The Pink Painted Lady on Postcard Row has hit the market again. 714 Steiner Street was purchased by Leah Culver, a senior Twitter engineer in January of 2020. Culver shared her efforts to renovate the project on social media, along with approved permits to restore the project with design by David Armour Architecture. Now, the San Francisco landmark is on the market again for $3.55 million, the same price it sold for over two years ago.
Recently, a dewatering project broke ground at San Jose-Santa Clara Regional Wastewater Facility at 4245 Zanker Road, San José. The project enhances the city’s sustainability. The Dewatering Facility is part of the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) with $1.4 billion over 10 years of improvements to the San José-Santa Clara Regional Wastewater Facility. The CIP aims to modernize and rebuild the infrastructure that has served the community uninterrupted for over 65 years. Walsh Construction is responsible for the design concepts.alsh
New plans have been revealed for a residential infill at 129 Laidley Street in Fairmont, San Francisco. The project will replace the existing home with a modern home three times the size while retaining the low residential density. Winder Gibson Architects will manage the design.
Mission Rock Partners has officially launched construction for the China Basin Park with a groundbreaking ceremony on San Francisco’s Mission Bay waterfront. The park is one of Mission Rock’s most highly anticipated public assets, five acres of waterfront open space shaped by community input and designed by SCAPE Landscape Architecture. Mission Rock Partners is a joint venture with the Giants, the Port of San Francisco, and Tishman Speyer.
New plans have been filed for a mixed-use infill at 5420 Geary Boulevard in San Francisco’s Richmond District. The filing is preliminary as the applicant reviews with the city, with options to include between nine to eighteen homes on the narrow lot. Kerman Morris Architects is managing the design.