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New Home for Noriega Produce and Condos Closer to Reality

New Home for Noriega Produce and Condos Closer to Reality

As we first reported early last year, plans to raze Pete’s Union 76 Service station on the southwest corner of Noriega and 44th Avenue and build a four-story building with 14 condos over 14 residential parking spaces and a 9,600-square-foot grocery store on the Outer Sunset site were in... Read More »

New Designs and Density for a Mission District Development

New Designs and Density for a Mission District Development

The formal request for approval to raze the Wash Club lavanderia at 2918 Mission Street and construct a six-story building on the Mission District parcel, with 55 residential units over two retail spaces and a garage for 18 cars, will soon be submitted to San Francisco’s Planning Department for... Read More »

Legislation To Allow Building Up To Three Stories Higher

Legislation To Allow Building Up To Three Stories Higher

Proposed legislation which would allow developers in San Francisco to build up to three stories higher than currently zoned, depending upon the percentage of ‘affordable’ units included on-site, has been introduced to the Board of Supervisors by the Mayor and Supervisor Katy Tang. In addition to enacting the State’s... Read More »

Developers Picked For Mission Parcel, Plan To Build Higher Than Zoned

Developers Picked For Mission Parcel, Plan To Build Higher Than Zoned

While currently only zoned for building up to 55-feet high and with a parcel size that would support up to 60 units of housing at that height, the two players picked by the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development to develop the Mission District parcel at 2060 Folsom... Read More »

400-Square-Foot Two-Bedrooms Proposed, Planning Has Concerns

400-Square-Foot Two-Bedrooms Proposed, Planning Has Concerns

Panoramic Interests plans to raze the single-story industrial building at 333 12th Street and build up to seven stories and 274 apartments on the parcel and adjacent parking lot between Folsom and Harrison. As currently zoned, the Western SoMa site could support around 200 units of housing in buildings... Read More »

700 Square Foot Berkeley Four-Bedrooms Slated To Be Approved

700 Square Foot Berkeley Four-Bedrooms Slated To Be Approved

The revised designs for a student-oriented, but not necessarily student occupied, development to rise up to six-stories in height on Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley, with room(s) for around 150 residents over 5,461 square feet of ground-floor retail/restaurant space, could be approved by the City on Thursday. Dubbed ‘The Nexus,’... Read More »