New renderings have been revealed for the adaptive reuse of 2395 Sacramento Street from a former private library for Cooper Medical College and, more recently, an event space into housing. The proposal retains historic architectural elements from the 1912-built design and expands with two new structures for 24 new homes in Pacific Heights, San Francisco. March Capital Management is sponsoring the project.
Remodeling and new construction have been proposed at 2174 California Street in Pacific Heights, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the remodification of a three-story building with a basement garage. The basement is proposed to be converted to house accessory dwelling units (ADUs) along with replacing the exterior parking with a new building. Huang Iboshi Architecture is responsible for the design concepts.
Updated renderings have been published for the two-structure residential infill proposed for 2536 California Street in the affluent Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. While the previous rendering shows the building facing California, this new design presents the view from Perine Place, the alley on the property’s north end. EAG Studio is the project architect.
New renderings have been revealed for the proposed residential development of 2471 and 2477 Washington Street in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood. The project will refurbish an existing historic Victorian and replace a garage with a new four-story apartment building. Jensen Architects is responsible for the design.
The designation of Clay Theater might soon undergo a change. The 111-year-old film theater, located at 2261 Fillmore Street in Pacific Heights, San Francisco, could be revived and given the status of a historic landmark.