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 July, San Francisco saw the opening of the $118 million Presidio Tunnel Tops park, replacing surface parking and covering up an overpass with 14 acres of landscaped open space. Meanwhile, in the Civic Center and on Treasure Island, crane installation signaled the start of work on two new towers that will contribute to the city’s slow-growing skyline. In San Jose, crews finished the facade installation for the Adobe North Tower.
A new client services center for the city’s Human Services Agency (HSA) has been planned for construction at 6000 3rd Street in Bayview, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the acquisition of the existing warehouse to be utilized as a service center for the city’s HSA.
For the last twelve days of the year, SF YIMBY will look back on each month to reflect on the biggest stories we covered. For June, we saw the shortening of 50 Main Street, new renderings revealed for several towers, construction starting on a San Francisco park and Berkeley apartments, topping out of 200 Park Avenue in San Jose, and demolition permits for 10 South Van Ness.
A residential project has been approved for development at 1265 Montecito Avenue in Mountain View. The project proposal includes the construction of two new five-story multifamily residential buildings. Plans call for the demolition of an existing building on the site. Charities Housing is the project developer. Rincon Consultants is the city’s environmental consultant for the project.
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 May, crews demolished the infamous ‘historic laundromat’ at 2918 Mission Street, clearing the way for a new eight-story infill. Demolition permits were filed for 555 Bryant Street, new renderings were revealed for One Oak, and SOM shared a construction update for the new net-zero San Mateo County Office Building in Redwood City.