The preliminary project assessment application has been submitted for a seven-story residential building at 5250 Third Street in Bayview, San Francisco. The proposal seeks to create a 102-unit residential building, showing a minor increase from the initial project size. The developers expect to create middle-income affordable housing with the HOME SF program. Leavitt Architecture Inc. is responsible for the project design.
New building permits have been filed for 212 Ritch Street in the South of Market district in San Francisco. The project proposal includes the construction of a new five-story mixed-use building. YA Studio is managing the design concepts and construction.
Plans are currently under review for a new duplex building at 4234 24th Street in Noe Valley, San Francisco. The building is located between Douglass and Diamond street, nearby the local commercial thoroughfare starting at Castro Street. EE Weiss Architects is responsible for the design.
Permits have been filed for a striking new office building at 17 South Fourth Street in Downtown San Jose. The project, tentatively called SuZaCo, will build glass-clad cross-laminated timber office buildings on and around the reused ornate two-story State Meat Market Building. San Jose-based Bayview Development Group, behind the residential Miro towers adjacent to SuZaCo, is the project developer.
Celebrating with her city, Mayor London Breed announced the recent news of groundbreaking for an affordable housing project at 36 Amber Drive in Diamond Heights, San Francisco. The project will offer eight dwellings, available for purchase for low- to moderate-income families. The project is the first City-sponsored affordable housing partnership with Habitat for Humanity. The Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD) is the project developer. Kerman Morris Architects is responsible for the design concepts and construction.