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2350 Green Street View

School Expansion Proposed At 2350 Green Street In Cow Hollow, San Francisco

Permits have been filed seeking the approval of the expansion of a school located at 2350 Green Street in Cow Hollow, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the remodeling and additions that will expand the existing building footprint. The project site houses St. Vincent De Paul School, containing the main school building (currently being used as the lower school), a gymnasium, and classroom buildings (currently used as the middle school). The project site is a parcel spanning an area of 37,734 square feet. The project proposal includes the infill of the first floor of the middle school and a new addition, including a new stairway connecting the middle school and the lower school. The middle school will increase in size from 5,972 square feet to 13,650 square feet. Emeryville-based architecture firm Ratcliff is responsible for the design concepts and construction.

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Preliminary Design Review Pending For 300 Mosley Avenue In Alameda

A preliminary design review is pending for a residential complex proposed at 300 Mosley Avenue in Alameda. The proposed project involves the development of a residential complex with additional units. Existing units will be demolished or replaced. Carmel Partners LLC is the property owner. Degen & Degen Architecture and Interior Design is managing the design concepts and construction.

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Southline from Huntington-Sneath Intersection, image by DES Architects and Engineers

Southline Plans Published Ahead of November Meeting, South San Francisco, San Mateo County

The City of South San Francisco has published detailed plans for a 26-acre mixed-use proposal by Lane Partners to develop offices or life science buildings beside retail and public open space. The project would demolish the dozen low-slung industrial structures nearby a residential neighborhood, large shops, and the San Bruno BART Station, San Mateo County. DES Architects will be responsible for the design.

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