A new proposal has been filed for a five-story single-family dwelling with an additional dwelling unit at 2915 Vallejo Street in Pacific Heights, San Francisco. The project would replace an existing three-story single-family residence and an un-permitted in-law unit with a five-story building with a basement garage. Dumican Mosey Architects is responsible for the design.
Development permits were filed seeking the approval of additional construction at 3150 California Street in Pacific Heights, San Francisco. The project proposal includes constructing a three-story building for academic, athletic, and administration uses. The project will demolish an existing mid-block two-story office building with a retail store and a twenty-two-space surface parking lot.
San Francisco University High School is the project owner. Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects is managing the design concepts and construction and Pacific Union Development Company is onboard as the development consultant.
The San Francisco planning commission is expected to approve Conditional Use Authorization for the adaptive re-use of 1776 Green Street, located on the border between Pacific Heights and Cow Hollow. The project will expand an existing two-story automotive repair space into a four-story multi-unit residential building while retaining much of the existing facade. Sutro Architects is responsible for the development.
New renderings have been released for a three-story mixed-use building at 2453 Sacramento Street in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. The project will provide new apartments along with a sizable ground-level retail space. Vera Cort of Cort Properties VC is listed as responsible for the development as the property owner.
New planning permits have been filed for two four-story residential structures at 2536 California Street in Pacific Heights, San Francisco. The forty-foot proposal yields 8,057 square feet with four apartments and one unit of ground-floor retail. The project replaces an existing commercial building to add more housing to the high-end neighborhood. Redwood Properties is responsible for the development as the property owner.