Last week, Octavia Court at Oak and Octavia was featured on Curbed's mapstravaganza on San Francisco's Central Freeway parcels. The 15-unit housing development for the developmentally disabled was probably the smallest of the bunch (besides the pop-up retail project), and is also the
first second in the series of 24 parcels to actually break ground. Nonprofit developer Satellite Housing will house a vocational training program for the disabled on the ground floor. As SocketSite notes, the architect on the project has switched from Fougeron Architecture to IE Collaborative.
· Curbed Guide: Central Freeway Developments [Curbed SF]
· Octavia Court: Paved with Good Intentions [Curbed SF]