Lumina Apartments

   (201 Folsom St.)

Location: San Francisco, CA
Architect of Record: Heller Manus
Size: 655 Units
Tower I: 400 feet (120 m) and 42 stories
Tower II: 350 feet (110 m) and 37 stories
Retail and tenant amenities
Undergorung vallet parking - 4 stories.

Dan Hogman

LUMINA (201 Folsom Street) is a 655-unit residential condominium project in the Rincon Hill neighborhood of San Francisco. Developed by Tishman Speyer, it is located one block to the southwest of its sister project, The Infinity. The site layout is directly related to the development across Main street - two highrise and two mid-rise towers for a balanced mass and access to light, all sitting on top of a full block podium. Although conceived to address the need for dense housing in San Francisco, the building takes a human scale approach at street level, with two-story townhouses accessed directly from the public right of way and public amenities - a small grocery store, a cafe, and a restaurant. The attention to occupants tralslates via the common amenities - gym with swimming pool, demo kitchen and rooftop green terrace with movie projection screen. This project was developed as a JV between Heller Manus of San Francisco and Arquitecotnica of Miami, with Dan Hogman serving as project manager for the Architect of Record.

Ballard on the Park

Location: Seattle, WA
Architect of Record: Bumgardner
Size: 268 apartment units
Retail: 45,000 sf - grocery store

Parking: 300+, all below grade

Tenant amenities. Separate cafe space

Dan Hogman

Ballard on the Park took its design cues from Ballard's Scandinavian past. The development proves to be a successful combination of apartments, retail, townhouses, on seven stories of concrete and steel over one story retail and two levels of underground parking.


On the south, a 10,000 sf private second-floor park opens the surrounding seven floors of flats to sun and remarkable waterfront and mountain views. By carefully locating units on the site and angling walls, virtually every unit has a sound and/or mountain view, including apartments on the north side. The second floor also contains a 5,700 sf private club.

Coliseum Connection

Location: Oakland, CA

Architect of Record: Pyatok
Size: 110 apartment units
Retail: 45,000 sf - grocery store

Parking: 120 spaces

Modular Contruction

Dan Hogman

Coliseum Connections is a 110-unit, multifamily, residential project located on an existing BART-owned parking lot adjacent to the Oakland Coliseum station. The project is within the Coliseum Area Specific Plan and the site is currently utilized as surface parking for BART patrons. The new units are a mix of 50% affordable and 50% market rate. The project uses Guerdon’s prefab Type-III modular construction for the residential units.


The proposed project consists of four buildings: a five-story building fronting the BART tracks at the western edge of the site that accommodates 65 one- and two-bedroom flats, and three buildings with 45 two-story townhome units on the eastern portion of the site. The primary building entry is located to the south, facing the BART station. A café space for residential and public use is located at sidewalk level, adjacent to the entry. A community room and shared outdoor space are also provided to the residents at the podium level."

Bowles Hall

Location: University of CA, Berkeley

Architect of Record: Pyatok

Size: 55,340 sf

         189 student beds

Year: 1928 original, 2016 renovation

Dan Hogman

Bowles Hall is a 1928 collegiate Gothic-style reinforced concrete building that sits astride the Hayward Fault on a steep hillside above the UC Berkeley campus. Under the leadership of the Bowles Hall Foundation and developer EdR, this campus landmark was restored to its original function as a residential college with integrated dining and academic facilities.


The 55,340 SF dormitory originally provided communal bathrooms and room suites, which were reconfigured to private rooms and en-suite baths shared by no more than four students of any gender. Historic common rooms on the main floor were restored in keeping with the original design as well as the third-floor dining facilities and library. Apartment-style living quarters for two faculty members were added. Reconfigured existing spaces and a new 3,725 SF addition house support services such as a commercial kitchen and new common spaces including a game room, fitness room, study lounges, and private study rooms.​