Construction crews recently celebrated the topping off of a new 11-story apartment building rising at 1321 Mission.
When completed, the 108,000 square foot apartment complex, “The Panoramic,” will feature 160 very small apartments: 120 “micro-studios” with between 274 and 295 square feet of living space, and another 40 “micro-suites” on the corners of each floor with two bedrooms and between 605 and 630 square feet.
San Francisco-based developer Maximus Real Estate Partners is moving forward with plans for a housing complex at 1979 Mission Street. Slated for the corner of Mission and 16th streets, the 1979 Mission Street project proposes 303 apartments and 42 affordable units for sale, ranging from studios to four bedrooms. The project will be adjacent to Marshall Elementary School.
Malia Cohen was elected to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in 2010 with the support of the building trades unions. She has worked to keep District 10 neighborhoods affordable, safe, and has improved neighborhood services and supported major projects that deliver jobs and benefit the community.
Election Day is drawing near. Below are several local ballot measures that you will see in the voting booth on Nov. 4. We’ve given a brief explanation of each and the position of the San Francisco Building & Construction Trades Council. Take a look, and don’t forget to vote!
Two new five-story office buildings at 333 and 345 Brannan streets are rising side by side in the South Beach/eastern South of Market neighborhood, with two separate real estate developers sharing a common general contractor and working for the same tenant.
Beyond reasons of personal investment in making sure that you’re comfortable in retirement, pension money also plays a major role in the stimulating of the economy via funds that invest in construction projects throughout the country.
Editor’s note: This is the second in a series looking at modernization and safety improvements at San Francisco Unified School District facilities funded by a 2011 bond measure.
David Chiu, president of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, is a longtime friend of the building trades. He has represented District 3 since 2008 and is now running for state Assembly.