New renderings have been published for a proposed residential redevelopment of the John Delucchi Sheet Metal building at 1526 Powell Street in San Francisco. The building is located on the border of Russian Hill and North Beach. The plan by JS Sullivan Development would bring 20 new residences for ownership, including some affordable units, to the mostly stagnant neighborhood while retaining the structure’s distinctive facade.
A new residential project has been proposed for development at 1657 Mason Street in Russian Hill, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the addition of two residential units to a property with two existing units in an R-3 structure, resulting in a new four-story building. Consortium Architecture is responsible for the designs.
A building permit application has been submitted seeking the approval of a residential project proposed at 939 Lombard Street in Russian Hill, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of a new residential building. Plans also call for the demolition of an existing parking structure on the front of the construction site. Byrnes Special Works LLC is responsible for the project. Curtis Hollenbeck is the project architect responsible for the designs.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held today to announce the opening of Francisco Park in Russian Hill, San Francisco. The proposed park is on the site of the old Francisco Reservoir. Mayor London Breed along with Supervisor Catherine Stefani and Recreation and Parks General Manager Phil Ginsburg and the residents of the city will be celebrating the triumphant moment at 11 AM today. Cahill Construction is on the project construction team, while Earthscape is responsible for the designs.
Updated plans have been filed with new elevations for 1526 Powell Street, in Russian Hill, San Francisco. The project will make adaptive reuse of the existing facade distinctively painted for the John J. Delucchi Sheet Metal Works while creating up to 20 apartments. JS Sullivan Development is the project applicant.