For the last twelve days of the year, SF YIMBY will look back on each month to reflect on the biggest stories we covered. This month saw new renderings for various major projects across San Francisco and groundbreaking for new affordable housing and a life sciences project. YIMBY also toured a new dense energy-efficient apartment infill at 361 Turk Street.
Development permits have been filed seeking the approval of a residential project proposed at 1149 Girard Street in Visitacion Valley, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the construction of a three-story residential building with basement. Triplet Technology LLC is responsible for the development.
For the last twelve days of the year, SF YIMBY will look back on each month to reflect on the biggest stories we covered. In October, we again broke the news about a proposed residential tower with renderings for the Bay Area, this time to be the tallest building in Oakland. Pre-construction progress was noted across the region, with Core Spaces making a second bid for 2128 Oxford Street to be the tallest project in Berkeley, new renderings for the OMA-designed 730 Stanyan Street, and Alexandria plans to redevelop the BART-adjacent Tanforan Mall in San Bruno. Meanwhile, construction progress was documented for the San Jose City College, 1510 Webster Street, and 2359 Harrison Street.
A planning application has been submitted seeking the approval of a project at 1001-1009 Oak Hill Road n Lafayette, Contra Costa County. The project proposal includes the construction of a residential building. Jeff Stone is listed as the property owner. HDO Architects is responsible for the designs.
For the last twelve days of the year, SF YIMBY will look back on each month to reflect on the biggest stories we covered. In September, we saw the official groundbreaking of 30 Van Ness, a tour of the Bristol on Yerba Buena Island, and the topping out of new labs in San Mateo County. The highlight of the month, possibly the year, was when YIMBY broke the story of new renderings for The Cube at 620 Folsom Street and the Foster-designed Redwood supertall at 50 Main Street.