Development permits have been filed for new construction at 224-228 Clara Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The proposal will include demolition of a single-family residential building at 228 Clara Street, and building on top a vacant lot at 224 Clara Street to produce a five-story apartment building with nine units. The project will also include six on-site parking spaces. Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects Inc. is managing the project, and Design Everest is serving as the structural engineer.
Development permits have been filed to remodel 1567-1569 Union Street, Russian Hill, San Francisco. The proposed construction includes converting garage and storage spaces into four new accessory dwelling units on the ground floor, for a building total of 33 units. EAG Studio and Double-D Engineering are managing the project.
This week, the biggest little permits include over sixty additional dwelling units, a 30,000 square foot new medical facility in Alameda, new monuments in Sacramento, and even a treehouse in Palo Alto. At this pace, over three thousand ADU’s would be produced within a year. Along with ADU’s, nineteen new single-family houses were applied for and thirty-four Tesla power walls across the counties. Perhaps the most surprising was a two-story additional dwelling unit in Palo Alto with an estimated construction price of nearly $1.4 million. If ever there was a point where an ADU became just another single-family house, this might be a contender.
Permits have been filed to demolish a single-story commercial building at 2100 Mission Street in the Mission District, San Francisco. The submission is taking place just four months after the Toboni Group took control of a decades-old project for a six-story residential building at the address. The date of demolition has not been announced.