3333 California Street

A Connected Community

A multi-family residential development, nestled within a park-like setting, invites in its neighbors.

A collaborative team of architects, landscape architects, and engineers are designing the transformation of an underutilized 1960’s office campus into a gracious, urban community that melds into the surrounding neighborhoods. A network of public spaces, pedestrian walkways, and landscaped streets open up the site, welcoming the greater community. The project will add 744 new homes for a broad range of San Franciscans, while shops, restaurants, and services will benefit residents and neighbors alike.

The health and wellness of the environment and the community are guiding priorities for 3333 California’s design. More than five acres of lushly landscaped open space enriches day-to-day life in the neighborhood, gets people outdoors and walking, and helps to sustainably manage storm water on site. High-performance buildings reduce the project’s carbon footprint, while contributing to better air quality indoors and outside. More than half of the homes are two- to four-bedroom units, making 3333 California a place for families of all shapes and sizes.


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Multi-family housing
Prado Group & SKS Partners
San Francisco


SF Chronicle, “SF backs 744 homes at UCSF Laurel Heights campus,” November 2019
SF Chronicle, “Huge SF housing project adds senior housing to win over Laurel Heights,” July 2019


Project Leads
Mark Jensen
Emily Gosack
Project Team
Melissa Delacy
Vanessa Moon
Ryan Golenberg
Andre Vilhena
Additional Architects
BAR Architects
SCB Architects


Urban Design
James Corner Field Operations
Meyer Studio Land Architects
Sustainability / Logistics
BKF Engineers
Watry Design


Pre-Construction Contractor