We have started construction of the six-story residential building at 1064 Mission St! We will continue to send out monthly newsletters with updates on progress and upcoming construction milestones, as well as occasional bulletins to inform you of a specific activity that may have an immediate noise or traffic impact. As is the case with any construction project, the schedule is subject to change due to unforeseen and weather conditions, but we wish to keep you updated on the major activities. We will endeavor to mitigate the impacts construction may cause to your community. We look forward to a successful project both for the SoMa community and the City of San Francisco. Thank you for your patience and understanding!


July 6, 2021 1064 Mission

Utility work to connect domestic & fire water to the building will begin on 7/7/21 along Stevenson Street and 7/9/21 along Mission Street for the irrigation connection to existing domestic water. The work will be performed during the daytime through the end of July. This will involve small excavators excavating trenches along Stevenson Street and Mission Street, Monday to Friday. The SFPUC will perform this work per their Special Traffic Permit provided by the SFMTA. All excavation locations will be covered with plates while the work is not being performed.


June 1, 2021 1064 Mission

The mod setting period will continue through June. The mobile cranes set up on site and will remain there until all the modules are set into place. Additionally, another mobile crane will be set up on Stevenson Street to set the final mods on the Stevenson Street exterior. Through-traffic on Stevenson Street during normal daytime hours (not during the scheduled mod set) will be allowed. The set will occur each evening, Sunday to Friday morning, from approximately 10pm to 6am each night. The SFMTA have let us know that they will not approve the ​transporting of modules to start at 10 p.m. on nights when SF Giants have night games.  Therefore, transporting of modules impacting the traffic on 7th St and Stevenson will start at 12:00 A.M. on nights when the SF Giants games are in town.  Trucks will be present on Stevenson St during these periods to deliver the mods. We will still be working normal daytime hours during the workweek as well. Utility work will continue at the intersection of 6th St and Jessie St and the south side of Jessie St. The work will be performed during the daytime through the end of June. This will involve a small excavator excavating a trench along Jessie St, Monday to Friday. The utility contractor will gladly relocate any construction vehicles or equipment in order for local traffic to proceed through. All excavation locations will be covered with plates while the work is not being performed.


Our typical work day is 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Construction activities will not normally occur on weekends, holidays, or during overnight hours, however, it may occasionally be necessary to work during those hours. In those instances, we will provide advance notice and the weekend work would take place between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.


We have a street space permit that is valid for 6 a.m. to 4 p.m., seven days a week until December 2021 to occupy the parking lane in front of the site on Mission Street and Stevenson Street. This is required for staging materials, setting up equipment, delivery trucks, dumpster, etc. Parking will not be available along these street frontages for the duration of construction.


For more updates, please contact us at project498@cahill-sf.com

Construction of housing is exempt from ‘shelter in place’ orders issued by the San Francisco Department of Health and the State of California, as it is considered ‘essential infrastructure.’* As the global impact of the coronavirus continues to change daily, one constant is Cahill’s commitment to the health and safety of our employees and the communities we serve. We are taking precautionary measures in compliance with CDC recommendations, WHO guidelines, and Cal/OSHA rules to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. As the situation continues to evolve at a rapid pace, we will continue to follow guidelines and directives to maintain the health and safety of our employees, partners, and communities.

*San Francisco Order of the Health Office No. C19-07 states that individuals may leave their residence to provide any services or perform any work necessary to the operations and maintenance of “Essential Infrastructure,” including, but not limited to, “public works construction, construction of housing (in particular affordable housing or housing for individuals experiencing homelessness)…”[Section 10c, page 6]