Development permits have been filed seeking the approval of constructing a new four-story residential building at 1868 Greenwich Street in Cow Hollow, San Francisco. The project proposal requests for Conditional Use Authorization pursuant to allow the demolition of the existing double-story single-family residence occupying an area of 1,636 square feet at the rear of the project site. Nova Designs + Builds is managing the design concepts and construction of the project. Fabien Lannoye is the project sponsor.
The 41st tallest skyscraper in the Bay Area built or planned is 95 Hawthorne Street, a proposed residential tower around the corner from the Moscone Center in SoMa, San Francisco. The tower rises 444 feet tall to the top floor and 461 feet to its peak. With the property’s 2007 sale and permit valuation combined, the development costs will go well over a third of a billion dollars. The Boston-based property owner, John Hancock Life Insurance Company, has partnered with Holland Partner Group as joint developers.
The Plan Code Amendments from San Francisco’s Small Business Recovery Act have been submitted to the Planning Department. The application comes directly from the office of Mayor London Breed. The proposed legislation includes amendments to reduce bureaucracy, save time for small businesses, and support individuals and institutions working in arts and culture. The application has been received and is now pending review.
Oakland’s Design Review Committee is scheduled to review updated designs for what could become the tallest skyscraper in the Bay Area outside of San Francisco. The 623-foot office tower will rise at 415 20th Street, two hundred feet higher than the current tallest building in Downtown Oakland, the Ordway Building. Hines is the project developer.
City Planning Commission is reviewing submitted plans for a new eight-story construction at 1500 15th Street in the Mission District, San Francisco. The proposal includes the construction of a new group housing project consisting of an eighty-five-foot high structure with residential and commercial space on the first floor. The project also proposes the demolition of a single-story auto body workshop and a parking lot.