The City has approved plans for the 35-story residential tower at 395 3rd Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The high-rise project is expected to create 524 apartments from a surface parking lot at the corner of 3rd and Harrison Street, overlooking I-80. Strada Investment Group is the developer.
The City of San Francisco has published a certificate of determination to streamline the environmental review process of the 35-story residential tower planned at 395 3rd Street in SoMa. The document summarizes findings that inform the decision, including details about the foundation reaching bedrock. Strada Investment Group is the project developer.
Building permits have been filed to partially demolish the existing burnt-out structure at 659 Union Street, also known as the Verdi Building, in North Beach, San Francisco. Crews will remove a 50-foot section of the brick wall at the rear of the structure ahead of construction plans, including restoration of much of the fire-damaged brick facade, new housing, and retail. Red Bridge Partners is responsible for the development.
Plans have been filed for the redevelopment of Plaza East, a 3.6-acre public housing project in San Francisco’s Western Addition. The proposal includes replacement housing for the existing 193 apartments as part of the 755-unit master vision. Strada Investment Group, McCormack Baron Salazar, and Without Walls are jointly responsible for the development.
The San Francisco Planning Department has published a certificate of determination, confirming that a seven-story apartment proposal at 1458 San Bruno Avenue is eligible for the streamlined environmental review process. The plans utilize the State Density Bonus program to create 232 apartments, with 28 affordable, directly across from the Potrero del Sol park in Potrero Hill. The first-time housing developer Christopher Goode, whose family has owned the property for decades, is responsible for the project.