The South San Francisco planning commission will review expanded plans for Gateway of Pacific phase four tonight. The three-structure phase, to be addressed as 900 Gateway Boulevard, will be the penultimate portion of a development that has already had a significant contribution to the South City East Side skyline in the north of San Mateo County. The developer, BioMed Realty, has proposed to increase the North Building from five to nine stories tall.
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The South San Francisco Planning Commission is scheduled to meet tomorrow evening to discuss plans for Southline, a $1 Billion 28.5-acre commercial development in San Mateo County by the San Bruno BART station. City staff recommends that the commission approve the project, led by Menlo Park-based real estate developer Lane Partners with investment from Goldman Sachs.
New plans have been revealed for an eight-story apartment infill at 40 Airport Boulevard in South San Francisco, San Mateo County. If approved, the two-story industrial building will be replaced with 292 apartments and parking. Blake Griggs Properties is responsible for the development.
The Mitigated Negative Declaration report has been filed, pushing forward plans for a new life sciences project at 580 Dubuque Avenue in The East Side neighborhood of South San Francisco, San Mateo County. The application, filed in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), shows no significant environmental impact from the proposal. IQHQ, a Real Estate Investment Trust, is sponsoring the project via South City Ventures, LLC.
New renderings have been revealed for 101 Gull Drive, a proposed life sciences development in South San Francisco’s East Side neighborhood. The proposal will replace a vacant parcel with a seven-story office building and a 4.5-story garage. The San Mateo County development is being sponsored by Michael Sanford, CEO of the US division for CFLD International, a Singapore-based developer focused on industrial projects and new industry cities across the world.