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Modern Dolores Heights Infill Mansion Slated for Approval

Modern Dolores Heights Infill Mansion Slated for Approval

Purchased for $6.853 million in May of 2019, plans to raze the remodeled 2,317-square-foot Dolores Heights home at 376 Hill Street, along with its pool and 499-square-foot pool house, a detached one-bedroom unit which sits on the back of the home’s rare 7,300-square-foot lot, are in the works. And... Read More »

Problems for Skinny 13-Story Polk Gulch Building as Proposed

Problems for Skinny 13-Story Polk Gulch Building as Proposed

As we revealed back in June, plans for a skinny 13-story building to rise up to 130 feet in height on the northwest corner of Polk and Olive, across from the Mitchell Brothers O’Farrell Theater site, have been drafted.  And as envisioned by the project team, the development would... Read More »

Plans to Redevelop Landmarked Theater Back in Play

Plans to Redevelop Landmarked Theater Back in Play

Plans for redeveloping the former El Rey Theater at 1970 Ocean Avenue, which was purchased out of foreclosure for $1.06 million in 2015 and subsequently designated an official San Francisco Landmark (No. 274), were drafted and submitted to the City back in 2019. As we outlined at the time:... Read More »

Redevelopment of Historic Central SoMa Site Closer to Reality

Redevelopment of Historic Central SoMa Site Closer to Reality

While Planning had balked at the original plans for the redevelopment of the historic Central SoMa Tres (now Merhado) building at 130 Townsend Street and the parking lot at 100 Stanford Street behind, which occupies the remainder of the former Inglenook Vineyard warehouse parcel, Presidio Bay Ventures was pushing... Read More »

Haight Street Development Redesigned, Slated for Approval

Haight Street Development Redesigned, Slated for Approval

In the works since 2016, as we first reported at the time, refined plans for redeveloping the former Lee’s Meat and Popular Market site at 478-482 Haight Street could be approved next month. While bonus plans for a five-story building to rise up to 57 feet in height upon... Read More »

Option to Extend Contested Navigation Center Will Be Exercised

Option to Extend Contested Navigation Center Will Be Exercised

Having reduced the number of unsheltered individuals in the Outreach Zone around the hotly contested Embarcadeo Navigation Center site, adjacent to the Watermark and across from Piers 30-32 on a portion of the Port’s Seawall Lot 330 site, by nearly 80 percent over the past two years, reduced the... Read More »

Big(ish) Plans for Prime Hillside Site Closer to Reality

Big(ish) Plans for Prime Hillside Site Closer to Reality

As we orginally outlined last year, while plans for a 24-unit development to rise up to 40 feet in height along Diamond Street, on the hillside overlooking Noe Valley, between the intersection of Diamond Heights Boulevard and 29th Street, were in the works, San Francisco’s Planning Department was pushing... Read More »

New Plans for Big Polk Gulch Infill Project

New Plans for Big Polk Gulch Infill Project

The Planning Department’s preliminary review of the draft plans for a 16-story building, with 198 units of senior housing, to rise on the northeast corner of Larkin and Bush has raised a number of issues, including the proposed height of the development (which “far exceeds the Zoning Map maximum... Read More »

Proposed Potrero Hill Lab Development Closer to Reality

Proposed Potrero Hill Lab Development Closer to Reality

Plans to disassemble, remove and otherwise demolish the California Mini Storage shipping container site at 1111 Pennsylvania Avenue are in the works. And as designed and newly refined by Workshop1, a 4-story building could rise up to 65 feet in height across the site, which is zoned for Production,... Read More »

Plans for Approved One Oak Tower Are Being Revised

Plans for Approved One Oak Tower Are Being Revised

While the plans for a 40-story, 319-unit tower to rise up to 420 feet in height at the intersection of Market, Oak and Van Ness Avenue were were approved back in 2017, the signature “One Oak” project has yet to has yet to break ground. And with the entitlements... Read More »