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Mega-Project Has (Partially) Broken Ground

Mega-Project Has (Partially) Broken Ground

Approved by Planning back in 2015 but waylaid by legal challenges, the ground for the massive 5M Project – which spans a 4-acre South of Market site stretching from Mission to Howard and Fifth to Mary – has officially broken ground. Now championed by Brookfield Properties, which acquired Forest City... Read More »

Long-Awaited Eagle Plaza About to Break Ground

Long-Awaited Eagle Plaza About to Break Ground

With Build Inc’s 136-unit development rising at 1532 Harrison Street, across from the Eagle in Western SoMa, the ground for the long-awaited Eagle Plaza, which will transform a portion of 12th Street between Harrison and Bernice into a new “pedestrian-oriented” plaza, will officially break ground tomorrow, June 18. While... Read More »

Calling All Contractors for Extension of Mission Creek Park

Calling All Contractors for Extension of Mission Creek Park

As we outlined earlier this year, of the 22 acres of additional open space that has yet to be built out across Mission Bay, six acres will be added to Mission Creek Park over the next couple of years on blocks P2, P8 and P3; the nearly 2-acre Mariposa... Read More »

Neighborhood Changing Development Closer to Reality

Neighborhood Changing Development Closer to Reality

Banking on the survival of San Francisco’s Central SoMa Plan, Tishman Speyer is pushing forward with plans to completely redevelop the northeast corner of Brannan and Fifth Streets, across from the San Francisco Tennis Club site. Having been completely redesigned by Michael Maltzan Architecture last year, the refined plans... Read More »

Plans to Make Civic Center the Safest Place in San Francisco

Plans to Make Civic Center the Safest Place in San Francisco

Having drafted three initial frameworks to help gather public input and guide the redevelopment of San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza, Fulton Mall and United Nations Plaza, the design team has now created a comprehensive Civic Center Public Realm Plan which will be presented to the City’s Planning Commission next... Read More »

Renovated Cottage and Rose Garden Priced at $898K

Renovated Cottage and Rose Garden Priced at $898K

Set behind an unassuming privacy fence and garage at 745 Lakeview Avenue sits a landscaped courtyard and entrance to a renovated 672-square-foot, two-bedroom cottage. The home’s remodeled kitchen has been outfitted with Sub-Zero and Thermador appliances, Caesarstone counters and Kona-finished cabinetry. Its bathroom sports an original tub surrounded by... Read More »

Timing for New Bayfront Park Pushed Back

Timing for New Bayfront Park Pushed Back

As we first revealed early last year: “San Francisco’s future 5.5-acre Bayfront Park, which will be bounded by a realigned Terry A. Francois Boulevard and the San Francisco Bay, between 16th Street and Nelson Rising Lane, across from the Warriors’ future Chase Center arena in Mission Bay, has been... Read More »

Refined Plans and Timing for the Next Big Transbay District Park

Refined Plans and Timing for the Next Big Transbay District Park

The concept design for San Francisco’s future 2.4-acre Under Ramp Park, which will run from the south side of Folsom Street to Howard, between First and Second and predominantly under the Fremont Street off-ramp and bus ramp serving the new Transbay/Salesforce Transit Center, has been refined by Conger Moss... Read More »

Planning for the Population Doubling and Public Realm of Dogpatch

Planning for the Population Doubling and Public Realm of Dogpatch

With around 3,000 units of housing expected to be built in Dogpatch over the next decade, not including another 2,700 units which could eventually rise on the Potrero Power Plant site, the population of the neighborhood is expected to soon double, if not triple. And with that in mind,... Read More »

Detailed Plans for the Future of Pier 70’s Shoreline, Parks and More

Detailed Plans for the Future of Pier 70’s Shoreline, Parks and More

With the complete redevelopment of San Francisco’s Pier 70 having been formally approved in October, and the ground for the 28-acre project slated to broken early this year, the detailed plans for over 6 acres of parks and open spaces along Pier 70’s shoreline will be presented to the... Read More »