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San Francisco Multi-dwellings
December 17, 2007, 7:42 pm
Filed under: Architecture, The Modern List San Fran, Urban Architecture

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It’s hard not be envious of San Francisco; as a city they seem to be more confident in their architectural and urban planning decisions than their neighbors to the north. They replaced their version of the Seattle Viaduct with the highly praised Embarcadero and while most cities are waiting in line to get their Frank Gehry, San Francisco has surpassed us all with the de Young Museum by Herzog & de Meuron and the soon to be completed Academy of Sciences by Renzo Piano. San Francisco has also been building a respectable collection of modern multi-dwellings since the mid-nineties. Today’s blog entry looks at a few of San Francisco’s noteworthy condominium & apartment projects. For additional recommendations on San Francisco visit The Modern List.

Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects
1234 Howard Str

1234 Howard Str

1234 Howard Str

1022 Natoma Str

1022 Natoma Str

1028 Natoma Str

1028 Natoma Str

Octavia Gateway

Octavia Gateway

Yerba Buena Lofts

Yerba Buena Lofts

2002 3rd Str

2002 3rd str

Siegel & Strain Architects
7 Hallam Str

7 Hallam Str

Jim Jennings Architecture
85 Natoma Str, 1998

85 Natoma Str

85 Natoma Str

Kennerly Strong Architecture
Guerrero Street Mixed-Use Development

Guerrero Str

Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects & Paulett Taggart Architects
Plaza apartments, 6th & Howard Str

Plaza Apartments

Plaza Apartments

Who is the architect of this project?
322 6th Street

322 6th Str



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Some great stuff, but there’s an unfortunate amount of non-interaction with the sidewalk in 4 or 5 of those developments.

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