New building permits are filed for the mid-density residential project at 344 14th Street, on the north edge of the Mission District, San Francisco. The seven-story apartment block will add sixty new homes to the neighborhood, along with ground-floor retail. California-based Manouch Moshayedi of MX3 Ventures is responsible for the development after purchasing the parcel in 2015 for nearly $5 million.
Permits have been filed for a new building 1101 South Van Ness Avenue in the Mission District, San Francisco. The application calls for the construction of three residential units, serviced with two elevators. Of the three apartments, 1101-A and 1101-B will have access to rooftop decks.
Permits have been filed for a new residential building at 1358 South Van Ness Avenue in the Mission District, San Francisco. Demolition of the existing single-family dwelling will make way for the four-story infill, matching the height of the building directly to its north. The project will provide six new apartments.
Construction has topped out for the five-story affordable housing project at 3001 24th Street in the Mission District of San Francisco. The project will provide 45 new units for senior citizens in a retail and transit-rich thoroughfare. Mission Neighborhood Centers and Mercy Housing are responsible for the development, after purchasing it from Pepsico nearly twenty-five years ago.
Construction is moving swiftly for the revamped KQED headquarters. The long-time home for the iconic Bay Area-based media station at 2601 Mariposa Street, Mission District, is redefining itself to accommodate for their significant growth since purchasing the lot in 1992. While their personality and care for broadcasts have endeared them to the public, their new design invites the public inside. EHDD Architects, also known for the Exploratorium at Pier 15, are responsible for the design.