Plans are moving through the San Francisco planning department for the proposed four-story residential development at 1099 Dolores Street on the border of San Francisco’s Mission District and Noe Valley. Winder Gibson Architects is managing…
Demolition crews have cleared much of the three structures at 2750 19th Street to make way for a proposed mixed-use building in San Francisco’s Mission District. The brick wall facade is being preserved and will be integrated into the future project, named Fitzgerald. Align Real Estate is responsible for the development.
Developers have filed a Large Project Authorization request for an eight-story group housing project at 401 South Van Ness Avenue in the Mission District, San Francisco. The application comes with a recently published planning document detailing the project description and scale. The corner-lot proposal will become a mixed-use building with 153 bedroom suites, commercial retail, and residential amenities. The Kansas-based Elsey Partners is responsible for the development.
Planning applications have been approved, and new building permits filed to renovate and expand the existing Mission Branch library at 300 Bartlett Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. The city-led proposal would modernize and increase the accessibility of the 107-year old building. The San Francisco Public Works is responsible for the design and application.
New renderings have been published along with new building permits for a three-story multi-unit development at 1112 Shotwell Street, located in San Francisco’s Mission District. The proposal will fill a currently vacant lot with new housing. The design with its oculus entryway and mansard roof come from Kerman Morris Architects.