Remodeling plans have been proposed for a single-family residence at 816 Silliman Street in Portola, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the alteration and enlargement of the existing single-family home. Schaub Ly Architects Inc is responsible for the design concepts.
Construction is wrapping up for Lofton at Portola, a 54-unit single-family development located in the Portola neighborhood. As highlighted earlier this year by the San Francisco Chronicle, the project is the largest housing development to be finished in the diverse neighborhood in 50 years. Tri Pointe Homes is responsible for the development.
Permits have been filed seeking the approval of a residential project at 770 Woolsey Street in Portola, San Francisco. The project proposal includes a mix of residences and the demolition of the existing greenhouse nursery, the University Mound Nursery, on the project site. L37 Partners is the project developer. Iwamotoscott Architecture is managing the design concepts and construction. Fletcher Studio is responsible for the landscaping.
Development permits were filed seeking the approval of constructing new single-family homes at 666 Hamilton Street in Portola, San Francisco. The project proposal includes demolishing the existing abandoned single family residence and constructing three new residences with three ADUs. The scope of the project also includes subduing the existing lot into three lots and removal of all trees including one tree within ten feet of the front property line.
The San Francisco Historic Preservation Commission is to review refreshed plans for the residential development of 770 Woolsey Street, formerly the University Mound Nursery, in the city’s Portola neighborhood. The proposal is for 62 residential units, some sold as affordable, and retaining two historic structures. L37 Partners is responsible for the construction.