Goldman Sachs Asset Management and Lane Partners have announced the completion of a recapitalization for the first phase of Southline in South San Francisco, San Mateo County. Southline is the master plan for 28.5-acre development across from the San Bruno BART Station with 2.8 million square feet of life sciences and offices couched with acres of landscaping and a new public park. Construction has already started for the first of two buildings in phase one.
If you already have opinions about the design for 50 Main Street in San Francisco, prepare to reconsider. New renderings have been published for the Foster + Partners-designed project, giving us our best look yet at the tallest proposal for the city since the Salesforce Tower. Along with the supertall, detailed illustrations provide a new perspective for The City Grove, formerly the Atlas, a massive investment for the downtown neighborhood by Hines.
New renderings have been revealed for 200 Mission Street and the Historic Market Complex, the office components for the City Grove, formerly the Atlas campus, in SoMa, San Francisco. The master plan, led by Hines and which features the second supertall proposed for the city, will breathe new life into the three buildings.
New renderings have been revealed for a 15-story corner development at 1939 Market Street in Mint Hill, San Francisco. The project will create 100% affordable senior housing, with the team had shared that the expected tenants will be from the neighborhood’s LGBTQ community. Mercy Housing is responsible for the application.
The South San Francisco City Council has unanimously voted to approve Southline Specific Plan, a dense 28.5-acre campus across from San Bruno BART Station in San Mateo County. The project approval marks a significant step toward construction. Lane Partners is sponsoring the development.