Building life cycle carbon generic numbers for the SF Bay Area, by building height and use

We come across this research that looks at the generic numbers for the EU, for life cycle carbon for buildings categorized by height and uses (non-domestic is non-residential, domestic is residential). Have you seen data summarized/generalized in such a way for the San Francisco Bay Area?

As far as I know, there isn’t data like this for the SF Bay Area, which is why the CLF Bay Area chapter is working on a benchmarking initiative. We are in the early stages of data collection - please reach out if you would like to participate!

Thank you Christine. Good to know.
Several of us urban designers are interested in the implications of density and urban form on carbon, taking into consideration transportation carbon and sequestration. We are using the Bay Area as our testing ground for calculations. Would love to stay the loop.