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Housing and Commercial Projects

Completed Housing and Commercial Projects

Ballpark-Evening.jpgConstruction has been completed on approximately 1.2 million square feet of commercial space, 2,814 residential units, and a 41,500 seat Ballpark. In the aggregate, 24% of all the new residential units constructed are presently for low and moderate-income households.

Rincon Center: Development completed in 1989 of 532,000 square feet of retail / office space and 320 residential units at this site bounded by Mission, Howard, Spear, and Steuart Streets. 20% of the units are currently for low/moderate income households.


Owner/Developer:

Perini Land & Development Company


Architect:

Pereira Architects


Contractor:

Tutor/Saliba and Perini Company

Bayside Village: Development completed in 1989 of 868 residential units and 15,000 square feet of commercial space, which is located along the Embarcadero at the corner of Brannan and Beale. 20% of the units are currently for low/moderate income households.


Owner/Developer:

Forest City Dillon, Inc. & General Atlantic Corp.


Architect:

Fisher Friedman Associates


Engineering:

G.F.D.S. Engineers


Contractor:

William & Burrows, Inc.

South Beach Marina Apartments: Development completed on this site, located at the corner of Townsend and Colin P. Kelly, Jr. Streets, in 1989 of 414 residential units and 8,000 square feet of commercial space. 23% of the units are currently for low/moderate income households.

Owner/Developer:

South Beach Marina Apartments, Ltd.


Architects:

Fisher Friedman Associates


Engineering:

Robinson, Meier Jully


Contractor:

Rudolphe & Sletten

Delancey Street Foundation: Development completed in 1990 at this site, which is located along the Embarcadero between Delancey and Beale Streets, of 177 residential units and 65,000 square feet of commercial space. All of the units are designated for approximately 450 low income Delancey Street Foundation residents.


Land Owner:

Port of San Francisco


Lessee/Developer:

Delancey Street Foundation


Architect:

Backen, Arrigoni & Ross


Contractor:

Apersey Construction

Steamboat Point: Development completed in 1992 at this site, located along the Embarcadero between King and Townsend Streets, of 106 residential units and 1,500 square feet of commercial space. All units are set aside for low income households.


Land Owner:

Port of San Francisco


Sub-Lessee/Developer:

BRIDGE Non-profit Housing Corp.


Architect:

Backen Arrigoni & Ross


Contractor:

Obayashi Construction Inc.

301 Bryant Street: Development was completed in October 1998 of 38 loft-style residential units, including 7 affordable units at this site located at the corner of Bryant and Delancey Streets.


Developer:

Rincon Point Development Company


Architect:

Tanner Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects


Contractor:

Oliver Construction

Cape Horn Warehouse: Development was completed in 1997 of 16 loft type condominium residential units of this privately owned landmark building located at the corner of Delancey and Bryant.


Developer:

Thompson Brooks


Architect:

Pfau Architecture


Contractor:

Thompson Construction

The Brannan/Oriental Warehouse Project (Phases 1-4): Construction of the first phase of this 402 unit housing project, the rehabilitation of the Oriental Warehouse located at Delancey and Brannan Streets, into 66 condominium loft type units, was completed in February 1997. Construction of an additional 336 for sale units in three phased towers adjacent to the rehabilitated warehouse was completed in 2002.


Developer:

Reliance Development Company


Architect:

Fisher Friedman Associates/Stavi Architects


Contractor:

Cannon Constructors

One Embarcadero South: Development completed in April 2000 of 233 condominium units and 7,000 square feet of neighborhood-serving commercial space at this site at King and Second Streets.


Developer:

One Embarcadero South Venture


Architect:

Solomon Cordwell Buenz & Associates, Inc.


Contractor:

Neilson Dillingham

200 Brannan/One Federal Street "Brannan Square": The project included aggregation of private-owned parcels with an Agency-owned parcel at One Federal Street for the development of 240 for sale units, including 51 affordable units, along with 1,300 square feet of neighborhood-serving commercial. Construction was completed in 2004.


Land Owner:

SFRA/LNR-Lennar Brannan Street, LLC


Developer:

LNR-Lennar Brannan Street, LLC


Architect:

MBH Architects


Contractor:

Bovis Lend Lease

Bayside Plaza: Development completed in 1985 of a 90,000 square foot office building located at the corner of Howard and Steuart Streets.


Owner/Developer:

J-Dart Development/Johnson Wax Development


Architect:

Tower Architects


Contractor:

William & Borrows, Inc.

The Gap Headquarters: A development agreement was executed to build a 540,000 square foot headquarters office building for the Gap, located at the Embarcadero at Folsom Street. The Agency conveyed property to the Gap in September 1998 and construction was completed in the first quarter of 2001.


Developer:

Gap, Inc. / Wilson Meany Sullivan


Architect:

Robert A. M. Stern


Contractor:

Swinerton & Walberg Co.

Kelly Street Warehouse: Rehabilitation to this contributory building to the South End Historic District, located at Townsend and Kelly Streets, was completed in 2004 and contains approximately 9,500 gross square feet of professional office uses.


Developer:

48 Colin Kelly, LLC


Architect:

Mock Wallace Architects

Giants Ballpark: The Board and Agency amended the Redevelopment Plan for the Rincon Point - South Beach Redevelopment Area in 1997 to expand the project area boundaries to incorporate certain Port parcels and to permit ballpark and complementary uses to be developed. Construction of the 41,500 seat AT&T Park was completed in April 2000.


Land Owner:

Port of San Francisco


Sub-Lessee:

China Basin Ballpark Company LLC


Project Developer:

Kajima Urban Development


Architect:

HOK Sport


Contractor:

Huber, Hunt and Nichols/Kajima Construction Services

Last updated: 12/23/2013 9:44:57 AM