One Oak receives Planning Commission approval

On Thursday, June 15th, BUILD was pleased to receive support from the San Francisco Planning Department and approval from the San Francisco Planning Commission for our 304-unit One Oak project at the northwest corner of Market Street and Van Ness Avenue. The approval was covered…

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Dogpatch Arts Plaza Breaks Ground!

The Dogpatch Arts Plaza (DAP), along side O&M on 19th & Indiana, broke ground early May 2017 and plans to be open by early August. The public plaza will feature the sculpture 'The Centaur' by Laura Kimpton & Antonio Ruperto, and the space will be…

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O&M – Now Leasing!

116 apartments are now available to lease at BUILD's O&M project in San Francisco's Dogpatch District. The residences were crafted to fit the character of the neighborhood, which has grown from its industrial days into a creative haven for foodies, artists, and small businesses.The community…

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An Inconvenient Barn

An Inconvenient Barn

As documented in this San Francisco Magazine article by Danelle Morton--"An Inconvenient Barn"--BUILD has worked closely with neighbors of our India Basin project to find win-win solutions. This article details how BUILD has spent two years working with India Basin resident Michael Hamman to incorporate…

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Can S.F. Build its Way Out of the Housing Crisis?

The San Francisco Business Times explored current and projected housing construction in this recent article titled "S.F. will see more new apartments in 2016 than it has for decades. Can it build its way out of the housing crisis?". As BUILD's Lou Vasquez helps explain in…

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Ron Blatman @ BUILD: IDEAS

Remaking the American Metropolis September 21st, 2016 Ron Blatman Executive Producer Saving the City: Remaking the American Metropolis Ron is Executive Producer/Producer of Save the City: Remaking the American Metropolis, a 13-part TV series in the works highlighting successful and unsuccessful examples of urban redevelopment…

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“Rising Tides: Designing Resilient Amenities for Coastal Cities”

On September 1, 2016, Urban Land published this article about how developers on all coasts of the United States are balancing the demand for waterfront development with the threat of rising water levels. BUILD's India Basin project is featured for our integrated planning efforts with neighboring city-controlled Shoreline…

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“Welcome to My House: Multifamily Housing”

In this article published in the Architectural Record on 9/1/2016, John King explores the dilemma of meeting diverse demand and providing affordable housing in cities throughout the United States. No where is this challenge more keenly felt than here in San Francisco. As mentioned in paragraph 7…

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“Dogpatch, Potrero Hill Lead By Example”

July 6, 2016, San Francisco Examiner We are proud of our sister nonprofit organization, Build Public, for their efforts in engaging the community to create sustainable public spaces. This recent San Francisco Examiner article highlights Build Public's involvement in creating the Green Program. Build Public's Executive Director,…

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