Yerba Buena Island Condominiums Top Out

Largo Concrete poured the last concrete deck at the Yerba Buena Island Condominiums this month. The project is perched on the small island in the San Francisco Bay best know for its tunnel connecting the two spans of the Bay Bridge. The development begins at the corner of Macalla and North Gate Roads on the northeast side of the island and works it’s way up the hill. The structure is 257,380gsf with 2.5 levels of below grade podium parking and five levels of light gauge metal stud above it. Largo worked with DCI Engineers to deliver the superstructure in a design-build format. Tenants will enjoy views of the self-anchored suspension eastern span of the Bay Bridge with Oakland and Emeryville in the background to the east, and Treasure Island to the north. General contractor Cahill Contractors are BDE Architecture aim to have the development open in early 2021.

Two Residential Project Starts in San Francisco

1066 Market
The Market street development will hold 303 units and 97 parking stalls spread across 3 levels below grade and 16 levels above. Working with general contractor Swinerton Builders, Solomon Cordwell Buenz architects and Nishkian Menninger structural engineers, Largo expects to top our during the summer of 2019.

875 California
A couple miles north, the 875 California development is also being constructed with the same general contractor and structural engineer, with BDE Architecture. The building will house 44 units above 48 parking stalls on 100,000gsf. The structure will be 2 levels below grade and 8 levels above and is expected to top out during the summer of 2019.

Topping-Out at the 555 Fulton Apartments, San Francisco, CA

Largo Concrete topped out at the 555 Fulton Apartment Development in the Hayes Valley district of San Francisco earlier this week. The project features a total of 148 stalls across two levels of below grade parking and 139 residential units across 5 stories above grade. With the Junior One Bedroom units starting in the mid $500,000, amenities will include a dog park, community lounge, meeting space, bike work station, roof terrace and 29,000sf grocery store on the ground floor. Designed by Architects Ian Birchall & Associates with structural engineer Nishkian Menninger, general contractor Fulton Street Construction is expected to be complete in March of 2016.