Embarcadero Capital Partners is making progress on its plans to expand 1035 Howard Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The project has received approval from the city’s Historic Preservation Commission. This comes two years after the firm took out a $34.2 million loan for the development. This adaptive reuse of the currently-vacant Art-Deco office building will help retain a charming facade for subsequent decades.
Permits have been filed for a new residential project at 250 10th Avenue in the Richmond District of San Francisco. The project will split the lot into two and add two new condominium additions to the spot. The project is pending review. Andrew McHale of Design Line Builds is listed as the building owner.
Permits have been filed to demolish the existing structure at 4034 20th Street to make way for two duplex buildings. Located between Noe Street and Sanchez Street in San Francisco’s Castro, the residential expansion is found just four blocks away from the Castro Street commercial core and one block from the Mission Dolores Park. The project is owned and designed by Michael Harris of Michael Harris Architecture.
New building permits have been filed for a mixed-use infill at 1010 Mission Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The development will bring 57 new apartments and ground-floor retail onto a vacant lot currently used as surface parking along the busy downtown artery. 1010 Mission Street LLC is listed as the property owner, with SIA Consulting as the architects.
Plans have been filed for a new three-story residential building at 411 18th Street, in the New Era Park neighborhood of Sacramento. The proposal, tentatively named 18th and DST Apartments, will transform a single-story industrial structure and adjacent vacant lot into a thirteen-unit building with renovated commercial space. Indie Capital LLC is listed as responsible for the development.