The preliminary project application has been filed for a new four-story non-profit center at 2245 Post Street in San Francisco’s Lower Pacific Heights. The project would create a new home for the JFCS Holocaust Center, an educational facility run by the Jewish Family and Children’s Services.
Lower Pacific Heights
Development permits have been submitted seeking the approval of an office project proposed at 2245 Post Street in Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of a new four-story building offering spaces for office use. Karin Payson Archtecture + Design is responsible for the design concepts.
Permits have been filed proposing an expansion of 1950 Post Street, a residential building in San Francisco’s Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood. If approved, construction crews could add a fifth floor along with a new elevator leading to 13 new apartments. Jones Memorial Homes II occupies the property, an affordable housing program.