The approved David Baker-designed development to rise on the northeast corner of Fulton and Gough has just been sold to the newly formed 7X7 Development group which plans to break ground on the Hayes Valley project this summer, adjacent to the new Don Fisher Clubhouse.


The 69 condos within the 388 Fulton Street development should be ready for occupancy in the fall of 2015, as will the 1,800 square foot retail space on the ground floor. And as plugged-in people might recall, this is the development which San Francisco’s Planning Department had requested be redesigned in white, a request which was overruled.

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by Dan the Man

    Ok. Ewwwwww. Gross.

  2. Posted by JWS

    I personally love the black and am happy to see it’s staying that color. Excited to continue to push up the Gough retail corridor. With Boxing Room, Welcome Stranger, the new stores in the Ivy, Fig and Thistle, etc the block between Hayes and Grove is now going to be extremely prominent. Cannot wait to see the new retail at this location and the building at the corner of Hayes/Grove being built continue to expand and help make Hayes Valley Bakeworks more accessible.

  3. Posted by Philip

    With the loss of the Jack Tar, we need to have a new champion Ugly Building, and this monstrosity looks like a contender. The black will look really sharp after a decade of pigeon poop and general air quality related insults.

  4. Posted by Futurist

    I like the black façade also, along with the hoods around the windows. Pretty interesting and lively.
    Great to see this almost completed.

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