet of open space will be available for residents at the basement level and the roof. Turk Street LLC is responsible for the development, with Maddern Construction hired as the contractor.