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The Port’s Plan For Pier 27: We Don’t Need No Stinking Rate Of Return!

The Port’s Plan For Pier 27: We Don’t Need No Stinking Rate Of Return!

From the Examiner with respect to the Port’s plan for a new San Francisco cruise terminal: now plans to take advantage of an upcoming bond sale to help fund the $40 million-plus conversion of Pier 27 from a cavernous limousine storage lot into a... Read More »

First And Goal For The San Francisco Santa Clara 49ers Stadium

First And Goal For The San Francisco Santa Clara 49ers Stadium

Santa Clara City Council members approved a financial plan to move the 49ers south last night (or rather early this morning). Up next, a vote by the residents next spring. ∙ Santa Clara approves 49ers stadium plan ∙ JustQuotes: Five Years From A 49ers Free San... Read More »

Hotel SoMa (690 Fifth Street) As Proposed And Planning’s EIR

Hotel SoMa (690 Fifth Street) As Proposed And Planning’s EIR

The proposed Hotel SoMa would replace a two-story, 23-foot-tall office building (and 14 off-street surface parking spaces) on the northwest corner of Townsend and Fifth (690 Fifth Street to be exact) with a David Baker designed six-story, 75-room hotel. The project would include approximately 41,000 square feet of hotel... Read More »

Presidio Main Post Plan Public Comment Period Closes Today

Presidio Main Post Plan Public Comment Period Closes Today

“Today marks the end of the public comment period on land use changes proposed for the Main Post of San Francisco’s Presidio – a deadline that may sound bureaucratic but in fact signals the next round in an acrimonious battle unlikely to end anytime soon.” ∙ Deadline is today... Read More »

Now THAT’s Not The Arquitectonica Design For Market At Buchanan

Now THAT’s Not The Arquitectonica Design For Market At Buchanan

Driven by neighbors’ complaints and a Planning Commission “request,” revised designs for the Arquitectonica design of 1960-1998 Market at Buchanan will be presented to the Commission on Thursday. No word on whether or not the revised design will include Planning Commissioner approved bay windows or peach accents. Regardless, even... Read More »

1844 Market Watch: Movement On 113 “Fabulous” Units And Retail

1844 Market Watch: Movement On 113 “Fabulous” Units And Retail

BayRock Residential secured approvals for 113 “fabulous” rental (but condo mapped) units, 90 underground parking spaces, and 5,000 square feet of retail to be built at 1840-1844 Market in 2006, but sold the project in 2007. And while the site has long been cleared, it’s also been dormant for... Read More »

The 690 Stanyan Project Scoop: Scaled Back To An Interior Gutting

The 690 Stanyan Project Scoop: Scaled Back To An Interior Gutting

A plugged-in reader reports on the proposed 690 Stanyan Project: “The other half had a storewide meeting at Whole Foods last night. It was told to them that the Stanyan Project has been scaled back to be just like the Noe Valley project. No external construction – no condos,... Read More »

CPMC’s Long Range Development Plan And Cathedral Hill Campus

CPMC’s Long Range Development Plan And Cathedral Hill Campus

Additional details with respect to California Pacific Medical Center’s (CPMC) Long Range Development Plan for five campuses have been published in the form of an EIR and Public Scoping Meeting notice (pdf). At the heart of the plan, the Cathedral Hill Campus. The proposed 3.85 acre medical campus…is comprised... Read More »

Under Two Hundred Per Square Foot (Just Not Including The House)

Under Two Hundred Per Square Foot (Just Not Including The House)

This four story, four bedroom, and six and one-half bath Forest Hill* home is listed for under $200 per square foot! Unfortunately that doesn’t include the cost of building it. *UPDATE: As a plugged-in reader correctly points out, it’s Forest Hill Extension for this lot not Forest Hill. ∙... Read More »

Plans Approved And Price Reduced But No Sale And Off The MLS

Plans Approved And Price Reduced But No Sale And Off The MLS

Sold in December 2005 for $868,000 and then again for $875,000 in September 2008, 1409 Sanchez retuned to the market in January asking $1,250,000 with newly approved plans and permits in hand to raze the current structure and build two units in its place. Yesterday the listing for 1409... Read More »