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San Francisco’s Housing Pipeline Hits a New High

San Francisco’s Housing Pipeline Hits a New High

The total number of units in San Francisco’s housing pipeline, including affordable units that are slated to be rebuilt, hit a record high of over 80,000 in the first quarter of this year, according to our queries of Planning’s databases as mapped and distributed above. In addition to around... Read More »

Cathedral Hill Infill Closer to Reality

Cathedral Hill Infill Closer to Reality

As we first outlined earlier this year, plans for a 7-story building to rise up to 75 feet in height upon the St. Mark’s Square and Martin Luther Tower parking lot parcels which front Ellis Street, between Franklin and Gough were in the works, the formal application for which... Read More »

Mount Olympus on the Market

Mount Olympus on the Market

The assembled site and plans for a proposed 10-unit development to rise on the northwest corner of 17th and Roosevelt, below the summit of San Francisco’s Mount Olympus on the southern border of Ashbury Heights, are now on the market with a $7.495 million price tag. In the works... Read More »

Affordable Central SoMa Infill Development Closer to Reality

Affordable Central SoMa Infill Development Closer to Reality

The formal application to move forward with the redevelopment of the Central SoMa parking lot parcel at 160 Freelon Street, a 12,800-square-foot parcel which sits behind the approved neighborhood changing development to rise at 598 Brannan and is slated to be deeded to the City to fulfill the affordable... Read More »

San Francisco’s Downtown Rail Extension Is Now “The Portal”

San Francisco’s Downtown Rail Extension Is Now “The Portal”

As we outlined last year, the projected $6 billion extension of Caltrain to San Francisco’s new Transit Center, which was based on 2017-era dollars and had been dubbed San Francisco’s “Downtown Rail Extension” (DTX), was in the process of being rebranded in an attempt to “raise awareness and public... Read More »

Plans for This $7 Million Presidio Heights Teardown Progress

Plans for This $7 Million Presidio Heights Teardown Progress

The “wonderful mid-century home” at 3555 Pacific Avenue, which is “located right on the Presidio Wall in a gorgeous garden setting” and currently measures close to 4,000 square feet, with four bedrooms, a remodeled interior and a 600-square-foot, two-car garage, hit the market listed for $7.5 million in May... Read More »

Plans to Expand and Convert Central SoMa Data Center Into…

Plans to Expand and Convert Central SoMa Data Center Into…

Built in 1924 and acquired for $9.25 million in March of 2006, plans to expand and convert the Colgate Building at 620 3rd Street, which also fronts Rich, is a contributor to the historic Clyde and Crooks Warehouses District and is currently being used as a data center, have... Read More »

New Plans for a Wall of Townhomes to Rise Right Here

New Plans for a Wall of Townhomes to Rise Right Here

Challenged by neighbors and the City alike, albeit for very different reasons, plans to double the size of the 2,200-square-foot Nob Hill home which sits on the front of a 3,571-square-foot lot at 1151 Washington Street, adjacent to the Betty Ong Recreation Center’s playground, have been shelved.  And significantly... Read More »

Approved Tower Pushed Back, Parking Lot Extension Sought

Approved Tower Pushed Back, Parking Lot Extension Sought

As we outlined back in September of 2020: Having been approved back in 2016 but yet to break ground, the entitlements for a skinny 495-foot-tall tower to rise at 524 Howard Street, a development which could yield up to 334 condos, or 72 condos over a 273-room hotel, “depending... Read More »

Plans to Preserve Historic Garage and Site Zoned for More Height

Plans to Preserve Historic Garage and Site Zoned for More Height

As we outlined a few years ago when the two-story garage on the northwest corner of Franklin and Pine, which had been identified as “one of the best examples of a public garage in San Francisco’s Historic Auto Row area, due to its longevity, integrity, and capacity,” hit the market... Read More »