· Condos are first step in bold terminal plan [Chronicle]
“Prices will range from the $700,000s for a small one-bedroom on a lower floor to $1.7 million and up for three-bedroom units on the 17th floor and above. Penthouse units will be even pricier, and homeowner dues for all residences will run around $700 per month.”
· Housing plans for Candlestick area [Examiner]
“Signature Properties, whose 433-unit complex would just uphill from three office buildings at Executive Park, is proposing three mid-rise towers and 150 townhouses, with market rate units going for $400,000 to $700,000, with a plan to build 53 affordable homes.”
· New affordable housing complex [Chronicle]
“Located at 145 Taylor St. in the Tenderloin, Curran House is the love child of a rare coupling: aesthetic style and social justice. Designed by architect David Baker for Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation, the 67-unit building has been created for one of the neediest populations in the city: very low income families with children.”
· Bayview may receive 600 more housing units [Examiner]
The group expects to tear down the current 275 units and replace them with up to 600 units. The new complex would have the same number of public housing units but would also include rental units, below-market-rate units and market-rate homes.