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Plans for Another Big Mid-Market Hotel (and More)

Plans for Another Big Mid-Market Hotel (and More)

Speaking of proposed Mid-Market hotels, plans for a 12-story building to rise upon the long-vacant lot at 1125 Market Street (upon which the former Bell/American/Embassy Theater once stood adjacent to the newly renovated Strand) have been newly drawn and submitted to Planning for approval. While MacFarlane Partners, which purchased... Read More »

Moving Forward With Plans For 150 More Mid-Market Apartments

Moving Forward With Plans For 150 More Mid-Market Apartments

Having purchased the vacant Mid-Market parcel at 1125 Market Street for $7.8 million in December, MacFarlane Partners has submitted draft plans for a 12-story building with 150 apartments over 3,000 square feet of commercial space along Market Street. A garage for 16 cars would be accessed from Stevenson Street,... Read More »

Plans For 12 New Stories And Perhaps A Store Along Market Street

Plans For 12 New Stories And Perhaps A Store Along Market Street

Real estate developer MacFarlane Partners has purchased the vacant lot at 1125 Market Street with plans to construct a 12-story apartment building on the Mid-Market site according to the Business Times. Located directly to the east of the old Strand Theater at 1127 Market Street which the American Conservatory... Read More »

1844 Market Street: Let’s Get Ready To Rumble Build!

1844 Market Street: Let’s Get Ready To Rumble Build!

As we wrote this past October: As we first reported a week ago, builder Joe Cassidy’s 113-unit mixed-use project at 1844 Market Street was headed for a foreclosure sale on the courthouse steps next week with an estimated $12,329,428.48 owed. And while a plugged-in reader noted that a lawsuit... Read More »

San Francisco’s Transbay Terminal Design Proposals: Highlights

San Francisco’s Transbay Terminal Design Proposals: Highlights

Keep in mind that design elements of all three proposals are likely to change (some rather dramatically) between now and the final selection on September 20th (and again between the final selection and construction). That being the case, a few highlights that caught our attention (in reverse order of... Read More »