1728 Larkin Street, design by Dumican Mosey Architects

Permits Filed for 1728 Larkin Street, Russian Hill, San Francisco

New building permits have been filed for a six-story residential building at 1728 Larkin Street in the Russian Hill neighborhood of San Francisco. The construction will take over a narrow 3,500 square foot rectangular lot to construct a 13,322 square foot structure, providing six large units. Brick and Mortar Equity are listed as the property owner, while the construction is to be sponsored by Equity Six LLC.

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Little Portugal Gateway at 1663 Alum Rock Avenue from the main street, by SiliconSage Builders

Zoning and Demo Approval for Little Portugal Gateway, San Jose

The San Jose planning commission has provided key approval recommendations to construct a mixed-use residential proposal at 1663 Alum Rock Avenue. The developers have named the project ‘the Little Portugal Gateway,’ for being in the Little Portugal neighborhood of San Jose. It will be a substantial mid-density increase to the currently low-density area. 123 new apartments will be built, ranging from studios to two-beds. SiliconSage Builders are responsible for development.

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2967 23rd Street, design by Winder Gibson Architects

Permits Filed for 2967 23rd Street, Mission District, San Francisco

Permits have been approved to transform a single-family lot to contain four units at 2967 23rd Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. The construction involves adding a vertical addition to an existing single-family residence and building a new four-story two-unit place on a currently vacant portion of the lot. The new housing will do a small part to help capture demand for one of the city’s most distinctive neighborhoods. Kieran Woods Construction is the owner and contractor for the project.

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Station A office building, design by Herzog & de Meuron, Adamson Associates

Renderings Reveal Station A’s Adaptive Reuse by Adamsom, Herzog & de Meuron

New renderings reveal a sleek modern addition to transform the historic “Station A” into a modern office building. The twelve-story adaptive re-use will feature design by Adamson Associates with consultation from the high-profile Herzog & de Meuron. With affordances for workers and the general public, this mid-rise development will be a part of the massive Potrero Power Station development in Hunters Point, led by Associate Capital’s Barrel Company LLC.

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