Last March Curbed brought word of the new Boys & Girls Club moving to Hayes Valley. As you recall, the surface level parking lot at 344 Fulton will soon be home a new four-story, 33,500 sq.ft. recreational clubhouse designed by TEF that replaces the existing center in the Upper Haight, as well as a six-story residential project designed by David Baker + Partners with 69 studio and two-bedroom apartments, ground floor retail space, and a landscaped roof deck. The new center will be named after late Gap founder Don Fisher, who was a board member and volunteer for 46 years. The project broke ground in November, and now we have some new detailed renderings from architects TEF. If everything stays on scheduled, the center should open in early 2015.
· From Parking Lot to Boys and Girls Club (With a Little Housing Thrown In) [Curbed SF]
· The Don Fisher Clubhouse [Boys & Girls Club]
· Kids On The Move [TEF]