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485 Duncan Street Proposed Elevation

New Building Permits Filed For 485 Duncan Street In Noe Valley, San Francisco

New development permits have been filed seeking the approval of a three-story residential building at 485 Duncan Street in Noe Valley, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the demolition of an existing two-bedroom residence and the construction of a two-family residential building. The project requires Conditional Use Authorization.
Martinkovic Milford Architects Inc is managing the design concepts and construction.

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1330 N Street viewed from the Capitol Park, rendering via Kohn Pedersen Fox

Downsized Permits Filed for 1330 N Street, Downtown Sacramento

Planning permits have been filed for an eight-story mixed-use building to rise at 1330 N Street overlooking the California State Capitol Park in Downtown Sacramento. The project is a revision to earlier and larger plans for the site designed by HKS. The most recent proposal calls for about half the residential units, with a sleek design by the internationally acclaimed Kohn Pedersen Fox.

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3871 12th Avenue Front Elevation

Permits Filed for 3871 12th Avenue In Central Oak Park, Sacramento

Construction permits have been sanctioned for developing a new residence at 3871 12th Avenue in Central Oak Park, Sacramento. The project proposal includes the construction of a residential four-plex on a vacant property lot. The project required site plan and design review for a new multi-unit development.
Good Times Investment, LLC is the property owner. Integrated Development Consortium (IDC), LLC is managing the design concepts and construction of the project.

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333 Market Street, image by Andrew Campbell Nelson

Number 39: 333 Market Street, SoMa, San Francisco

The 33-story office building at 333 Market Street is the 39th tallest building in the Bay Area planned or built with a rooftop height of 472 feet tall. The skyscraper was built between 1979 and 1981 by developer Shorenstein Properties in SoMa, San Francisco. With diamond-shaped precast concrete columns extending uninhibited from the street to the parapet, the modernist tower is the design of Los Angeles-based Gin Wong & Associates.

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