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JustQuotes: Bosa Buys Parcel 5 On The South Side Of Mission Creek

“Builder Bosa Development has bought another parcel in the burgeoning Mission Bay neighborhood, paying $13.5 million for that has been approved for 270 residential units, according to Old Republic Title Co.” “The deal comes as Bosa has topped off the... Read More »

Home Depot Bayshore (San Francisco): Let’s Get Ready To Rubble!

Home Depot Bayshore (San Francisco): Let’s Get Ready To Rubble!

It was well over two years ago that we first wrote: Next week Home Depot is headed back in front of the Planning Commission. Having signed a lease for the old Goodman Lumber location at 491 Bayshore Blvd. over five years ago , the Depot is still... Read More »

The (Incomplete) Conceptual Massing For SF’s Mission Bay

The (Incomplete) Conceptual Massing For SF’s Mission Bay

It’s not complete, and was put together for “conceptual” purposes to help in planning the proposals for the development of San Francisco’s Seawall Lot 337 (SWL 337), but nonetheless it’s an interesting map of the massings related to the past, present and future development of San Francisco’s Mission Bay.... Read More »

Model For Turning Treasure Island Into A “Green City Of The Future”

Model For Turning Treasure Island Into A “Green City Of The Future”

At first there was a rendering and master plan for the future of Treasure Island. Now there’s a model and more geeky details (which we happen to love) emerging. According to Popular Mechanics, “fter ground is broken in 2009, Treasure Island will become a testbed for the newest ideas... Read More »

The (Re)Development And Design Of 1198 Fillmore And 1345 Turk

The (Re)Development And Design Of 1198 Fillmore And 1345 Turk

While the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency is seeking RFP’s from developers interested in restoring and re-purposing the long vacant two-story brick Muni Substation at the southeast corner of Turk and Fillmore (1198 Fillmore to be exact and the big pink rectangle above), it’s actually the new David Baker +... Read More »

Planning For 5,700 New Homes In San Francisco’s Parkmerced

Planning For 5,700 New Homes In San Francisco’s Parkmerced

From J.K. Dineen at the San Francisco Business Times: “Parkmerced’s owners want to add 5,700 housing units to San Francisco’s largest apartment complex in a dramatic redesign that would cost billions of dollars and nearly triple the west side community to 9,000 units. Stellar Management and Rockpoint Group’s aggressive... Read More »

And Yes, A Few Kinky Condos Could Hypothetically Be Coming Soon

And Yes, A Few Kinky Condos Could Hypothetically Be Coming Soon

While Kink’s window restoration project for the San Francisco Armory has been replacing boarded-up and broken windows for the first time in 30 years, and the building might actually be feeling a bit festive (rather than altogether abandoned), it’s the hypothetical “Kink condos” that seem to be getting all... Read More »

The Temporary Transbay Terminal Site, Design, And Meeting

The Temporary Transbay Terminal Site, Design, And Meeting

Even If you can’t make this evening’s community meeting (from 5:30-7:30) to discuss traffic circulation and parking revisions for San Francisco’s temporary Transbay Terminal Project (hey, different strokes for different folks), you might appreciate the background. The Temporary Terminal Project will provide temporary replacement bus terminal facilities in order... Read More »

The SocketSite Scoop On 70 South Park (A.K.A. “Gallery House”)

The SocketSite Scoop On 70 South Park (A.K.A. “Gallery House”)

It’s one of three new buildings rising (as opposed to being razed) in San Francisco’s South Park. And unfortunately for all those who have inquired, it’s not going to hit the market upon completion. Designed by Ogrydziak/Prillinger, 70 South Park (aka “Gallery House”) will house an art gallery on... Read More »

Another Reader’s Reality: Living Off Of Third Street In Bayview

Another Reader’s Reality: Living Off Of Third Street In Bayview

On Monday it was one reader’s reality versus perception regarding life around Sixth Street in mid-SoMa/Market/town. Today we highlight another reader’s reality, and this time it’s living off of Third Street in Bayview: ike many areas of San Francisco you have to be cautious and use common sense. I... Read More »