Construction work has finished for the supportive housing development at 833 Bryant Street in SoMa, San Francisco. Residents have already started to move into the 145 new units, accompanied by amenities, a ground-floor flex space, and support offices. The project is a partnership between Mercy Housing, Tipping Point Community, and the San Francisco Accelerator Fund.
Construction has topped out for the new R&D office building at 751 Gateway Boulevard in South San Francisco. The project has replaced a large surface parking lot in the city center, expanding the Gateway Campus owned by Alexandria Real Estate Equities and Boston Properties. The development is a joint venture between the two developers.
A new affordable housing project will soon be welcomed at 2001 Ashby Avenue in Berkeley. The project proposal includes the demolition of a single-story commercial structure with partial basement to make way for a six-story apartment building. RCD Housing is the project developer. MWA Architects is responsible for the design concepts.
The third tallest building proposed or built, and the second tower building standing in the Bay Area, is the Transamerica Pyramid, the defining icon for the San Francisco skyline since its completion in 1972. With a rooftop height of 853 feet tall, the pyramid would not be surpassed in height until 2018 with the completion of the Salesforce Tower. William L. Pereira & Associates is responsible for the design.
A new affordable residential project has been approved at 6541-6543 Regional Street in Dublin. The project proposal includes the development of a residential complex with apartments reserved for seniors, replacing a single-story commercial building on the site. The Planning Commission approved the Site Development Review Permit on November 23, 2021. Nonprofit entity Eden Housing is the project developer.