New renderings have been published alongside the preliminary project assessment for 1151 Washington Street, the sloped Amsterdam-inspired townhome infill proposed for a narrow Nob Hill property. If built, the project will add ten affordable-by-design homes to the affluent neighborhood. The application was filed by the San Francisco-based Macy Architecture.
Construction has topped out for the six-story mixed-use infill at 1580 Pacific Avenue in Nob Hill, San Francisco. The project will create over four dozen homes and retail in the center of a hopping retail-rich neighborhood parallel to the newly-opened Van Ness Avenue bus rapid transit line. JS Sullivan Development is responsible for the project.
New renderings have been revealed for a sloping 10-unit townhome development at 1151 Washington Street in Nob Hill, San Francisco. The project will replace an existing single-unit structure. Macy Architecture is responsible for the application and design.
With the planning applications fully approved, new building permits have been filed for the 6-story residential development at 1320 Washington Street in Nob Hill, San Francisco. The proposal will replace a two-story parking garage with 25 homes. Urban Land Development is responsible for the application.
Construction work is moving forward for 1580 Pacific Avenue, a six-story development rising on the northwest edge of Nob Hill, San Francisco. The project started by demolishing an existing commercial structure and surface parking. The new building will create 53 new homes, designed by San Francisco-based RG Architecture.