Mixed-Use

Urban buildings that combine comercial and other public space with residential.

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

888 Seventh Street
A mix of affordable and market-rate homes share a dramatic double-height cafe, retail that wraps to hide the garage, and an open green space with a path for walkers and cyclists.

8th + Howard/SOMA Studios
The city corner comes alive with 8th + Howard/SOMA Studios' undulating edge, bright geometric mural, bustling corner market, and hand-crafted glass and steel gate.

Armstrong Senior
2012 ULI GLOBAL AWARD OF EXCELLENCE WINNER

Curran House
Offering families an affordable refuge from the rough-and-tumble Tenderloin with green spaces, vegetable gardens, private balconies, and spacious apartments.

Delmas Park
A gateway to San Jose's downtown district, this affordable mid-rise structure features a pedestrian-oriented street level and a roof top courtyard for residents.

Eddy + Taylor Family Housing
Affordable family apartments with a ground-level grocery for the people of the Tenderloin.

EQR Potrero
Bringing nearly 470 homes and a range of shops and services to the base of Potrero Hill, the design transforms an existing street into a public park, adding nearly an acre of open space to the neighborhood.

Hotel Healdsburg
Stark with spark: Hotel Healdsburg takes on country quaintness with warm minimalism and rustic luxe. This polished urban inn puts a city spin on the classic Sonoma wine country retreat.

Manville Hall
A four-story studio residence hall near the University of California in Berkeley's downtown business district.

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.

Parker Place
This transit-oriented, two-phase green housing development brings active retail, market-rate homes, and affordable accessible dwellings to a relatively underused central Berkeley block.

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

SOMA Residences
Street-side retail and a mix of stacked affordable and market-rate units enclose and create a peaceful courtyard retreat from this busy urban neighborhood.

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.