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4200 Geary Boulevard, rendering courtesy TNDC

New Renderings Revealed for 4200 Geary Boulevard, Richmond District, San Francisco

New renderings have been revealed with a sales update for 4200 Geary Boulevard, an affordable senior housing development in the Richmond District, San Francisco. The Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation is responsible for the development, with funding from the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development. The project received approval to expedite development using Senate Bill 35.

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5915 California Street Rendering

New Condominium Apartment Building Planned At 5915 California Street, San Francisco

Development permits were submitted for approval of constructing a four-story condominium building at 5915 California Street in the Richmond District of San Francisco. Conditional Use Authorization has been submitted for the demolition of an existing two-story, type 5 single-family residence. The project proposal includes constructing a new four-story, type 5b condominium building with three units. John Lum Architecture is managing the design concepts and construction of the housing project.

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43 7th Avenue, design by Gould Evans

Renderings For Shingle-Style Goodman Residences at 37-43 7th Avenue, Richmond District, San Francisco

New building permits have been filed for a one-unit residential structure between 37 and 43 7th Avenue by the Presidio Golf Course in the Richmond District, San Francisco. The design features the Bay Area’s distinctive traditional Shingle Style with a green-painted bay window. Gould Evans, the same firm behind the rising twenty-six story 30 Otis Street, is responsible for the proposal.

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Richmond Park, San Francisco

Let’sPlaySF Campaign To Renovate Richmond Playground In San Francisco

The Let’sPlaySF Campaign is taking up renovation plans for Richmond Playground in Richmond District, San Francisco. Let’sPlaySF is a campaign created by the Recreation and Park Department and the San Francisco Parks Alliance to raise $13.3 Million in private funding. MIG is the landscape architect managing the landscape designs. The funds will be used to support the renovation project for 13 parks across San Francisco

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