The environmental review documents have been published with good news for the construction of a research facility at 1111 Pennsylvania Street by the southern edge of Potrero Hill, San Francisco. The review declared that the project would not have a significant effect on the environment. The four-story structure would replace a surface parking lot currently occupied by portable shipping containers. Buddha Properties is listed as the property owner.
A Vesting Tentative Tract Map and Minor Conditional use permits for on-site five units, a mini-lot development, and a shared access facility have been submitted. The property is located at 3855 West Street in Longfellow, North Oakland. The project proposal includes constructing six residential units on the vacant lot and minor front entry and setback changes.
The preliminary assessment is underway for new development at 600 20th Street in Potrero Hill, San Francisco. Permits have been filed seeking approval of a new Life Sciences Laboratory building following an existing commercial building’s demolition. Further information for this latest proposal has yet to be released. Workshop1 is responsible for the application, as well as previous plans for residential development on the same parcel.
Workshop1 has filed development permits for a new residential project at 3855 West Street in North Oakland’s Longfellow neighborhood. The project will add seven townhouse-style buildings, totaling 13,800 square feet, on a corner parcel two blocks away from the MacArthur BART station. Workshop1 is not just in charge of developing. They are also the full owners, architects, and real estate broker of 3855 West Street.
Planning permits have been filed for a new seven-story mixed-use building at 2318 Mission Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. The building comes in the heart of the Mission District, nearly equidistant between the 16th Street and 24th Street BART stations. The structure will yield a total 34 units across all floors. A city developer is not listed on public documents.