The 32nd tallest building in the Bay Area planned or built is 333 O’Farrell Street in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood by Union Square. The structure rises 493 feet tall to be the tallest structure exclusively for hotel use in the Bay, and was the second of three structures in the full-block Hilton San Francisco complex. 333 O’Farrell opened in 1971 with design by John Carl Warnecke & Associates.
The new condo reference application has renewed attention on the multi-structure residential development planned around 853 Jamestown Avenue in Bayview, San Francisco. The project aims to build 122 new residential condominiums across a strip of land spanning 6.87 acres straddling Bayview Park. San Francisco-based real estate private equity firm, Strada Investment Group, is responsible for the development.
Emeryville Planning Commission has scheduled a project study session for new construction at 6200 Shellmound Street, Emeryville. The project proposal includes the development of a new building for commercial, residential, and office use which will be a part of Emeryville Public Market. Emeryville Holdings LLC is the project applicant. TCA Architects and Hart Howerton are managing the design concept and construction.
New pre-application permits were filed for the entitled project at 2305 Webster Street in the Northgate-Waverly neighborhood between 23rd and 24th Street abutting Downtown Oakland. The recent application is larger than a previous iteration as it includes affordable housing thanks to the State Density bonus program. Avi Nevo of Segula Investments is responsible for the development, with San Francisco-based Ankrom Moisan Architects responsible for the design.
New renderings have been revealed for a proposed senior living project at 1270 Bush Street, by the LGBTQ+ Polk-Gulch thoroughfare, in Nob Hill San Francisco. The proposal would add 195 new units, of which 42 will offer assisted living care. Paceline Investors is responsible for the project.