Plans for the nine-story apartment complex continue to move through the San Francisco bureaucracy. The city’s Planning Department has proposed an interdepartmental meeting with the Department of Building Inspection, Public Works, and the Fire Department. The project will replace a surface parking lot with 94 new homes at 1401 Folsom Street in SoMa, San Francisco.
555 Bryant Street has started rising above street level in SoMa, San Francisco. With the foundation complete, vertical construction is expected to accelerate over the next year, culminating with the 16-story mixed-use high-rise overlooking I-80 and close to the 4th & King Street Caltrain Station. Strada Investment Group is responsible for the development.
It has only been two weeks since plans were first announced for the region’s potential second-tallest residential tower, and a flurry of permit activity has already been submitted to the city’s Planning Department. The 72-story proposal for 530 Howard Street is expected to rise 844 feet tall, among the tallest in the country, and could become the third or fourth tallest skyscraper in San Francisco. Bayhill Ventures, the project developer, has also submitted a request for new building permits.
Less than a month after elevations were shared, the San Francisco Planning Department has published two new realistic renderings for the two-towered complex at 655 4th Street, across from the San Francisco Caltrain Station in SoMa. The details illustrations provide a glimpse at the prospective 435-foot complex that would create over a thousand rental apartments. Tishman Speyer is the project developer.
Bayhill Ventures has announced plans for a new skyscraper at 530 Howard Street, overlooking San Francisco’s Salesforce Park. Initial plans shared with media this morning suggest the tower would stand 840 feet tall, making it the third tallest structure in the city skyline if built today and the second tallest in the city’s pipeline. Bayhill Ventures is a relatively new firm led by the former chief at Hines, Paul Paradis, and former president of the Sobrato Organization, Rob Hollister.