The City of South San Francisco has published a notice of preparation of the Draft Environmental Impact Report for the rest of the Terminal Court research campus in South San Francisco, San Mateo County. The project will reshape the former Golden Gate Produce terminal next to U.S. 101 and near the San Bruno BART Station. Steelwave is the project developer.
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The San Francisco Symphony has started the entitlement process for renovations of the Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall at 201 Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco’s Civic Center. While plans are preliminary, the Symphony has hired local Mark Cavagnero Associates and the world-renowned Gehry Partners to produce a dramatic reimagination inside and out. Construction is expected to cost at least $100 million.
South San Francisco Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans for a six-story R&D campus at Terminal 101 Court in South City, San Mateo County. The proposal will replace a surface parking lot next to the Golden Gate Produce Terminal, close to Freeway 101, and near Southline. Steelwave is the developer after buying the site in 2022 for $85 million.
The 22-story office tower at 350 California Street in San Francisco’s Financial District has been sold for $61 Million, less than a quarter of the initial asking price. The property was sold by Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group to the joint venture of Swig Company and SKS Partners.
UC Berkeley has celebrated the official groundbreaking for their latest campus expansion, the UC Berkeley Engineering Center. The $95 million project makes adaptive reuse of the existing building, transforming the concrete structure into a prominent lightweight glass and steel skin centerpiece designed by Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill. The new engineering center is expected to open in Berkeley by early 2025.