Three project applications with nearly nine hundred units have been published for buildings in the Parkmerced master plan next to the SFSU campus in San Francisco. The submissions are scheduled to be reviewed during the city’s Planning Commission meeting this Thursday. The informational presentation will allow staff and the public to comment on each project. San Francisco-based Maximus Real Estate Partners is the property owner and development sponsor.
Maximus Real Estate Partners
New renderings have been published for three new buildings with 896 units in the urban redevelopment of Parkmerced in San Francisco. The structures constitute Phases 1C and 1D, the last two subphases of the first leg of construction. Maximus Real Estate Partners is developing the 152-acre master plan.
After years of lawsuits, a failed bid for historic preservation, and stalled efforts, San Francisco’s ‘historic’ laundromat has been demolished. The former single-story building at 2918 Mission Street in the Mission District is now poised to be replaced by new housing. The city has already approved permits for an eight-story mixed-use infill.
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