The 31st tallest building in the Bay Area planned or built is 333 Bush Street, a 495-foot tall mixed-use building in San Francisco’s Financial District. The project is two blocks away from the Montgomery Street BART Station. Opened in 1986, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill is the project architect.
A project application has been submitted for a hotel at 630 Geary Street in Civic Center, San Francisco. The project proposal consists of a change of use from tourist hotel rooms to residential hotel rooms. Piedmont-based, MW Design, is responsible for the conceptual designs and construction.
Westbank and Gary Dillabough of Urban Community have purchased a vacant parcel expected to become housing at 201 West Julian Street in Downtown San Jose. The $11.4 million transaction adds to the development team’s impressive six-project roster for the city, including an office tower designed by Studio Gang at 255 West Julian Street. Given the development team’s other ambitious proposals, there is high anticipation about what they plan to do at 201 West Julian.
Construction is nearing completion at 88 Broadway and 735 Davis in North Beach, San Francisco. The development will soon open 178 affordable housing units designated for family or senior residents. BRIDGE Housing and the San Francisco-based John Stewart Company responsible for the development.
New development plans have been approved for a new four-story Agnes Memorial Senior Housing project at 2372 International Boulevard by Fruitvale in Oakland. The project would add 60 affordable senior rental units to the East Bay housing market at Miller and 15th Street. Related Companies is responsible for the application.