377 Residential Units – 365,952 GSF, Average Unit - 745 SF, Garage Gross Square Area – 70,228 SF, Total Gross Square Footage – 436,160 SF, $155 Million Budget. 2018
201 Residential Units, 227,000 GSF for Residential, 110,800 GSF for Parking, 153,200 SF for Site work Improvements. Budgeted for $102 M to $105 Million. 2018.
Two Phases with 168 Units and 116 Units, 168 Units for 153,572 GSF. Budget not to be disclosed per agreement with Owner. 116 Units for 101,000 GSF. Budget not to be disclosed per agreement with Owner. 2016.
278 N. 2nd Street, San Jose, CA. 84 Residential Units. Type 5 construction over post tension concrete with a 6-level wood frame structure. Building footprint is 11,146 SF, Project Gross square footage 63,050 SF, including roof garden, solar shades, composite exterior system, 12 Lift Parking, 339 Bike Storage with 15,444 SF of site improvements and site amenities. Budget Range: $23 Million - $25 Million. 2016
107 apartments comprised of 20 studio apartments and 86 one-bedroom apartments and a three-bedroom manager’s unit. The overall gross building area is approximately 93,000 SF on 11 floors. The common areas are designed to act as spaces where residents can socialize and connect with their community. These spaces include lounges on 5 of the floors, which residents can use for visits from family and friends, to convene in small groups, and play cards. The multi-purpose room on the second floor is a venue for resident parties and gatherings organized by residents and property management staff. The multi-purpose room opens out onto an open-air terrace, which is landscaped and connects to an adjacent Family Housing facility, developed by the same non-project organization to foster inter-generational interaction. Completed 2010 in conjunction with KMD Architects and Cahill Contractors.
10th & Mission Family Housing is a 12-story apartment building located in the Mid-Market Neighborhood within the heart of San Francisco’s Civic Center. It consists of 36 one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom apartments for families, including 44 units of permanent supportive housing for formerly homeless families The property is close to services and employment centers, with easy accessibility to public transportation.10th & Mission Family Housing was named the 2010 Overall Winner of the Affordable Housing Finance Reader’s Choice Awards.
255 unit residential complex at San Francisco Shipyard on 111,078 SF of onsite area with an actual gross square footage of 234,000 SF. 5 Story wood frame structure over a concrete podium with a 22 month construction duration. The project included site improvements and amenities with 255 parking spaces. The project estimate cost is +/- $60 Million.
Comprised of 5 separate buildings, with a total of 224 residential units, a 234,710 gross square footage, for an opinion construction cost close to $79 Million. Buildings 1 and 2 are 3 stories over type 1A concrete podium. Each building contains 8 wood frame one bedroom units. Buildings 3 and 4 are type 5 Townhomes containing nine 3 bedroom homes with private garages. Building 5 is a 5 story structure that includes lobby, amenity spaces, four dwelling units, utility and bicycle parking and 40 lift parking spaces. The upper floors include 34 one and two story bedroom units.
9,500 square feet of land for 10 residential units classified as R2 with a Type 5A wood frame structure over a Type 1A Concrete Podium to cover a 6,737 SF full basement and storage area. The Residential Complexes are four levels above grade. The basement is supported with a soldier beam and lagging system with compacted parking system, and an overall standard concrete foundation. The above ground gross area is 6,737 SF for a total of 24,000 SF. Project Rough Order of Magnitude Estimate was +/- $7,725,000.
A multi-family residential development proposed by Cushman & Wakefield containing 169 units, with a gross square footage of 73,000 GSF. 19,600 square feet of commercial space. +/-$25 M.ty on the upper level, a mail center and office, conference and event areas.
Provided cost estimating services for the four building high-rise condominium complex with a 6 level below ground parking structure (one source says 4 level, check with Henry). The $248 million, 900,000 square foot project includes 465 one to three bedroom units and 776 parking spaces.
Provided preconstruction services for the $48 million, twin 20-story towers for Avalon Bay Communities. The facility encompasses 400,000 square feet of floor area and includes 226 apartments, a parking garage, health club and spa, and business center. San Francisco’s Avalon Towers represents the first high-rise apartment complex built in downtown since the early 1990’s. Avalon Towers became an immediate icon to the downtown skyline, and provided 226 exquisite apartments to the expanding in-town market. In addition to the incredible architectural design of the towers, the apartment interiors incorporate floor-to-ceiling windows, custom hardwood floors, unique cabinetry, appliances and custom lighting. Interior designers incorporated Feng Shui principles in their design, creating an ideal environment to live and work. An exclusive health club and spa, business center, and social lounge contribute to the overall success of this landmark development.
Two six story buildings partially stepping down to a four story building on the south edge make up this 180 residential condominium units housing facility surrounding a landscaped podium courtyard with a pool and spa. Below the podium there are three levels of parking, one above grade and two below grade. Located within walking distance of major public transportation, shopping and entertainment, the plaza is an important portal for pedestrians. The condominiums average 1,100 square feet of living space and provide a range of accommodations from studios to 3 bed/3 bath town homes.
New $23 million design-build project consisting of 92 condominiums in Yerba Buena Gardens development. The 183,500 square foot project contains 13 levels of space, a mechanical and electrical penthouse, 75 parking spaces below and above grade, and 9,600 square feet of retail space.
Renovation and upgrade of this 5 story 205 unit affordable housing complex for the Chinatown Community Development Center. The 130,000 square foot, $11 million renovation was performed while the building was fully occupied.
Renovation of this 6 story, 151 unit affordable housing complex that includes ground floor commercial space. Work encompasses seismic upgrades, life safety improvements, accessibility upgrades, and mechanical/plumbing upgrades to the building and common areas. Construction was performed while the building was fully occupied.
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