The San Francisco planning commission has approved two seven-story office buildings at 474 Bryant and 77 Stillman Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The development will feature design from the internationally acclaimed Woods Bagot architecture firm. San Francisco-based Aralon Properties is responsible for the development, operating through 474 Bryant LLC.
A new apartment complex has reached its successful completion at 1150 3rd Street in Mission Bay. The affordable housing complex is given its name in honor of the late former mayor, Edwin M. Lee, and will offer housing to unhoused veterans and low-income families. OCII, Chinatown Community Development Center, and Swords to Plowshares, a veteran-focused nonprofit worked together to develop the property. Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects, Saida + Sullivan Design Partners are the architects responsible for design and construction.
Revised planning documents have been filed for a new single-family house at 159 Laidley Street south of Billy Goat Hill in Glen Park, San Francisco. The project will replace an existing single-family home with a new single-family residence nearly twice the size. Winder Gibson Architects is responsible for the design.
The City of San Jose is starting the public review period for 475 South 4th Street, a new 23-story residential tower in Downtown San Jose. The 274-foot tower is planned to add 240 rental apartments with student-focused amenities to the South Bay housing market. Urban Catalyst is responsible for the development, dubbed The Mark.
Development permits have been approved for the six-story residential project at 451 28th Street in Pill Hill, Oakland. The proposal will replace a vacant lot with 54 new apartments, of which three will be available for people qualifying as very low-income. San Leandro-based USGL Land LLC is responsible for the development.