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Revised Designs for Bonus-Sized Development in the Mission

Revised Designs for Bonus-Sized Development in the Mission

As we outlined last year, the proposed redevelopment of the shuttered Mission District garage site at 1721 15th Street had been put on hold pending a Density Bonus-based supersizing of the project which was originally envisioned to yield a total of 24 residential units over 2,700 square feet of... Read More »

Supersized Hayes Valley Project Redesigned, Closer to Reality

Supersized Hayes Valley Project Redesigned, Closer to Reality

As we first reported early last year: The little four-unit building at 630 Octavia Street and its adjacent parcel, which is currently used as a parking lot, recently traded hands for what would appear to be a total contract price of $4.6 million. A few years ago, plans to... Read More »

Mid-Market Infill Tower Closer to Being Entitled, But…

Mid-Market Infill Tower Closer to Being Entitled, But…

The Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the proposed 27-story infill tower to rise on Nordstrom’s underdeveloped parking lot parcel at 469 Stevenson Street has just been released by Planning and hasn’t raised any extraordinary red flags (other than with respect to a further shadowing of Mint Plaza). While... Read More »

Bonus Plans for Historic City Lights Site on the Boards

Bonus Plans for Historic City Lights Site on the Boards

With the 8-story, 200-unit micro unit development having topped out and finishing up construction next door, plans to redevelop the City Lights parcel at 1585 Folsom Street, on the corner of Folsom and 12th in Western SoMa, are in the works.  And as preliminarily massed by Ankrom Mosian Architects... Read More »

Proposed Church Street Project Closer to Reality

Proposed Church Street Project Closer to Reality

To answer a reader’s question, while plans to raze the former Sparky’s and current Thorough Bread and Pastry building and build up to six stories in height upon the 240-250 Church Street site have yet to be approved, they are working their way through Planning. As recently rendered by... Read More »

Refined Plans for Building up (On) Geary Boulevard

Refined Plans for Building up (On) Geary Boulevard

As we first outlined last year, plans to level the now shuttered Firestone Complete Auto Care shop at 2800 Geary Boulevard and build a bonus-sized development on its Laurel Heights/Lone Mountain parcel are in the works. And as newly rendered by Elevation Architects below, the refined plans for the... Read More »

Bonus Plans for Building Up Clement Street

Bonus Plans for Building Up Clement Street

Plans to raze the single-story China Dance School & Theater building on the southeast corner of Clement and 32nd Avenue are in the works. And as proposed, a six-story building could rise up to 64 feet in height upon the 3055 Clement Street site. The development as envisioned would... Read More »

Revised Plans for Grubstake Site Closer to Reality

Revised Plans for Grubstake Site Closer to Reality

As we first reported back in 2015: Prior to closing escrow on his purchase of the iconic Grubstake restaurant at 1525 Pine Street, buyer Nicholas Pigott quietly engaged D-Scheme Studio to draft plans for razing the restaurant and constructing a slender seven-story building on the Polk Gulch site, with... Read More »

Bigger Plans for Polk Gulch Infill Development Closer to Reality

Bigger Plans for Polk Gulch Infill Development Closer to Reality

As we first revealed earlier this year: Plans for a 12-story infill building to rise up to 125 feet in height on the site of the Polk Gulch funeral home at 1123 Sutter Street (Halsted N. Gray-Carew & English) have been drafted. While the columned façade of the funeral... Read More »

More Mission District Infill on the Boards

More Mission District Infill on the Boards

Plans for a new six-story building to rise at 2955 Mission Street, which is one door down from the proposed modern addition to rise atop the historic building at 2965-2967 Mission Street in the Mission, are in the works. And as newly rendered by Sternberg Benjamin Architects, the 65-foot-tall... Read More »