1200 17TH STREET IN SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS TIMES
“A 395-unit housing project, one of the biggest ever proposed in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill neighborhood, won final approval at the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday in a contentious three-hour hearing.” Read more here.
TIMOTHY HALEY IN THE SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS TIMES
Mr. Haley’s promotion has been recognized in the San Francisco Business Times’ People on the Move section. Read more here.
DWIGHT WAY IN BERKELEYSIDE
“A 99-unit, 6-story building planned in downtown Berkeley is kicking off construction in earnest with a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday afternoon. Demolition began last summer at 2121 Dwight Way, at Shattuck Avenue. Since then, the project has changed hands and promises a wide range of amenities to renters, such as high-quality kitchens, pet-friendly features, shuffleboard and “the latest Wi-Fi technology” in a communal lounge….” Read more here.
FULLER STREET APARTMENTS IN CONSTRUCTION TODAY
SBI’s CEO Paul Nuytten is quoted saying, “All of our relationships with the architect team and the subcontractor team from the top down have been outstanding.” Read more here.
CHRISTIANI JOHNSON ARCHITECTS IN SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
Engaging Newcomer Gets Concrete Results
“The new building at 1266 9th Ave. in the Inner Sunset, though bold in its use of concrete, is a careful addition to the context of the neighborhood’s commercial district…” Read more here.
CHRISTIANI JOHNSON ARCHITECTS IN CURBED SF
Ten San Francisco Buildings with Killer Outdoor Amenities:
“…Venn has a fifth-floor terrace with sweeping city views as well as a community barbecue, fire pit, and and gas heaters to keep things toasty. There’s also a cocktail herb garden. Another ground-level courtyard is filled with drought-tolerant native plants.” Read more here.
CHRISTIANI JOHNSON ARCHITECTS IN SFGATE
S.F.’s Van Ness Avenue shows signs of architectural energy:
“…Etta, a 13-story apartment complex at Van Ness and Sutter that’s more a diagram than a design, yet substantial enough to be satisfying…” Read more here.
MAIN AND MARSHALL IN SILICON VALLEY BUSINESS JOURNAL
“The Redwood City project, known as Marshall & Main, falls within the city’s Downtown Precise Plan, which encourages dense development of housing. Schellinger said the $100 million project, designed by Christiani Johnson Architects and built by ZCON Builders of Oakland, took only about six months to secure approvals, which made it easier and faster to get under construction…” Read more here.
TWO CJA PROJECTS IN CURBED SF’S MOST NOTABLE NEW DEVELOPMENTS
1844 Market and etta at 1285 Sutter listed in Curbed San Francisco’s 40 Most Notable New Developments Currently Under Construction.