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Edwin M. Lee Apartments

New Affordable Housing Reaches Completion At 1150 3rd Street, Mission Bay, San Francisco

A new apartment complex has reached its successful completion at 1150 3rd Street in Mission Bay. The affordable housing complex is given its name in honor of the late former mayor, Edwin M. Lee, and will offer housing to unhoused veterans and low-income families. OCII, Chinatown Community Development Center, and Swords to Plowshares, a veteran-focused nonprofit worked together to develop the property. Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects, Saida + Sullivan Design Partners are the architects responsible for design and construction.

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Mission Rock site north-west bird's eye view, image courtesy Mission Rock Partners, rendering by Binyan Studios

Steel Rises & Roads Visible in Phase One of Mission Rock, San Francisco

Construction has started for Phase One of the Mission Rock development in Mission Bay, San Francisco. The land has been graded with foundations for the road network already visible and the steel superstructure for The Canyon on Parcel A rising over 3rd Street. Phase One includes two residential buildings, two offices, and the waterfront China Basin Park. Tishman Speyer is responsible for the development in partnership with the city’s major league baseball team, The Giants, and the Port of San Francisco.

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Block 9A design at 400 China Basin Street, rendering by Mithun

Permits Filed for Mission Bay Block 9A at 400 China Basin Street, San Francisco

New building permits have been filed for an eight-story 100% affordable housing development with priority from the Mayor’s office at 400 China Basin Street in Mission Bay, San Francisco. The project will take up Block 9A of the neighborhood-wide master plan for the waterfront area. The developer team is being co-managed by Curtis Development, Michael Simmons Property Development, and YCD, i.e., Young Community Developers.

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1800 Owens Street street view of the full complex, rendering

One Billion Dollars for 1800 Owens Street in Mission Bay, San Francisco

A press release from Kilroy Realty broke the news that 1800 Owens Street will be sold for $1.08 billion, breaking records as the second-highest price for a single property in San Francisco and the highest price per square foot in the city history at $1,440 per square foot. The property in question is a recently completed office complex in Mission Bay. Kilroy expects the deal to close at the end of March.

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100 Channel Street hotel at One Mission Bay, rendering courtesy Hospitality Online

Expanded Permits Filed for SOMA Mission Bay Hotel at 100 Channel Street in SoMa, San Francisco

Alteration permits have been filed to expand the room count for the topped-out SOMA Mission Bay Hotel at 100 Channel Street, SoMa, San Francisco. The alteration comes thanks to the Mission Bay South Redevelopment Plan’s “Hotel Project.” This building is part of a multi-structure development including One Mission Bay and brings retail, 350 residential units, and 250 guest rooms to a less developed neighborhood corner. The recently filed permits increase the hospitality offering to 299 units. SOMA Hotel LLC is responsible for the development.

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