New renderings have been revealed for a three-story residence proposed at 1247 Bosworth Street in San Francisco’s Outer Mission neighborhood. The proposal would contribute to the area’s single-family character despite proximity to the Glen Park BART station. Martinkovic Milford Architects is responsible for the design and development.
Public notices will start to circulate for neighbors of the proposed development site at 1817-1823 Alemany Boulevard, located in the Outer Mission neighborhood of San Francisco. New building permits have already been filed for the site and are under review. Alemany Properties LLC, a small corporation run by an Alameda resident, is responsible for developing as a project sponsor.
Construction permits were filed seeking the approval of constructing an eight-story building at 4742 Mission Street in Outer Mission, San Francisco. The project sponsor proposes the demolition of the existing fifteen-foot-tall, one-story commercial building, and a seventy-five-foot tall mixed-use building.
Recent preliminary project permits show that the development at 4550 Mission Street offers nearly three times the residential capacity as originally planned. Located in Outer Mission, San Francisco, the developers increased their plans from 24 to 69 apartments. The permits credit HOME-SF, a city-wide local density bonus program to encourage affordable housing near transit. The developer is not listed.
Recently filed excavation permits show new movement for the 193-unit residential development planned for 65 Ocean Avenue in Mission Terrace, San Francisco. 48 units will be sold as affordable housing. The six-story building takes shape on top of a sloped irregularly shaped 40,500 square foot parcel. Presidio Bay Ventures is responsible for the development.