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April 9, 2013

Azure at Mission Bay

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A 16-story tower on the west and a five-story podium on the eastern two-thirds of this site now provides 66,965 sq. ft. of market-rate housing in the burgeoning Mission Bay District. The Type I and III complex houses 162 one-bedroom units, 111 two-bedroom units, 215 parking spaces, a fitness center and a community room.  The project […]

March 14, 2012

899 West Evelyn

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Located near the historic setting of Castro Street in downtown Mountain View, 899 West Evelyn is a four-story, steel-frame building with 80,000-sq.-ft. of Class A office and retail space. Utilizing cutting-edge sustainable strategies and systems, the project is LEED® Platinum certified, making the building the first of its kind in Mountain View. Some sustainable building elements consist […]

July 22, 2011

The Exploratorium @ Pier 15

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Noted physicist Dr. Frank Oppenheimer opened the doors of the Palace of Fine Arts (PFA) on the Marina in San Francisco more than 40 years ago.  With his colleagues, supporters and fans, he created the Exploratorium in the PFA, a new kind of public space, one that enhanced learning by engaging visitors in interacting with […]

July 11, 2011

Potrero Launch Apartments

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Contributing to San Francisco’s efforts to increase housing development and business activity in city neighborhoods, Nibbi Brothers completed the new Potrero Launch Apartments in the Central Waterfront area. The union-built development produced 196 rental units, created 200 union construction jobs a year for two years, and provides the City with needed housing, child care and […]

July 8, 2011

Channing House

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In order to meet the State of California SB1953 (seismic strengthening of all State’s healthcare facilities) Channing House planned the construction of this new 2-story, concrete structure for assisted living and skilled nursing facility.  The new facility will be home to 27 assisted living residents and 26 skilled nursing residents.  The project will consist of 48,849 square-feet and will have an underground parking garage […]

July 7, 2011

474 Natoma Street

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July 7, 2011

Lion Creek Crossings Phase IV

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Formerly the 1964 OHA development called Coliseum Gardens, Lion Creek Crossings is a HOPE VI funded joint venture to redevelop a 22-acre site in East Oakland. When the multi-phase project is complete, Lion Creek Crossings will provide a total of 440 new, high-quality, affordable 1- to 5-bedroom family apartments and 28 homeownership units. Nibbi Brothers […]

July 7, 2011

Merritt Crossing Apartments

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Addressing the continued demand for affordable housing in the Bay Area, Merritt Crossing provides 70 units of senior housing in downtown Oakland. The development is ideally located to offer seniors the opportunity to age in a place in their community with easy access to amenities and services. The Lake Merritt BART station is located only […]

March 3, 2011

St. Peter’s Place

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St. Peter’s Place is built on property owned by St. Peter’s Episcopal Church.  The property was the former location of the church sanctuary which had irreparably damages due to the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake.  After 20 years of lying vacant, the congregation along with the Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center decided to preserve and enhance the […]

January 7, 2011

Alameda Boys & Girls Club

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The new Alameda Boys & Girls Club was constructed on 1.5 acres of land owned by the Alameda Unified School District and leased to the Alameda Boys and Girls Club. As such, this project was required to comply will all Department of State Architecture (DSA) rules and regulations applicable. This new clubhouse serves up to 3,000 school […]