Permits have been filed for construction of a new six-story building on 2030 Polk Street, Nob Hill in San Francisco. The proposal includes demolishing the existing one-story commercial building to make way for the 65-feet high residential-commercial building with 53 residential units. RG Architecture is responsible for the design.
Recently filed excavation permits show new movement for the 193-unit residential development planned for 65 Ocean Avenue in Mission Terrace, San Francisco. 48 units will be sold as affordable housing. The six-story building takes shape on top of a sloped irregularly shaped 40,500 square foot parcel. Presidio Bay Ventures is responsible for the development.
Construction is progressing for a new small-scale office infill at 340 11th Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The project will bring 24,990 additional square feet to an area known to attract tech start-ups. The four-story building rises 55 feet tall, providing extra ceiling space. Along with 14,775 square feet of office space, 4,350 square feet will be opened as ground-floor retail.
Plans for building two single-family residences in the development of 3927, 3929, and 3931 19th Street are expected to have been approved by the Planning Commission in response to a Discretionary Review request. The added units on a low-density block in San Francisco’s Castro District would increase the combined residential offering from three to six. Dydx Realty Inc is responsible for the development.
Permits have been filed to demolish a single-story house and construct a two-story single-family dwelling at 231 and 235 Wilde Avenue, San Francisco. The construction site is a 50 feet x 100 feet lot located on Wilde Avenue’s south side in the Visitacion Valley neighborhood. The proposed project will demolish the existing two-story single-family dwelling, subdivide into two 2,500 sq. ft. parcels and construct a single-family residence on each lot. Schaub Ly Architects is managing the project.