100 Marine Parkway

New Life Sciences Campus Proposed At 100 Marine Parkway, Redwood City

Plans have been submitted seeking the approval a new life sciences project at 100 Marine Parkway in Redwood City. The project proposal includes the redevelopment of several office buildings into a high-end life sciences campus on 100 Marine Parkway, 1 Twin Dolphin Drive, and 3 Twin Dolphin Drive within the Redwood Shore. Prince Street Partners and Center Capital Partners are the project developers.

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2629 Taylor Street view from North Point Street, rendering by Stanton Architecture

Proposed Hotel by Fisherman’s Wharf Clears Hurdle with San Francisco Planning

The proposal hotel for 2629 Taylor Street has cleared the environmental review process, bringing the project one set closer to rising by San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf. Construction will replace an existing two-story building with 136 guest rooms by one of the city’s most popular tourist areas. Blackridge LLC, a Denver-based developer, is sponsoring the hotel.

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Shirley Chisholm Village Educator Housing, rendering by BAR Architecture

Event Tomorrow for Affordable Educator Housing in Sunset District, San Francisco

Construction is expected to start this summer on the Shirley Chisholm Village Educator Housing at 1360 43rd Avenue in San Francisco’s Sunset District. The property has been used as a public park over the last six years while the city reviewed the housing project. Now with approval set and construction to start in a few months, an event has been organized to celebrate the impending closure of Parkland at 43rd Avenue tomorrow, May 7th.

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100 Orizaba Avenue library massing, elevation by San Francisco Public Works Bureau of Architecture

City Provides Input on Ocean View Public Library at 100 Orizaba Avenue, San Francisco

The San Francisco Public Library is considering plans to construct a new branch at 100 Orizaba Avenue in Ocean View. The Preliminary Project Assessment review has been published by San Francisco Planning Department, giving insight into what city staff considers important issues for the project. The new project will replace the neighborhood’s existing library at 345 Randolph Street, also the smallest library in the SFPL system.

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