Plans for the lot at 325 Fremont Street have been floating around since the turn of the millennium, and two separate schemes for the site have already won approvals. Unfortunately for developer Crescent Heights, the latest version of the project is different enough from its predecessors that it needs a full new round of approvals from planning officials. The new 118-unit, 250-foot version of the tower, designed by Handel Architects, will contain 48 two-bedrooms, 47 one-bedrooms and 23 studios. The building will also include parking for 41 cars and more than 100 bikes. The last incarnation of the project to gain approval featured only 70 units, and measured just 200 feet. If Crescent Heights gets a green light from the Planning Commission at next week's hearing, construction could commence by year's end.
· Crescent Heights seeks approval for 25-story residential tower at 325 Fremont St. [SF Biz Journal]
· Past coverage of 325 Fremont Street [Curbed SF]