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Van Ness Corridor Redevelopment on the Boards

Van Ness Corridor Redevelopment on the Boards

Purchased for $8.41 million in January of 2014, plans to redevelop the 5-story building on the northwest corner of Van Ness and Pacific Avenues (2101-2107 Van Ness) have been drawn. And as proposed, the building, which is currently configured with around 58 office suites over 2,500 square feet of... Read More »

Visualizing All the Vacant Office Space in San Francisco

Visualizing All the Vacant Office Space in San Francisco

As we outlined last week, there is nearly 16 million square feet of vacant office space now spread across San Francisco, which is up from around 14 million square feet of vacant space three months ago and as compared to under 5 million square feet of vacant space at the... Read More »

Office Vacancy Rate Continues to Climb in San Francisco

Office Vacancy Rate Continues to Climb in San Francisco

In addition to 7.87 million square feet of un-leased office space now spread across the city of San Francisco, which is up from 6.7 million square feet of un-leased space just three months ago, there is now another 7.99 million square feet of office space which has been leased... Read More »

Another Sizable Gas Station Site on the Market, But…

Another Sizable Gas Station Site on the Market, But…

The Mission Terrace 76 station at 1798 Alemany Boulevard, which occupies a 16,500-square-foot parcel on the northwest corner of Alemany and Ocean Avenue is on the market. And yes, the centrally located site is zoned for development up to 40 feet in height, not including any density bonuses which... Read More »

Indoor Venues Can Reopen in San Francisco, Plus…

As of Thursday, April 15, 2021, indoor live-audience events, performances and private events (such as conferences and receptions) will be allowed to resume in San Francisco, albeit at reduced capacities, and existing restrictions on other activities and gatherings will be further relaxed. Indoor ticketed and seated events will be... Read More »

Hayes Valley Trader Joe’s Closer to Reality

Hayes Valley Trader Joe’s Closer to Reality

Following a major false start by Portland-based New Seasons Market, which was aiming to open in 2018, Trader Joe’s has now formally submitted their application to build-out and operate the roughly 17,000-square-foot ground floor grocery store space at 555 Fulton Street in Hayes Valley. If approved by the City,... Read More »

Landmark Doelger Building Relisted, Reduced

Landmark Doelger Building Relisted, Reduced

The landmarked Art Deco building with a Streamline Modern addition at 320-326 Judah Street, which was built for the San Francisco builder extraordinaire, Henry Doelger, back in 1932 is now back on the market with a reduced $7.45 asking price having been listed for $8 million near the end... Read More »

Creative Central SoMa Infill Project Closer to Reality

Creative Central SoMa Infill Project Closer to Reality

The creative plans for two equal-sized, but slightly offset, buildings to rise up to 85 feet in height upon the through-block Central SoMa parcel at 470-474 Bryant Street have just qualified for a streamlined review. As we outlined last year, the proposed development includes a demolition of the adjacent,... Read More »

Densified Polk Street Development Positioning to Break Ground

Densified Polk Street Development Positioning to Break Ground

With the refined plans for a denser, 53-unit building to rise up to 65 feet in height upon the current Jug Shop complex site, on the northeast corner of Polk and Pacific, having been approved and permit requests for the project having been filed, the project team is positioning... Read More »

Behind the Big Sale of the Dalziel Building

Behind the Big Sale of the Dalziel Building

While the 24,000-square-foot Dalziel Building at 2741 16th Street was recently renovated, converted into modern R&D space and fully leased to Ouster, a leading LiDAR technology firm, its sale for $22.2 million at the end of last year might have seemed a little rich for Production, Distribution and Repair... Read More »