The San Francisco Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans for a five-story residential infill nearby BART in Balboa Park, San Francisco. The project makes use of the State Density Bonus program to propose 35 new units with some affordable housing. City staff has recommended the commission approve the application with conditions.
Permits have been filed for the renovation of a property located at 4200 23rd Street in Noe Valley, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of the renovation of an exisiting single-family residence at the rear of the site and new construction of a two-unit structure at the front of the site. Leavitt Architecture is responsible for the design concepts.
Building permits have been filed for the estimated $105 million reskinning and renovation of 77 Beale Street, to be renamed 200 Mission Street, in Hines’ headline-grabbing plan for the Atlas Block Campus in SoMa, San Francisco. Along with building permits, planning documents reveal new imagery and programming details for the mixed-use project. The Atlas Block includes the dynamic Foster + Partners-designed facade for 50 Main Street, the potential second tallest building for the Bay Area.
A new Hyatt hotel project has been proposed at 3750 North Laughlin Road in Santa Rosa. The project proposal includes the development of an 85-foot tall hotel with guest amenities, a rooftop restaurant, and onsite parking. The project seeks a use permit, design review approval, an amendment to the Airport Industrial Area Specific Plan, and a development agreement. Landmark Hotels LLC is the project applicant.
The Sobrato Organization has received good news for plans to build new offices at 3000 Bowers Avenue in Santa Clara. The project aims to add a third of a million square feet of office space just outside the Lawrence Station Area Plan. The review process as part of the California Environmental Quality Act, or CEQA, has determined that mitigation measures will ensure construction has no significant effect on the environment.