As a reader notes (and hopes), the proposed 1 Franklin development for which a building permit has been filed would rise directly across the street from the Stanley Saitowitz envisioned nine story 1600 Market, the site for which remains on the market at $3,100,000 (down from $3,195,000 a year ago).
The listing for 1600 Market now notes “approved” for “thirty-six residential units, street level commercial and eleven garage parking spaces” but with no permits filed (and not currently part of the Planning Department’s Pipeline Report for San Francisco).
∙ From Pavement To Eight Stories For 1 Franklin As Proposed [SocketSite]
∙ Entitled, Envisioned And For Sale (But Not Permitted): 1600 Market [SocketSite]
∙ Listing: 1600 Market (Proposed Development) – $3,100,000 [loopnet.com]
∙ Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects Inc. [saitowitz.com]
∙ San Francisco’s Q4 2009 Housing Pipeline Report [SocketSite]