Multifamily news in Architecture & Design - San Francisco

  • $95M San Fran Mixed-Use Development Gets Green Light

    The project, designed by KTGY Architecture + Planning and developed by Trammell Crow Residential, will feature 127 apartments and more than 9,300 square feet of retail and creative workspace.

  • San Francisco Tower Gets $25M Facelift

    Related Cos. brought in Marmol Radziner to redesign The Paramount, aiming for a better fit with the neighborhood’s commitment to the arts.

  • From Dentistry School to Luxury Condos

    Trumark Urban developed the 76-unit community, which includes 60 flats, six triplex townhomes and 10 townhouses. The architectural firm Handel Architects maintained the original façade while designing three-dimensional window bays and floor-to-ceiling glass windows for expansive views, enhancing the building's geometric presence.

  • TMG Partners to Convert San Francisco CPMC to Housing Site

    The developer has submitted a preliminary project application and environmental evaluation for up to 250 Units in Presidio Heights.

  • Continental Partners Secures Financing for SF Conversion

    The sponsor plans to convert a a 7,500 square-foot value-add office building into multifamily micro-units.

  • Product Spotlight: Soundproof Windows

    Property owners put an end to excessive noise and shave expenses in the process.

  • Soledad Community Boosts Affordable Stock

    Developed by Eden Housing and South County Housing, Camphora is intended to provide a fresh option for Monterey County farm workers.

  • Case Study: San Francisco’s 1180 Fourth St.

    The new development in San Francisco’s evolving Mission Bay offers luxe living to low-income and formerly homeless renters.

  • Mall Makeover to Showcase a Record-Setter

    A Bay Area developer wants to bring a 30-acre green roof to Cupertino, Calif.

  • 3 Strategies for Effective Common Spaces in Affordable (and Market Rate) Multifamily

    If residents form bonds with each other, this strengthens their ties to the apartment community.

  • Reboot Lands Buyer, New Tenants for San Jose Office Park

    A testament to Silicon Valley’s white hot office market at the current moment is a recently completed deal for THE Campus office park in San Jose. The asset was acquired by MCP Trimble Campus LLC, an entity controlled by MetLife Real Estate Advisors.

  • East Span’s Design Wins Fresh Acclaim

    The San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge East Span was recently given the 2015 Grand Conceptor Award at this year’s Engineering Excellence Awards. The award was announced during the Engineering Excellence Awards Dinner and Gala held in Washington, D.C., an event sponsored by the American Council of Engineering Companies. Attended by around 600 people, the black-tie event was hosted by comedian Rex Havens and acknowledged the accomplishments of around 170 engineering projects across the world.

  • Meridian Gets HREI Insights Awards Nomination for Renovation Project in Walnut Creek

    Full service real estate developer and medical real estate company Meridian recently announced that one of its projects was recently selected as a finalist in the 2014 HREI Insights Awards in the “Best Renovated or Repurposed Healthcare Facility” category. Healthcare Real Estate Insights is a national magazine that covers health care real estate development, financing, and investment. The nomination is part of the second annual HREI Insights Awards, currently the only event of its kind, dedicated to the healthcare real estate development. Meridian’s project is a single-level property that was redeveloped from a former post office.

  • C.W. Driver Completes New Bloomingdale’s Store at Stanford Shopping Center

    Contractor C.W. Driver recently completed work on the new Bloomingdale’s at the Stanford Shopping Center project in Palo Alto, Calif. The California-based company had been working on the project that replaced the old Bloomingdale’s store on El Camino Real since December 2013. The new retail building is an $18 million project that aimed at bringing a clean, modern design to the Stanford Shopping Center.

  • Jay Paul Company Receives $480 Million Construction Loan from HFF for its Tower at 181 Fremont Street

    The city’s South Financial District is set to welcome a new major mixed-use development project as developer Jay Paul Company recently locked in financing for its Fremont Street venture. HFF recently announced that it has arranged construction financing on behalf of the developer through Starwood Property Trust. The total amount sourced for the large mixed-use plan is $480 million. HFF’s debt placement team was led by Peter Smyslowski, a managing director with the company, with director Chris Gandy and associates Walter Chui and Brandon Roth also part of the team.