[maxgallery name=”380-388-344-fulton-street-boys-and-girls-club-of-san-francisco”]At the boundaries of Hayes Valley, Western Addition, and Civic Center lies the old Central Freeway Parcel F property. This area, formerly known as 344 Fulton, will be the future home for Boys and Girls Clubs of San Francisco’s Don Fisher Clubhouse and a 69 unit condominium complex. Having broken ground late last year, a recent walk-by showed considerable progress to the clubhouse’s overall structure. The six lane indoor swimming pool space has been boxed out and the building’s erected four story steel frame, which will also contain offices and member facilities, has nearly topped out. Close inspection of the TEF architected building shows a panel strip design for the exterior concrete columns and supportive facade. The clubhouse will be located at 380 Fulton Street and share its space with 388 Fulton, a future condominium complex located on the parcel’s west side. There was no visible progress for this complex, as the owner 7×7 Development expects to start construction in mid summer. The condos, designed by David Baker Architects, will reach six stories and feature a multi-colored facade with the most notable portions colored in a variegated graphite. Both the clubhouse and residencies are expected to be completed in early and late 2015, respectively.
Boys and Girls Clubs of San Francisco, BGCSF, Don Fisher Clubhouse, 380 Fulton Street, 388 Fulton Street, 344 Fulton Street, TEF, David Baker Architects, Parcel F, 7×7 Development, Equity Community Builders,