New building permits have been filed for a prominent new residential project on Treasure Island, an artificial island in San Francisco. The five-story building will add 117 new residential units as part of an 8,000-unit $6 billion district project in the Bay Area. Treasure Island Development Group, or TICD, is responsible for the development.
While sales for housing on Yerba Buena Island are underway, the first sign of concrete is finally visible on Treasure Island. The first of many buildings to come is rising at parcel C3.2, a 100% affordable housing development called the Maceo May Apartments. Its 105 units are a fraction of the largest master plan for residential construction in the Bay Area. The approximately 8,000-unit plan for the two islands is being developed by Treasure Island Community Development (TICD), a partnership with Stockbridge Capital Group, Wilson Meany, and Lennar Corporation.
Multi-billion-dollar housing development is all set to be revealed in Yerba Buena Island; an island settled in the bay between Oakland and San Francisco. Yerba Buena Island will soon be home to 226 luxury apartments priced at a minimum of $1 million. San Franciscan boutique Real Estate venture, Wilson Meany, is the developer and investor. The Agency and Stockbridge are also managing the development of the project. The project celebrated groundbreaking in mid-2019.
Plans for setting up restrooms for bus operators in Treasure Island, San Francisco are going to the city planning commission. The proposed construction features wash sinks with temperature mixer faucets, urinals, recessed shelf and coat hangars, and a fixed skylight. The exterior finish is composed of metal louvers, fiber cement panels, and ceramic steel panels.
A new multifamily affordable housing project has broken ground on Treasure Island, San Francisco. This one project, known as the Maceo May Apartments, will add just over a hundred new residential units, of which 65 are for veterans. The six-story structure is a modular construction, yielding 104,000 square feet across the 0.74-acre parcel. The building will be a mix of studios, one-bedrooms, and two bedrooms. The Chinatown Community Development Center and Swords of Plowshare, a Bay Area developer, will be developing the project jointly.