Rapid progress has been made across the four acres between Mission, Fifth, and Howard streets for the 5M mixed-use project in SoMa, San Francisco. Facade installation has passed the halfway point for the 395-foot office building at 415 Natoma Street, while the 20-story residential tower at 434 Minna Street has just three floors left to be covered. A groundbreaking event for the new Mary Court park occurred last Thursday with Mayor London Breed and Brookfield Properties in attendance.
Mayor London Breed
The wood structure is starting to rise for the four-story residential development at 410 China Basin Street in Mission Bay, San Francisco. The project, dubbed Block 9 in the neighborhood master plan, broke ground in November of last year, with the event announced by Mayor London Breed. BRIDGE and Community Housing Partnership are joint developers for the project.
The Plan Code Amendments from San Francisco’s Small Business Recovery Act have been submitted to the Planning Department. The application comes directly from the office of Mayor London Breed. The proposed legislation includes amendments to reduce bureaucracy, save time for small businesses, and support individuals and institutions working in arts and culture. The application has been received and is now pending review.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed has announced that the 140-unit development at 410 China Basin Street, dubbed Mission Bay Block 9 in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood, has broken ground. Prefabricated units will be used for the construction to expedite the process. Completion is expected by late 2021. Once complete, the project will provide residence to people experiencing homelessness.
Permits have been filed by the Episcopal Community Services in partnership with the City to convert a seven-story hotel at 440 Geary Street into a permanent housing shelter. This follows permits in September to transform the hotel at 1000 Sutter Street, both of which are funded by the same SF Homekey program. This purchase cost $29.1 million following a recent declaration for more funding by Governor Gavin Newsom.