Thompson Building Materials Wood Building materials used in new luxury condos at the iconic Macdonalds building on Davenport Street will be recycled

Building materials used in new luxury condos at the iconic Macdonalds building on Davenport Street will be recycled

The condo building on Macdonald Street will soon receive a brand new facelift as part of a $1.2 billion project to modernize and renovate the historic building, according to a release from the city of San Francisco.

The project is the result of a five-year collaboration between the city and the Macdonald’s Development Company.

The facelifts will also include the installation of solar-powered lighting systems and other improvements to the interior space.

According to the release, the project is designed to achieve a total of $3.3 million in savings for the city.

The city also plans to invest an additional $2 million toward the facelifting of the property’s exterior.

In addition to the facels, the city has identified the renovation of the exterior of the Macdonks building as a priority, as well as the addition of new landscaping and landscaping work to the property.

The Macdonald building is located at 928 Davenmont St., between Market and Daven Streets.

It is located within a large industrial park that is bounded by Market Street and Dauphin Street.