New planning documents have been published for the mixed-use development of 2455 Harrison Street in the Mission District of San Francisco. The proposal calls for the demolition of a small commercial structure to make way for a new building with five apartments and non-life science laboratory space. Wickman Development & Construction is managing the project through Fahman Properties LLC.
The planning commission meeting scheduled for 1 PM today is expected to approve two key requests by the nine-story mixed-use building at 321 Florida Street in the Mission District, San Francisco. City staff have recommended the commission adopt the shadow study demonstrating the building will not adversely impact Franklin Square Park’s sun-exposure and approve the Large Project Authorization application with conditions. DM Development is the project developer.
Development permits have been filed seeking the approval of replacing an existing one-story building and constructing a new three-story building on 3214-3216 24th Street in Mission District, San Francisco. The project proposal includes four studio units over two retail spaces planned in the three-story building.
Plans are filed to transform a three-story office building at 2403 16th Street into an apartment building with a ground-level restaurant in the predominantly commercial north corner of Mission District, San Francisco. The property is nearby the previously-reported SFMTA Potrero Yard residential proposal and KQED’s headquarters under renovation at 2601 Mariposa Street. Galway Properties, a current tenant at the offices, is responsible for the development.
San Francisco-based Celtic Development LLC is sponsoring the long-planned mixed-use building at 1900 Mission Street in Mission District, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the demolition of an automotive repair shop spanning over 1,690 square feet approximately and the construction of a new sixty-eight-foot tall mixed-use structure. Schaub Ly Architects is managing the design concepts and construction of the project.