New construction permits have been filed for a nine-story group housing project at 468 Turk Street in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood. The project would create 101 single-room occupancy units. Turk Street LLC is responsible for the development, with Maddern Construction as the contractor.
Developers have filed for a major architectural review for a residential proposal at 2609 Alma Street in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The request has revealed a new design for the proposed apartments, adding four new townhomes within walking distance from the California Avenue Caltrain transit Station. John Lum Architecture is the project architect.
Permits have been filed seeking the approval of modifications to an existing commercial space at 1061 Folsom Street in South of Market, San Francisco. The project proposal includes vertical addition and conversion of the commercial space to provide residential units. SIA Consulting is managing the design concepts and construction.
Updated renderings show a significant design change for the redevelopment of 233 Geary Street, reducing the alterations to the marble facade. The development will transform the 11-story department store into a mixed-use building with retail, offices, and apartments overlooking Union Square in San Francisco. Sand Hill Property Company is responsible for the development.
The new ZEISS office center at 5300 Central Parkway in Dublin, Alameda County, is now complete. Named the ZEISS Innovation Center, the three-story office building will centralize the firm’s previous footprint split between Dublin and Pleasanton with purpose-built facilities for the company’s evolving needs. The project architect at Gensler spoke with SFYIMBY about the building and design inspiration.