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423-Foot-Tall Oakland Tower Approved, but There’s a Problem

423-Foot-Tall Oakland Tower Approved, but There’s a Problem

The refined plans for Rubicon Point Partners’ proposed 37-story residential tower to rise up to 423 feet in height at 1750 Broadway, between 17th and 19th Streets in Uptown Oakland, have been approved by the City’s Planning Department. But there’s still a problem to solve before the development can... Read More »

Remodeled Pac Heights Mansion Fetches 45% of Original Price

Remodeled Pac Heights Mansion Fetches 45% of Original Price

As we outlined earlier this year: Purchased out of foreclosure for $2.525 million in 2013, the “grandly proportioned circa 1898 Victorian mansion” at 1945 Franklin Street, on the eastern edge of Pacific Heights, has since been “stunningly re-imagined for a modern 21st century lifestyle.” Now measuring nearly 7,000 square... Read More »

City Seeking Affordable Housing Developers for Tenderloin Site

City Seeking Affordable Housing Developers for Tenderloin Site

Back in 2005, the then-owner of the parking lot parcel on the southeast corner of Jones and Turk filed for permits to build a 5-story building at 180 Jones, a building height which the Planning Department deemed too short for the Tenderloin site which is zoned for development up... Read More »

Evergreen Could Soon Be Evergone in the Misison

Evergreen Could Soon Be Evergone in the Misison

The Evergreen Market building at 2539 Mission Street is on the market with a $3.5 million price tag, not including its rear parking lot which fronts Capp Street and for which another $2.5 million is being sought. Specializing in Latin American produce, meats and staples, the market is currently... Read More »

Bonus Plans for Building Up Hayes Valley

Bonus Plans for Building Up Hayes Valley

As we first reported last week: The little four-unit building at 630 Octavia Street and its adjacent parcel, which is currently used as a parking lot, recently traded hands for what would appear to be a total contract price of $4.6 million. A few years ago, plans to merge... Read More »

The Latest Inventory of San Francisco’s Housing Stock and Development

The Latest Inventory of San Francisco’s Housing Stock and Development

Including finished new construction projects and conversions, 2,579 net-new units of housing were added to San Francisco’s stock of housing in 2018, down 42 percent from 4,441 in 2017 and 3.6 percent below the 10-year average of 2,676 net new units but 12 above the 20-year average of closer... Read More »

Positioning to Raise the Roof in the Middle of Hayes Valley

Positioning to Raise the Roof in the Middle of Hayes Valley

The little four-unit building at 630 Octavia Street and its adjacent parcel, which is currently used as a parking lot, recently traded hands for what would appear to be a total contract price of $4.6 million. A few years ago, plans to merge the two lots, level the existing... Read More »

Alternative Designs for Rejected Oakland Tower Revealed

Alternative Designs for Rejected Oakland Tower Revealed

With Oakland’s Planning Commission having formally rejected the plans for a proposed 460-foot-tall, and seemingly split, tower to rise at 1261 Harrison Street, on the historic King Block in Downtown Oakland, a move which shouldn’t have caught any plugged-in readers by surprise, the project team has been working on... Read More »

Plans for 20 New Condo Buildings Overlooking Candlestick Point

Plans for 20 New Condo Buildings Overlooking Candlestick Point

Plans for 20 new residential buildings to rise on a vacant 7-acre slice of land fronting Jamestown Avenue, a former Candlestick Park parking lot which overlooks the massive Candlestick Point redevelopment which is now underway below, have been drafted by Hunt Hale Jones Architects for Strada Investment Group. As... Read More »

Quickly in Contract and Sold! (Below its 2016 Price)

Quickly in Contract and Sold! (Below its 2016 Price)

The “fabulously located condominium” unit #1 at 1536 Pacific Avenue, which was built in 2009 and “designed to withstand the test of time with high quality materials, construction and finishes throughout,” sold for $2.5 million in February of 2016, fetching roughly $1,777 per square foot. In addition to three... Read More »