Remodeling and vertical addition have been proposed for a residential property at 371 Prospect Avenue in Bernal Heights, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the construction of a one-story vertical addition at an existing one-story garage at the front of the lot. The new addition will be connected to the existing single-family residence by a new breezeway. See Architecture is responsible for the design concepts.
A new update has been released for the eight-story residential development planned at 2600 Telegraph Avenue in Northgate-Waverly, Oakland. Real estate company Grosvenor has acquired the development. Furthering its investment in the East Bay, Grosvenor will add 225 rental residences, including affordable housing near public transit. The proposal will replace surface parking and a low-rise commercial structure with 225 residential units and ground-floor retail. BAR Architects is responsible for the design.
San Francisco is planning to build a new Fire Department Training Facility at 1236 Carroll Avenue in Hunters Point. The project has just received approval by the City, with the Mayor having signed legislation for the property acquisition. It will replace the existing facilities at 2310 Folsom Street, and on Treasure Island at 649 Avenue N. The San Francisco Department of Public Works is responsible for the design.
A new residential project has been approved for development at 3765-3789 Castro Valley Boulevard in Alameda County. The project proposal includes the development of a mixed-use condominium project with townhomes, accessory dwelling units, and retail space. The project will be developed at the former “Tra-Tel” mobile home park. City Ventures is the project developer. Fourner Design Studio (FDS) is responsible for the design concepts.
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.