Cadence Apartments project in South San Francisco starts construction soonApr 27 2017 · 0 comments · NISHKIAN MENNINGER, Residential ·0
IMPORTANT UPDATE – CORRECTION TO THIS BLOG POST:
The earlier version of the blog article “Cadence Apartments project in South San Francisco starts construction soon” posted on April 27, 2017 incorrectly notes Devcon Construction as the architect. This blog post has been corrected. The design architect for Cadence Apartments is TCA Architects. Our sincere apologies for this error.
Construction is scheduled to start in May at an old Ford car dealership in South San Francisco that has been sitting vacant for years. The development, on Cypress Avenue, will offer 260 luxury apartment units and 12 townhouses, two of which will be affordable by the standards of the city’s Below Market Rate Inclusionary Housing Program. The development will be only one quarter mile from the South San Francisco Caltrain station, offering tenants access to downtown San Francisco to the north and Silicon Valley to the south.
The two buildings are each comprised of five levels of wood framing above two levels of concrete parking. Both buildings use wood and concrete shear walls as their primary lateral force resisting system.
Sares Regis is a major developer and property manager in Northern California. The Cadence development will add to their portfolio of over 7 million square feet of developed space. Devcon is the architect and contractor for this project. The design architect for Cadence Apartments is TCA Architects. Devcon is the general contractor for this project.