New renderings have been released along with CUA approval for 1525 Pine Street, an eight-story residential proposal with adaptive reuse of the historic Grubstake facade in Nob Hill, San Francisco. The project was approved in July. An appeal was filed last week by neighbors, though it is widely expected to fail. San Francisco-based Pine Street Development is responsible for the project.
New renderings have been revealed for the proposed six-story home of the American Buddhist Cultural Society at 1750 Van Ness Avenue in Nob Hill, San Francisco. The institution first revealed the project in 2016 after a preliminary project assessment filing. A public hearing is to be held Thursday, September 9th, during which the city’s Planning Commission could approve the project for CEQA and push the religious facility closer to construction.
Permits have been filed seeking the approval of a new residential project at 1263 Clay Street in Nob Hill, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of a family residence with parking on the site. Plans also call for the demolition of an existing one-story garage on the east side of the parcel. Leavitt Architecture Inc is responsible for the design concepts and construction.
New renderings have been published ahead of the public hearing for a multi-family apartment building at 1728 Larkin Street in Nob Hill, San Francisco. The project would replace a single-car garage in a narrow 3,500 square foot lot with six new apartments. Brick and Mortar Equity are the property owner, with construction sponsored by Equity Six LLC.
A preliminary project assessment permit has been filed to review a senior housing project at 1200 Larkin Street in Nob Hill, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the demolition of an existing commercial structure and the construction of residences for seniors.