A recent site visit to Treasure Island by YIMBY reveals significant progress has been made for the region’s most active construction project. Cranes and rising concrete have only started to divulge the scale of the 405-acre vision, nearly three decades in the making, that will redevelop San Francisco’s storied artificial island with a mixed-use urban neighborhood populated by around eight thousand homes. The Treasure Island Community Development joint venture sponsors the project.
Skidmore Owings & Merrill
Crews have broken ground for the American Buddhist Cultural Society, a new six-story temple rising at 1750 Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco’s Nob Hill neighborhood. The new facilities will provide a new community center for the San Bao Temple. Skidmore Owings & Merrill is responsible for the design.
New renderings have been revealed for the residential tower at 98 Franklin Street in San Francisco’s upzoned Hub neighborhood. The new plans show the increased height and residential capacity from an agreement made by Supervisor Dean Preston and Related Companies. The proposal will create a new international school and 385 homes.
New reporting by the San Francisco Chronicle shows plans for the residential tower at 98 Franklin Street are increasing residential capacity to 385 units in a deal with the city’s Board of Supervisors that will include a new affordable housing property bought by the developer for the city. The agreement was made between Supervisor Dean Preston and the developer, Related Companies.
The Bristol is now open on Yerba Buena Island. The condominium building is perched on a forested hillside in the center of the bay. It is the first of many projects that will transform Yerba Buena and Treasure island into a new dense neighborhood of San Francisco. The opening is announced by developer Wilson Meany and investment firm Stockbridge Capital Group.