Located in downtown San Francisco, this five-story building, with 185 apartments and a basement garage for 135 cars and 3,000 square feet of ground floor retail space, to rise up to 48 feet in height across the Bryant Street site, between Langton and Kate Streets.
A 299 unit mixed use project, with 60 of the units classified as affordable. The buildings will also contain 4,100 square feet intended for a café or restaurant, 1,400 square feet of general retail space and 3,900 square feet of production, distribution and repair (PDR) space. Amenities will include 249 subterranean parking spaces, extensive bicycle parking and 28,000 square feet of public open space.
1500 San Pablo
Located in West Berkeley, this projects consists of a Five story, 62-foot mixed-use building with 170 residential units including 11 townhouses, nearly 11,000 square feet of commercial space, 179 vehicle parking spaces and 184 spots for bikes. O'Kane Structural Steel is currently fabricating and installing structural steel at the storefront and elevators as well as balcony railings, canopies, planter boxes and other courtyard metals
California College of the Arts, Student Housing
Located in San Francisco, this five-story building will provide below-market-rate housing for more than 500 student. The 280 units are CCA’s first on-campus housing in San Francisco and are positioned at the center of the school’s expanding campus.
Located in South San Francisco, consists of a mixed use project with 97-unit condominium building. O'Kane Structural Steel are provided storefront structural steel, balcony railings, elevator steel and courtyard metals.
Alexan Riverwalk Danville
This project, located in Danville, CA consists of three buildings and 144 apartments with basement parking and courtyard amenities.
Brooklyn Basin Parcel F
Designed as two attached structures which are currently being constructed in two phases, phase A includes 101 units designated for families. Phase B includes 110 units designated for seniors. O'Kane Structural steel are proud to be part of a project that will ultimately provide housing for low income families and seniors in Oakland.