Clark Construction Group has announced that crews have started construction on the new University of California, San Francisco Clinic Building that will occupy Block 34 in San Francisco’s Mission Bay. The groundbreaking event follows the beginning of construction on a 500-car garage for UCSF in April of this year.
New permits have been filed for an infill development at 729 Bush Street, located in the eastern edge of San Francisco’s Lower Nob Hill neighborhood. The project would replace the Nob Hill Theatre with housing and medical facilities. John Lum Architecture is responsible for the proposal, which includes preserving the theater facade and signage.
Development permits have been filed seeking the approval of a multi-family residential building at 233 Broadway in Jack London Square, Oakland. The project proposal includes the development of a residential building offering market-rate and affordable units. Riaz Capital is responsible for the design concepts and construction.
A recent site visit by SFYIMBY shows that construction work is almost finished for One Santana West, a new office building in West San Jose. The project will provide a new hub with a capacity for over a thousand employees in a burgeoning mixed-use district. Federal Realty Investment Trust is responsible for the development of Santana West, as well as the busy mixed-use Santana Row plan across the street.
Plans have been revealed for an eight-story mixed-use development at 2040 Mission Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. The proposal would create 42 new apartments next to the 16th Street Mission BART Station. Hunt Hale Jones is responsible for the architecture.