This building, built at Pellier Park, is a 16-story, approximately 225,000 sf. tower with 124 condominium units and ground level retail space. The parking is provided on the 4 lowest levels, including a basement level. The structural system consists of concrete shearwalls and post-tensioned floor slabs supported on a mat foundation.
Architect: Berger Detmer Ennis
Developer/Contractor: Barry Swenson Builders
Our two largest senior housing projects in San Francisco are The San Francisco Care Center on Van Ness Boulevard (9 stories, 111 units), and the International Hotel Senior Housing Tower (15 stories, 105 units, with underground parking for 150 vehicles). Both facilities feature roof gardens.
Architect (I-Hotel): Herman Coliver Architects
Architect (SF Care Center): Kodama Diseño
This is an 8-story, 153,000 sf housing and recreation building in the Tenderloin area of San Francisco. The first 3 floors of the building comprise the Ray & Joan Kroc Community Center. The top 5 floors, known as Railton Place, provide housing for 100 previously homeless people and other transitional housing clients. This project won a 2009 AIA/SF Citation Award for Excellence in Architecture.
Architect: Herman Coliver Locus
This 11 story building contains 230 condominium units. There is 1 underground parking level. 170,000 sf.
Architects: Berger Detmer Ennis
Developer/Builder: Barry Swenson Builder
A 22-story condominium building with 5 parking levels. 238 units / 438,000 sf. This building opened in early 2009.
Architect: Architecture International
Contractor: ZCON Builders
This is a 16-story condominium tower with 134 units located at 222 Broadway overlooking the Jack London square. The project includes 4 levels of parking, a fitness center, a 50-foot pool and spa, and ground level retail. The structural system consists of concrete shearwalls and post-tensioned floor slabs supported on screw pile foundation. The construction of this project was completed in 2009.
Architect: Perkins + Will
Contractor: Swinerton Builders