Demolition and excavation work is underway for two major projects in the UCSF Parnassus Heights campus in San Francisco. Crews finished removing the seven-story UC Hall, and only a corner of the four-story Mental Health Services building remains as of our visit. The sites are expected to be transformed into a research building and hospital, with both scheduled to finish by 2028 and 2030, respectively.
Construction is rising for a new five-story apartment at 3945 Judah Street in San Francisco’s Sunset District. The project has replaced the former Eugene’s Automotive Repair shop, with crews now working on bringing twenty apartments close to Ocean Beach and Golden Gate Park. The applicant used HOME-SF to increase the project capacity and ensure five units would be designated as affordable.
Concrete is rising for the OMA-designed affordable housing complex at 730 Stanyan Street in San Francisco’s Haight Ashbury neighborhood. The eight-story corner build is set to bring 160 units across from Golden Gate Park by 2025. The development is a joint venture with CCDC and TNDC.
555 Bryant Street has started rising above street level in SoMa, San Francisco. With the foundation complete, vertical construction is expected to accelerate over the next year, culminating with the 16-story mixed-use high-rise overlooking I-80 and close to the 4th & King Street Caltrain Station. Strada Investment Group is responsible for the development.
Construction is wrapping up for the new Sacramento Criminal Courthouse around 500 G Street in Downtown Sacramento. The project has consolidated the city’s existing courthouse functions from four sites to a new tower directly across from the Sacramento Valley Station. NBBJ is the architect.