New plans have been revealed for the abnormally-shaped parcel at 98 Pennsylvania Avenue at the bottom of Potrero Hill, San Francisco. The six-story apartment complex is designed to create 64 apartments with the help of the State Density Bonus program, fewer than once proposed but still greater than base zoning would allow.
The San Francisco Planning Department has published a certificate of determination, confirming that a seven-story apartment proposal at 1458 San Bruno Avenue is eligible for the streamlined environmental review process. The plans utilize the State Density Bonus program to create 232 apartments, with 28 affordable, directly across from the Potrero del Sol park in Potrero Hill. The first-time housing developer Christopher Goode, whose family has owned the property for decades, is responsible for the project.
Vertical construction is expected imminently for an advanced six-story factory at 300 Kansas Street in Potrero Hill, San Francisco. The proposal will create new R&D and Manufacturing facilities within a high-tech net-zero carbon building. The project is being developed by Spear Street Capital, headquartered in the city’s prominent Spear Towers.
New building permits have been filed for two five-story residential infills at 961-967 De Haro Street in Potrero Hill, San Francisco. The project would replace a two-unit home with four for-sale condominiums between two buildings. Kennerly Architecture & Planning is responsible for the concept design.
Sales have officially started for 88 at The Park, the residential development at 88 Arkansas Street in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill neighborhood. The project offers 127 residences with some affordable housing across from Jackson Park. First City Development is responsible for the project, with interiors by Solomon Cordwell Buenz.