New renderings have been revealed for 101 Gull Drive, a proposed life sciences development in South San Francisco’s East Side neighborhood. The proposal will replace a vacant parcel with a seven-story office building and a 4.5-story garage. The San Mateo County development is being sponsored by Michael Sanford, CEO of the US division for CFLD International, a Singapore-based developer focused on industrial projects and new industry cities across the world.
New project profile applications have been filed to renew plans for a residential in-fill at 842 California Street, located between the Chinatown and Nob Hill neighborhoods in San Francisco. The project will replace four structures with 24 new homes, of which two will be replacement housing for existing rental units. Acme Development is responsible for the application.
The San Francisco Planning Commission is reviewing plans for the expansion of the San Francisco University High School at 3150 California Street in the Pacific Heights. The proposal is to replace the existing facility on-site, a small strip mall, and surface parking with the three-story new school. Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects is responsible for the design.
The designation of Clay Theater might soon undergo a change. The 111-year-old film theater, located at 2261 Fillmore Street in Pacific Heights, San Francisco, could be revived and given the status of a historic landmark.
People across the Bay Area have been told to expect an impressive onslaught of construction to start or finish during this new year. From Treasure Island to Mission Bay, Diridon Station to Downtown Oakland, crews are planning to break ground on skyscrapers and apartments, open a new light-rail subway, and start work on the Silicon Valley BART extension. The following is a list of the highlights we at SFYIMBY hope to share with our readers between now and 2023.