With site work already underway, Lendlease and city leaders have celebrated the official groundbreaking ceremony of 30 Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco’s Civic Center. The 47-story project, now titled Hayes Point, is set to open by 2025, with 333 homes above offices and retail.
Jazzie Collins Apartments has officially opened ahead of schedule at 53 Colton Street in San Francisco’s Hub neighborhood. The six-story building, named after one of the city’s famous social activists, has created 96 new units of permanent supportive housing co-developed by HomeRise and Strada Investment Group. The opening occurred earlier this week with the Mayor in attendance.
New building permits have been filed for 10 South Van Ness Avenue, the sixth tallest project in the Bay Area’s pipeline. The 590-foot residential tower would create 966 new homes from a triangular 1.2-acre lot between Market and Mission Street in San Francisco’s Civic Center. Crescent Heights is responsible for the development.
New renderings have been published for One Oak, representing the second public design iteration by Solomon Cordwell Buenz for the 40-story mixed-use tower expected to rise in San Francisco’s Civic Center. The project will create 460 new homes, retail, and a public plaza along Oak Street. Build Inc., the property owner.
New renderings have been revealed for a 41-story proposal at One Oak in San Francisco’s Civic Center neighborhood. The imagery and new details come after an application this summer was filed to request an entitlement revision and increase the dwelling unit count from 319 to 453 units. Now, planning documents suggest the project could create 465 dwelling units. Build Inc. is responsible for the application.