Construction is underway for the five-structure mixed-use development at 1629 Market Street, on the western corner of SoMa, San Francisco. The project will create 579 new apartments across two construction phases along with retail and a new home for the UA Local 38 Plumbers & Pipefitters Union Hall. Strada is the property owner and managing the development, operating through Strada Brady LLC.
Permits have been filed seeking the approval of a residential project at 770 Woolsey Street in Portola, San Francisco. The project proposal includes a mix of residences and the demolition of the existing greenhouse nursery, the University Mound Nursery, on the project site. L37 Partners is the project developer. Iwamotoscott Architecture is managing the design concepts and construction. Fletcher Studio is responsible for the landscaping.
Demolition and new building permits have been filed for phase two of construction at 2352 Shattuck Avenue in Downtown Berkeley. The second structure will create 69 units, of which six will be priced for low-income households. The Austin Group and CA Ventures are the project developers.
Permits have been submitted seeking the approval of a multi-family residential project at 475 South 4th Street in San Jose. The project proposal includes the construction of a residential building with on-site parking spaces. A special-use permit has been filed to allow the demolition of three residential structures totaling approximately 16,883 square feet. Urban Catalyst is the project developer. BDE Architecture is responsible for the design concepts and construction. Guzzardo Partnership is managing the landscape of the apartment complex.
Brookfield has filed a new design review phase application for a six-story office building at Parcel A at 88 Maryland Street. Parcel A is one of many structures to be built in the 69-acre mixed-use district plan along San Francisco’s Central Waterfront of which Brookfield is developed 28 acres. The application reveals a new design for Parcel A by DES Architects + Engineers in collaboration with Los Angeles-based Grimshaw Architects.