Amended plans will be reviewed for 98 Franklin Street during the San Francisco Planning Commission Hearing this Thursday. The alterations were first revealed in mid-November with an additional floor, higher rooftop, and increased residential capacity from 345 to 385 units in The Hub. Affordable housing needs have also been shifted offsite to Parcel K in Hayes Valley and 600 Van Ness Avenue. Related and the French American International School are jointly responsible for the project.
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.
With site work already underway, Lendlease and city leaders have celebrated the official groundbreaking ceremony of 30 Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco’s Civic Center. The 47-story project, now titled Hayes Point, is set to open by 2025, with 333 homes above offices and retail.
Several sections of a construction crane have been delivered yesterday afternoon to 30 Van Ness Avenue, a recently-cleared lot in San Francisco’s Civic Center. Crews finished demolition of the five-story office building this January, and now the site is primed for excavation of the city’s tallest skyscraper in the Hub, and the second tallest in the city after the Transbay Parcel F by Hines and Urban Pacific. Australia-based multinational real estate company Lendlease is the developer and contractor of the 47-story mixed-use proposal.
New building permits have been filed for 10 South Van Ness Avenue, the sixth tallest project in the Bay Area’s pipeline. The 590-foot residential tower would create 966 new homes from a triangular 1.2-acre lot between Market and Mission Street in San Francisco’s Civic Center. Crescent Heights is responsible for the development.