New plans have been filed for a proposed residential infill at 1660 Shafter Avenue in Bayview, San Francisco. The three-story addition would replace a single-story home with two new units. Wing Lee Architects is managing the project and design.
Prologis is sponsoring plans to build a new industrial center at 749 Toland Street and 2000 McKinnon Avenue, located in Bayview, San Francisco. Dubbed the San Francisco Gateway, the two-structure development will loom over I-280, an important artery for drivers moving between Downtown San Francisco and the Peninsula. Jackson Liles Architecture is responsible for the design.
A preliminary project has been submitted to the city for a new self-storage building at 241 Loomis Street in Bayview, San Francisco. The four-story structure will replace a surface parking lot in the industrial pocket between Highway 101 and I-280. Jordan Sills of J2 Properties is responsible for the application.
New building permits have been filed for a single-story factory-built restaurant at 4801 3rd Street in San Francisco’s Bayview neighborhood. The project, dubbed Bishop’s Bayview in the most recent planning documents, has been in the works for years, with a similar project filed to the city in 2016. North Beach-based G7A is responsible for the design.
Development permits have been filed seeking the approval of a new residential project at 1230 Revere Avenue in Bayview, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of a new three-story residence with one ADU at the ground floor. Syncopated Architecture is responsible for the design concepts.