The 29th tallest building in the Bay Area planned or built is 706 Mission Street, the nearly complete residential building operated by Four Seasons Private Residences in SoMa, San Francisco. The skyscraper tops out at 510 feet to be the tallest building in the region actively under construction since activity on the Oceanwide Center was halted last year. Westbrook Partners is responsible for the development through 706 Mission Street Co LLC.
Demolition crews have cleared much of the three structures at 2750 19th Street to make way for a proposed mixed-use building in San Francisco’s Mission District. The brick wall facade is being preserved and will be integrated into the future project, named Fitzgerald. Align Real Estate is responsible for the development.
The Planning Commission will be reviewing a preliminary design review application seeking the approval of a three-story mixed-use building at 1207 10th Street, Berkeley. The project proposal includes the demolition of a non-residential building and the construction of a mixed-use building with work-live units, a research & development facility, and other retail use spaces. Hyer Architecture is managing the design concepts and construction. Jonathan Bacharach is listed as the property owner.
Six months after construction topped out, crews have all but finished facade installation for the commercial redevelopment of 100 Stockton Street near San Francisco’s Union Square. The project has made adaptive reuse of a seven-story mid-century department store with expanded offices and modernized retail facilities. Morgan Stanley and Blatteis & Schnur are responsible for the development.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has filed a project profile application with plans to make the Slow Streets Program permanent. Nearly thirty slow-street corridors have been opened since the program started in April last year. A dozen and a half corridors are under consideration to be permanent, with three permanent slow streets in the design phase. The proposal is now under review by the San Francisco Planning Department.