Green

These projects have been designed and built sustainably and are registered or certified LEED or GreenPoint Rated.

1601 Mariposa
A new mixed-use development that will bring market-rate and affordable homes, commercial space, and a publicly accessible greenway to the base of Potrero Hill. Find out more at http://www.1601mariposa.com

300 Ivy Street
This mixed-use design brings brings new apartments, townhouses, and shops within steps of Hayes Valley's main drag.

350 Friedell Family Apartments
Sustainable, affordable housing for the people of Hunters Point.

Armstrong Senior
2012 ULI GLOBAL AWARD OF EXCELLENCE WINNER

Bayview Hill Gardens

UPCOMING EVENT: Tour Bayview Hill Gardens and get a behind-the-scenes look at the development and design processes. Wednesday, September 3, 10am.

Blue Star Corner
Blue Star Corner's New Urban Homes are the latest evolution in modern design, comfort, and urban access.

El Camino Workforce Housing
Workforce housing, part of the Stanford Research Park, integrated with the City of Palo Alto by active street front uses: a corner cafe and supportive services for the visually impaired.

Fillmore Park
Situated in San Francisco's Western Addition neighborhood, this affordable ownership housing project delivers a high-design open-plan community.

Folsom + Dore
The first new building in San Francisco to receive a LEED Silver rating, Folsom + Dore is healthy, sustainable housing for low-income tenants with special needs.

h2hotel
Hotel Healdsburg's little sister, this LEED Gold eco-inn caters to the active guest with straightforward luxury.

Ironhorse at Central Station
This GreenPoint Rated affordable family housing developed by BRIDGE Housing is part of the emerging Central Station district anchored by Oakland's historic original train station.

La Valentina Station
Adjacent to the La Valentina Light Rail Station in Sacramento, this high-density green project replaces an abandoned lot with much-needed affordable housing.

Lakeside Senior Housing
Green senior housing on Lake Merritt in Oakland.

Linden Court
High-density housing in tune with the neighborhood: The local community informed the design throughout, and entrances, porches, and courtyards connect the project with the surrounding streets.

Mission Bay South Block 7 West
Facing the UCSF campus, this multi-family affordable building will bring community and a lively street edge with neighborhood-serving retail to the developing Mission Bay area.

Pacific Cannery Lofts
An adaptive reuse of a former cannery as a diverse collection of studios, flats and townhouses around courts, mews, and promenades.

Richardson Apartments
Green, supportive studio apartments, medical clinic, and neighborhood-serving retail in Hayes Valley.

Rincon Green
Green housing and a new public park on the top of Rincon Hill in San Francisco.

Shotwell Design Lab
Shotwell Compound is a mixed-use urban contemporary approach to living and working. It combines the new Zero Cottage, a workshop, and an existing building that combines apartments with a gallery storefront.

Spaghetti House
David Baker's UC Berkeley M-Arch thesis project brought to life: Spaghetti House takes its name from its long, skinny footprint.

Station Center
This mixed-use affordable housing design is part of the California effort to add high-density uses at transit stations.

Tassafaronga Village
Bridging an industrial-residential border, this new Oakland village features a wide range of LEED Platinum housing and repairs the deteriorated street grid.

The Intersection
An adaptive re-use of a historic Emeryville retail building with added apartments to be constructed from factory built modules fabricated by ZETA Communities.

XERO Project
XERO Project is a proposal for a net-zero-energy district destined for Dallas. It won first place in the 2009 Urban Re:Vision competition.

Zero Cottage
A net-zero cottage addition to David Baker's Shotwell Compound.