A groundbreaking ceremony took place yesterday for MidPen’s 135-unit Shirley Chisholm Village at Rockridge Geotechnical’s 1360 43rd Avenue site in San Francisco. The homes at the Shirley Chisholm development will be used as housing for educators and other staff who work for the San Francisco Unified School District. Construction is expected to be completed in 2024.
Permits have been filed for the 50-unit, four-story affordable housing project in Palo Alto at Rockridge Geotechnical’s 525 East Charleston site. Along with 49 affordable units, the development will have on-site office space, supportive services, and other amenities, such as a library and a fitness center.
Rockridge Geotechnical is proud to announce the completion of construction on our project at 2525 Van Ness in San Francisco! The development is a 28-unit luxury condominium complex called The Belvedere, with the price of units ranging from $1.5 million to $4.5 million. Sales will begin in early 2023.
From SF Business Times: https://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/news/2022/09/23/sfbt-digest-friday-huntington.html
The preliminary project assessment has been published by the City of San Francisco Planning Department for the seven-story residential building at Rockridge Geotechnical’s project site at 1401 Folsom. The complex will contain 72 units of housing and 580 square feet of retail space. On-site bicycle parking and other amenities, such as a roof deck, are also planned to be included.
Rockridge Geotechnical is proud to be working with Mercy Housing on a mixed-use, LGBT-focused project at 1939 Market Street in San Francisco. 1939 Market will be a 15-story development with 187 units of 100% affordable housing along with ground floor commercial space.
New renderings have been published for Rockridge Geotechnical’s mixed-use development at the California Theatre in Berkeley. Located at 2113 Kittredge, this adaptive re-use project will create 214 units of housing and a new live theater in a 15-story building located where the current California Theatre is. Moreover, 22 of the homes will be affordable.
Rockridge Geotechnical has been approved to seismically strengthen buildings for the Presidio Trust, which preserves the Presidio as a unique national park site. The buildings that will be retrofitted are historical structures, built in San Francisco between 1862 and 1941.
Plans for Rockridge Geotechnical’s seven-story residential complex at 1752 Shattuck in Berkeley are scheduled to be reviewed today by the Berkeley Design Review Committee. 1752 Shattuck will provide 68 units of housing, 7 of which will be for very low-income households, along with 1,200 square feet of retail space and over 4,000 square feet of on-site parking. The 79-foot development will use the California State Density Bonus program to surpass the City of Berkeley’s building height maximum.
New realistic renderings have been released for Rockridge Geotechnical’s Burlingame office tower development at 777 Airport Boulevard. The images, which were designed by Gensler, show the 12-story office building adjacent to the Bay Trail, as well as the building’s impressive façade.
Rockridge Geotechnical is proud to announce that two of our developments have been featured in the San Francisco Business Times piece titled “5 ‘East Shore’ development projects to keep an eye on.” The projects included in the article are the multiphase development at the Emeryville Public Market (5959 Shellmound Street), which will construct a significant amount of new biotech space adjacent to on-site parking, and theLAB Berkeley (2222-2246 Fifth Street and 787 Bancroft Way), a life sciences R&D campus with a multi-level on-site parking garage.