Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco has announced applications will be accepted starting Tuesday, February 22nd, for eight affordable homes in 36 Amber Drive in Diamond Heights, San Francisco. The period will last until April 22nd. Applicants must attend the virtual information session led by the non-profit, with one scheduled for tomorrow.
The San Francisco Planning Commission is scheduled to vote tomorrow on redesigned plans for 24 units at 1900 Diamond Street in San Francisco. The new iteration breaks away from the former linear block to preserve ten trees, create a public viewing platform, and obscure the project with setbacks away from the sidewalk along Diamond Street. Solomon Cordwell Buenz, an international firm with offices in San Francisco, is the project architect.
Updated plans have been filed, showing continued work behind the scenes for the proposed residential development at 1900 Diamond Street, or 5367 Diamond Heights Boulevard in San Francisco’s Diamond Heights neighborhood. The project team is aiming to build 24 residential units across the vacant 0.8-acres of land. Solomon Cordwell Buenz is responsible for the design.
Permits have been filed seeking the approval of a twenty-four-unit residential project at 1900 Diamond Street in Diamond Heights, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the construction of four single-family homes and twenty condominiums on the site. Solomon Cordwell Buenz is responsible for the design concepts and construction.
Celebrating with her city, Mayor London Breed announced the recent news of groundbreaking for an affordable housing project at 36 Amber Drive in Diamond Heights, San Francisco. The project will offer eight dwellings, available for purchase for low- to moderate-income families. The project is the first City-sponsored affordable housing partnership with Habitat for Humanity. The Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD) is the project developer. Kerman Morris Architects is responsible for the design concepts and construction.