A project application has been filed for renovations of the Chinatown Public Library at 1135 Powell Street in Chinatown, San Francisco. The plan will include selective demolition of the original structure and portions of the 1995-era renovation to improve interior functionality. The San Francisco Public Library director is responsible for the plans.
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A new design has been published for a park at 11th and Natoma in SoMa, San Francisco. The nearly half-acre site will be reimagined into a new open space for the growing neighborhood, especially for future residents at The Hub. SF Recreation and Parks Department is the project manager.
Work has officially started for the renovations of the Mission Branch Library at 300 Bartlett Street in the Mission District of San Francisco. Crews will start modernizing the over-century-old public space with improved accessibility and increased floor area. Completion is expected by January 2025.
The San Francisco Civic Design Review Committee is scheduled to review the Japantown Peace Plaza renovations at 1610 Geary Boulevard. The plans will revamp the historic public park, first opened in the late 1960s as a gift from San Francisco’s sister city, Osaka, Japan. The SF Recreation and Park Department is the project client.
The San Francisco Civic Design Review Committee is scheduled to review plans for the Transbay Block 3 park during a public meeting next Monday. The plan will create a new one-acre landscaped destination between two dense housing plans on the former temporary Transbay Bus Terminal in SoMa. The San Francisco Public Works department is the landscape architect.