19800 Vallco Parkway is a mixed-use residential and retail project located in the City of Cupertino. The project sits on a six acre site at the intersection of North Wolfe Road and Vallco Parkway. The building’s construction is four levels of wood-frame construction over a concrete basement through 2nd level post-tensioned concrete slab totaling over a half a million square feet of new construction. The project includes 204 two & three bedroom residential apartment units ranging from 1,300 to 1,800 square feet in size. The units are arranged around a 35,000 square foot landscaped courtyard at the 2nd level. Amenities available to residents include a theater, a conference room, a yoga room, game room, fitness room, shared kitchen & dining facilities as well as an outdoor playground, fire pit, dog-washing area, and multiple barbeques. The residential units are located above 47,228 square feet of retail area and includes 896 parking spaces.
Stanton Architecture master planned San Francisco's Brotherhood Way Residential Community. The master plan consisted of 182 family homes in two and three-story wood frame buildings over garages on a 7.7 acre site. The project includes 60 single-family homes and 62 two-unit buildings ranging from 1,045 to 6,407 square feet. Closely following the existing contours of the hillside, the homes terrace up from Brotherhood Way. Ample sidewalks, frequent street trees, custom street lighting, and varied paving surfaces provide an inviting and comfortable pedestrian milieu.
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960 Harrison Street
960 Harrison Street is a five story building located in San Francisco’s South of Market district. It is constructed from four levels of wood-framed construction over a first level of concrete and steel. The building sits on a 25 foot wide by 80 foot long urban lot with adjacent properties on three sides. Each unit includes a large open-concept living/kitchen area with floor-to-ceiling bay windows overlooking the city. The kitchen contrasts light colored quartz countertops and tile with dark wood cabinetry and modern appliances.
The proposed Minna Street Residences are situated on Minna and 6th Street in the heart of San Francisco's SoMa district. The 9 level residence features a penthouse elevator accessible to a roof deck with canopy. Terracotta tiles flank the exterior while French doors and juliette balconies provide a charming touch to the residences.
28000 Mission Boulevard
This site on Mission Boulevard in Hayward, CA, will be developed into four- and five-level buildings that will contain three- and four-levels of residential units over one grade level of retail facing Mission Boulevard with parking located behind. The residential portion of the development will consist of two and three-bedroom units.
1026-1030 Church St
This two-unit building is designed to sensitively integrate a contemporary structure into the rich context of Victorian homes in San Francisco’s historic Noe Valley neighborhood. The project gains maximum advantage from the opportunities of a steeply sloping East-West site. Formal living functions are positioned to the east end of the top level taking advantage of the San Francisco skyline view. Light filters into this space through a continuous row of skylights at the ridge. Zones are defined by simple rectilinear pylons into which concealed lighting delineates the space with clarity and simplicity. Respectful of its venerable context, 1030 Church Street employs traditional building materials and forms in a crisp, contemporary fashion. Horizontal redwood siding, exposed gable roofs, and bay windows are the major elements of this composition, each subtly modified in application. The exterior articulation acknowledges the floor levels with a change in the width of the exterior wood siding, while the building’s rigorous symmetry and over-sized bay window impart a delicately modern reference to a project which sought sensitivity within a historical context.