The 440-foot tower at 500 Folsom Street is tied with two other structures as the 43rd tallest building in the Bay Area, located in SoMa, San Francisco. 500 Folsom Street, also known as Transbay Block 9, was between 2016 and 2019 to contribute housing and retail. The project was developed by the Real Estate Investment Trust Essex, TMG Partners, and BRIDGE Housing.
Public notices will start to circulate for neighbors of the proposed development site at 1817-1823 Alemany Boulevard, located in the Outer Mission neighborhood of San Francisco. New building permits have already been filed for the site and are under review. Alemany Properties LLC, a small corporation run by an Alameda resident, is responsible for developing as a project sponsor.
Development permits were submitted seeking the approval of a new sales center at 1500 17th Street in Potrero Hill, San Francisco. The project proposal includes constructing a sales center for new construction at 88 Arkansas street project along with new interior non-structural tenant improvements like interior partitions and finishes on the ground floor of the existing four-story building
BAR Architects is managing the design concept and construction of the project.
Construction has topped out for One Santana West, the first phase in a thirteen-acre commercial project next to the famed Sarah L. Winchester Mystery House on Central and West San Jose’s border. The development will produce nearly a million square feet of office space, parking, retail, and greenery while retaining a mid-Century theater as part of the mixed-use Santana Row / Valley Fair Urban Village plan. Federal Realty Investment Trust is developing the project.
One of the most inspiring challenges for urban planners is how to reintegrate overbuilt vehicle infrastructure into the city’s fabric. Gensler shows one solution for evolving these elements in a recent publication, even when there is an enduring necessity. As mass-transit is being improved and surface parking redeveloped across downtown San Jose, this process will increase the need for building like the San Pedro Market Parking Garage at 45 North San Pedro Street. Over the last year, Gensler’s San Jose offices noticed that the garage roof was often carless and was encouraged to see people visit and enjoy the space. Moment 2.0 is the firm’s response to this observation, a visual illustration that imagines a community environment they hope to see built.