South San Francisco, CA July 5, 2016
UPDATE March 16, 2018 This project now stands at 157 units having another 50 units added since our original published info in 2016. Construction is about to start
Located on the edge between South San Francisco’s historic downtown and the newer biotech office buildings, this project acts as a gateway between these two unique neighborhoods. The 157 unit apartment units will provide quality housing in the Bay Area and contribute to a recent revitalization within the city of South San Francisco. Near a newly planned public plaza and CalTrain platform, residents will have easy access to public transportation. In addition to the close proximity to the public amenities available in the downtown area, the project also provides a community room, fitness room, roof deck and community garden with a variety of outdoor seating areas for the residents to enjoy.
Adding to the development boom in our City, a 85′ tall 107 unit is proposed for the 1.07 acre triangle next to Caltrans at 150 S Airport Blvd which would offer a mix of approximately 400sf studios, 650sf 1 bedrooms, 900sf 2 bedrooms, and 1100sf 2 bedrooms with a loft. More on this project CLICK HERE.
This is in addition to the development that has been started at the old National Bank .69 acre location at 211 Airport Blvd which will be home to 69 units consisting of 7 one bedrooms and 62 two bedrooms. More on the Porfino project CLICK HERE.
The Regis Saris development will be located at 401 and 411 Airport Blvd., 405 Cypress Ave. and 216 Miller Ave and will consist of 260 units on this 2.3 acre area. More on this project CLICK HERE.
The Rotary Club has partnered to develop 81 units low to moderate income senior housing on .56 acre at Miller and Tamarack which is next to the Regis Saris high density project. More on this project CLICK HERE
We can expect to see development continue east of Grand which will include 81 acres on the Bay front at Oyster Point by Greenland Group, a Chinese company that recently bought this property. More on this project CLICK HERE. More on east of Grand developments CLICK HERE
Additional projects on Grand Avenue will include the demo of the old Ben Tre at 219 Grand Avenue and the adjacent parking lot to make room for more mixed use development. A new bio-tech campus has been proposed for Gateway Blvd at Oyster Point Blvd to include two buildings, offering 550,000sf of space each The old Hungry Hunter has been demolished and the new buildings to house fast food restaurants is well under way a 180 S Airport.