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.
Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects Inc.
New permits show renewed activity for the proposal to transform 2107 Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood. The plans reimagine a 112-year-old structure, restoring its residential functionality, and simplifying the exterior. Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects is responsible for the design.
Pre-application permits have been filed for a seven-story apartment building at 2300 Ellsworth Street in Southside, Berkeley. The proposal, located across from the UC Berkeley campus, is expected to produce around 90 units with the assistance of Senate Bill 330. Riaz Capital is the
A new residential project has been proposed for development of 2740 McAllister Street in Lone Mountain, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of a new four-story residential building. Plans call for the demolition of the exisiting building on the site.
Updated renderings have been published for the residential infill proposal at 67-69 Belcher Street in San Francisco’s Castro neighborhood. The plans call for 31 units with architecture by one of the city’s most prominent firms, Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects. The new illustrations show an augmentation from the previous iterations, most notably with a perforated aluminum parapet. Along the exterior, the aluminum window frames are to be colored white to match the brick veneer instead of black. Finally, the base level will now include two exposed concrete pillars instead of one.