New building permits have been filed for the adaptive reuse of 3300 Mission Street in Bernal Heights, San Francisco. The 100% affordable proposal will receive a fast-tracked approval process per the Mayor Lee-passed executive directive for the vacant building, which was damaged in a 2016 fire. The development team will include Mitchelville Real Estate Group, Bernal Heights Housing Corporation, and the Tabernacle Community Development Corporation.
March Capital Management is continuing to pursue an adaptive reuse of the former private library for Cooper Medical College in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood. Updated renderings show the firm is honing in on the design, led by BAR Architects, that includes interior renovations and expansion. The city’s Planning Commission is scheduled to review the plan in a public meeting this Thursday.
Permits have been issues for the development of a new medical center at 3023 Summit Street in Pill Hill, Oakland. The project proposal includes the construction of a new seven-story building, Stanford Medical Sutter Health Cancer Center (SMSHCC), offering spaces for outpatient treatment center. The project involves the demolition of two structures on the site.
Plans for The Village SF Wellness Center is among the five winners of the national 2023 Mass Timber Competition. The contest was run by the Softwood Lumber Board and the USDA Forest Service, focusing on building toward net-zero construction. The five winners will receive a combined $2.2 million. The Village SF, a proposed multi-function community hub for indigenous peoples in San Francisco’s Mission District, is developed by Friendship House, Equity Community Builders, and several Native-led nonprofits.
Less than a month after increased plans surfaced, recent permit activity shows minor adjustments for the eight-story apartment proposed for 842 California Street, San Francisco. The development now aims to create an additional dwelling unit for a total of 31 new homes in Nob Hill. Acme Development is the project sponsor.