10 South Van Ness Avenue, a proposed new skyscraper, is the 16th tallest building in the Bay Area planned or built. The 590-foot tower will add nearly a thousand new apartments to the city on top of a 1.2-acre lot in the Civic Center as part of San Francisco’s high-density planned neighborhood, The Hub. Crescent Heights is responsible for the development.
Scaffolding has been erected for the partial demolition at 30 Van Ness Avenue, where a future mixed-use tower with affordable housing is expected to become the 24th tallest building in the Bay Area planned or built. The 540-foot tower will create 333 condominiums and nearly a quarter of a million square feet of commercial office area in San Francisco’s Civic Center neighborhood by City Hall. Lendlease is the project developer.
Updated plans are under review for a seven-story mixed-use proposal for 159 Fell Street in San Francisco’s Civic Center. The project is expected to add 24 for-sale units to the city’s housing market, a four-unit increase from earlier plans. Mission District-based SAK Design & Build is managing the development.
A new rendering has been revealed for a proposed thirteen-story mixed-use building by Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco. The project, located at the corner of Polk and Olive Street, would create new retail space and housing with affordable units. RG Architecture is managing the building design.
Revised plans are under review for a 14-story residential proposal at 600 McAllister Street at the western edge of San Francisco’s Civic Center. The project would add nearly two hundred apartments with affordable housing and proposed art spaces at ground level. David Baker Architects is responsible for the design.