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Belden Lane Landmark on the Market

Belden Lane Landmark on the Market

Cafe Bastille, which opened back in 1990, was the first restaurant on Belden Place and led the revolution of the lane. And while the restaurant is offering outdoor dining and curbside pickup, and has 10 years left on a favorable, non-triple net, lease, it’s also quietly on the market... Read More »

Visualizing the Vacant Office Space in San Francisco

Visualizing the Vacant Office Space in San Francisco

As we noted last week, there is nearly 12 million square feet of vacant office space now spread across San Francisco, including 5.6 million square feet of un-leased space and 6.2 million square feet of space which has been leased but is now sitting vacant and actively seeking a... Read More »

Proposed Terraced Tower and Expectations Take Three

Proposed Terraced Tower and Expectations Take Three

As we first revealed back in early 2017: The designs for a modern 200-foot-tall hotel and condo building to rise at 447 Battery Street, a site which is currently occupied by the three-story Cort Furniture Rental building at the corner of Battery and Merchant, have been drawn and formally... Read More »

Plans To Transform the Dilapidated ‘Station A’ Into an Icon

Plans To Transform the Dilapidated ‘Station A’ Into an Icon

While plans to raze the dilapidated, but historic, “Station A” building on the Potrero Power Plant site were in the works, the Station A structure is now slated to retained, adapted and added upon to yield “an iconic” and signature element of the massive Power Plant redevelopment, thanks in... Read More »

Offices Allowed to Reopen Next Week, Bars on Tap [UPDATED]

With San Francisco’s COVID-19 risk level having dropped to “Minimal”/”Yellow” status per the State’s “Blueprint for a Safer Economy,” office spaces that have remained shuttered by the pandemic will be allowed to reopen at 25% capacity starting Tuesday, October 27. Smaller offices with fewer than 20 employees will be... Read More »

Office Vacancy Rate in the East Bay Ticks Over 14 Percent

Office Vacancy Rate in the East Bay Ticks Over 14 Percent

As in San Francisco, the vacancy rate for East Bay office space has just ticked back over 14 percent, which includes 3.6 million square feet of un-leased space along with nearly a million square feet which has been leased but is sitting vacant and actively seeking a subletter, which... Read More »

Nearly 12 Million Square Feet of Vacant Office Space in S.F.

Nearly 12 Million Square Feet of Vacant Office Space in S.F.

In addition to 5.6 million square feet of directly vacant, un-leased office space spread across the city, which is up from around 3.7 million square feet of un-leased space at the same time last year, there is now 6.2 million square feet of office space in San Francisco which... Read More »

Revised Timing for Massive Power Plant Redevelopment

Revised Timing for Massive Power Plant Redevelopment

Independent of any ongoing impact related to the pandemic or economy in general, the proposed phasing and building timeline for the massive redevelopment of the 29-acre Potrero Power Plant site has been amended and approved. Rather than building in six phases over the course of 16 years, the team... Read More »

Small Business Eviction Can Kicked Down the Road

With Governor Gavin Newsom having inked an extension of Executive Order N-28-20 last week, which will allow local jurisdictions in California to continue banning the eviction of commercial tenants impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic through March 31 of next year (2021), Mayor London Breed has just authorized a modified... Read More »

New San Francisco Flower Mart Closer to Reality

New San Francisco Flower Mart Closer to Reality

With the San Francisco Flower Mart Tenants Association having opted to permanently relocate rather than return to a new and improved Flower Mart at 6th and Brannan, once the existing Flower Mart site is completely redeveloped, the refined plans for the new San Francisco Flower Market, between 16th and... Read More »