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The Harrison viewed from beside Jasper, image by Andrew Campbell Nelson

Number 23: The Harrison on Rincon Hill, SoMa, San Francisco

The Harrison at 401 Harrison Street is the 23rd tallest skyscraper in the Bay Area planned or built with a rooftop height of 541 feet above street level. The project is the shorter of the two-towered Rincon Hill complex that has redefined the city’s skyline in SoMa, San Francisco. The project has come to define the ascension of Rincon Hill and the East Cut as an extension of high-rise residential development to accommodate the tech boom of the 21st century.

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2040 Webster Street, image courtesy Colliers and the San Francisco Association of Realtors

Preliminary Meeting Requested for Housing Conversion at 2395 Sacramento Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco

March Capital Management has requested a project review meeting with city staff to consider adaptive reuse of the historic classical revival building at 2395 Sacramento Street into a residential building. Located in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood, the project, still in its infancy, would add new apartments in a desirable area rich with transit and small businesses.

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1629 Market Street (left) and 1 Brady Street (right) from Market and Brady, design by Kennerly Architects

Construction Underway for 1629 Market Street, SoMa, San Francisco

Construction is underway for the five-structure mixed-use development at 1629 Market Street, on the western corner of SoMa, San Francisco. The project will create 579 new apartments across two construction phases along with retail and a new home for the UA Local 38 Plumbers & Pipefitters Union Hall. Strada is the property owner and managing the development, operating through Strada Brady LLC.

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770 Woolsey Street street view, rendering by Iwamotoscott Architecture

Public Hearing Scheduled For 770 Woolsey Street, Portola, San Francisco

Permits have been filed seeking the approval of a residential project at 770 Woolsey Street in Portola, San Francisco. The project proposal includes a mix of residences and the demolition of the existing greenhouse nursery, the University Mound Nursery, on the project site. L37 Partners is the project developer. Iwamotoscott Architecture is managing the design concepts and construction. Fletcher Studio is responsible for the landscaping.

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