850 Bush Street renovation and addition renderings, design by Leavitt Architecture

Multi-Family Mixed-Use Building Planned At 850 Bush Street, San Francisco

Development permits reveal that a mixed-use project has been proposed for the lot at 850 Bush Street in Lower Nob Hill, San Francisco. The project proposes the construction of a twenty-one unit multi-family mixed-use building. The building will feature retail space on the ground level, residential units on the second level, along with horizontal and vertical addition consisting of five levels of residential units above. Leavitt Architecture is managing the design and construction.

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1629 Market Street (left) and 1 Brady Street (right) from Market and Brady, design by Kennerly Architects

Permits for Cranes filed for 1629 Market Street, SoMa, San Francisco

New permits have been filed to approve bringing cranes to construct the five-structure mixed-use development 1629 Market Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The two-acre-wide project has already broken ground, with the site protected by composite wood fencing. San Francisco-based Strada Investment Group and the UA Local 38 Plumbers & Pipefitters Union Hall have signed a development agreement, with Strada credited as the property owner.

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975 Bryant Street

Roof Deck Remodeling Planned For 975 Bryant Street in SoMa, San Francisco

Development permits have been submitted to make constructional alterations to the already approved roof deck on 975 Bryant Street in SoMa,  San Francisco. The alteration proposed is for a five-story apartment building that houses 185 residential units, a parking structure with a capacity of 135 cars, an indoor basketball court, and a retail space spanning over 5,000 square feet. Construction is already well underway for the site, and completion is expected soon.

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