Forge Development Partners just announced its development proposed at 468 Turk Street in Tenderloin, San Francisco. The project proposes to construct a nine-story building offering 90 residential units. The residential building will provide residents with an affordable, modern and elegantly designed living experience in a sustainable development that will enrich the Tenderloin for years to come. Turk Street LLC is responsible for the development, with Maddern Construction serving as the contractor. Macy Architecture is responsible for the designs.
For the last twelve days of this year, SF YIMBY will look back on each month and share the biggest stories we covered. In February, Builder’s Remedy finally reached the Bay Area when plans for 21 units in Los Altos Hills revealed the discrepancy between what cities allowed and what some property owners wanted to build. Several towers showed permitting progress in Downtown Oakland and San Jose. Meanwhile, rare news from the North Bay came when public comment opened for what could become the largest affordable housing project built in Marin County in over 50 years.
New plans have been filed for an eight-story apartment complex at 585 17th Street in Downtown Oakland, Alameda County. The proposal will replace a narrow surface lot with nearly a hundred homes. DM Development is responsible for the application, working on behalf of the property owners, Lincoln Village Offices.
A preliminary application has been submitted seeking the approval of a new mixed-use project at 2350 Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley. The project proposal includes the construction of a new eight-story building offering residential and commercial spaces. Plans call for the removal of two existing non-landmarked commercial structures on the site. Kick-Axe Properties is listed as the owner. Trachtenberg Architects is responsible for the designs.
For the last twelve days of the year 2023, SF YIMBY will look back on each month and share the biggest stories we covered. January started with new plans revealed by Solbach for a 46-story tower, construction financing for Samuel Merritt University’s expansion in Downtown Oakland, and YIMBY sharing aerial views of construction for the mega-development on Treasure Island.