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*** PRESS RELEASE *** 1979 MISSION UNVEILS NEW APPROACH TO BUILD HOUSING FOR ALL INCOME LEVELS IN THE MISSION DISTRICT
Wednesday, March 4, 2015 *** PRESS RELEASE *** 1979 MISSION UNVEILS NEW APPROACH TO BUILD HOUSING FOR ALL INCOME LEVELS IN THE MISSION DISTRICT Plan Would Build 41 Middle-Class For Sale Workforce Homes On-Site and 49 Affordable Below Market Rate Apartments in the Mission 31% of Units Created by Project Would be Affordable SAN FRANCISCO – Today, the […]
According to SF Business Times, a proposal was “quietly submitted” to San Francisco’s Planning Commission last week proﬁling the build out of a 10-story, 351-unit housing development abutting the 16th and Mission BART Plaza.
The land at 16th and Mission streets above the BART station would be transformed into a 400,000 square foot mixed-use development under a new plan quietly submitted last week to the city’s planning department.
The northeast corner of the 16th Street BART Station is set to get a brand new face lift, courtesy of Maximus Real Estate Partners and architects Skidmore Owings & Merrill.
For the past five years, my daily commute has taken me on the notorious stretch of Mission Street between 16th and 17th Streets. It’s not a particularly pleasant part of my walk, regardless of weather or time of day. I’ve seen a smiling man holding a ziplock bag of crack in the air as a […]
Maximus Real Estate Partners is in contract to buy the 57,000 square foot parcel above the 16th Street BART station on the northeast corner of Mission Street and has submitted plans to build a 10story building designed by Skidmore Owings & Merrill with 351 housing units, 32,000 square feet of retail and a 56,000 square foot basement parking garage on the site.
Once again, a 10 story building with 351 housing units, 32,000 square feet of retail and a 56,000 square foot basement parking garage has been proposed to rise above the 16th Street Bart Station on the northeast corner of Mission Street, the preliminary design and massing for which is illustrated above and below.