New renderings have been published alongside a notice for public input regarding the two-building infill at 1354 and 1356 York Street on the southern edge of San Francisco’s Mission District neighborhood. The plan will replace an industrial structure with six homes. Atlas Property Group is the project developer.
Updated planning permits have been filed to develop a nine-story residential plan at 1462 Pine Street in Polk Gulch, San Francisco. The proposal uses the State Density Bonus program to increase residential capacity above base zoning, with over a fifth of the 104 units designated as affordable housing. The Atlas Property Group is responsible for the application.
Renderings have been published for the eight-story flatiron infill with 20 for-ownership units at 2201 Market Street in the Castro, San Francisco. The plan is the first in San Francisco to use Assembly Bill 2011, a state law that went into effect at the beginning of this month, to streamline approval. Chris Foley of Ground Matrix is responsible for the application.
Renderings have been published for affordable teacher housing and townhome duplexes at 402 Dellbrook Avenue, near the base of Sutro Tower in Twin Peaks, San Francisco. The project would create around 76 units, of which 40 will be affordable housing. Midtown Lands LLC, owned by James Keith, is the property owner and developer.
New rendering and updated details have been shared for 61 Rodgers Street, a four-story residential infill proposed for SoMa, San Francisco. The plan will reshape a narrow vacant parcel with three homes. The revealed illustration shows off the work of the local RG-Architecture.