A project review meeting will be held to discuss a residential project at 3927-3931 19th Street in the Castro, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of a multi-family building, occupying the undeveloped areas of the site. Plans call for the demolition of the eastern two buildings on the site. Liberty Hill Holdings LLC is the property owner. Studio 12 Architecture is responsible for the design concepts.
New renderings and a preliminary project assessment for 2051 Market Street have been revealed, located on the northern edge of the Mission District in San Francisco. The seven-story residential infill will replace a two-story commercial building with commercial retail and 29 new apartments to be sold for ownership. The project will also apply for protection from Senate Bill 330.
New permits have been filed for 67 Belcher Street, a distinctive residential proposal for The Castro in San Francisco. The five-story development will now add 31 new homes to the city, including some affordable units. Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects, is responsible for the design.
A commission review application has been filed for a proposed seven-story mixed-use development at 240-250 Church Street between 15th and Market Street. The residential infill would add new residences, including some low-income housing to San Francisco’s Castro neighborhood. 250 Church LLC is the project sponsor for property owner Ty Bash.
The new vision has been announced for the memorial for the iconic Harvey Milk. The project, located at Harvey Milk Plaza in Castro District, is an endeavor to honor the contributions and legacy of Harvey Milk. The Friends of Harvey Milk Plaza was formed in 2016 to lead the effort to realize this vision. SWA Group is responsible for the design concepts.