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S.F.’s Housing Pipeline Back to Within 2 Percent of Peak, But…

S.F.’s Housing Pipeline Back to Within 2 Percent of Peak, But…

The number of units in San Francisco’s housing pipeline increased by nearly 3,000 in the fourth quarter of 2021 to 72,500, which effectively equals the pipeline count in the fourth quarter of 2020 and is within 1,300 units of the record 73,800 units which were in the works in... Read More »

Amended Plans for More Parking and a Gated Mid-Block Mews

Amended Plans for More Parking and a Gated Mid-Block Mews

With construction on the five-story development on the northeast corner of Howard and Ninth nearing completion and pre-sales of the building’s 129 condos underway, the project team is seeking a modification of the entitlements for the project which were approved back in 2017. If approved, the number of off-street... Read More »

Permits for Major NoPa Development Close to Being Secured

Permits for Major NoPa Development Close to Being Secured

A permit to raze the fenced off Divisadero Touchless Carwash building, the interior of which is in the process of being stripped, and the shuttered Shell station on the northeast corner of Divisadero and Oak has been requested and is close to being approved. At the same time, a... Read More »

Number of Homes on the Market in S.F. Starts Ticking Back Up

Despite some industry misanalysis making the rounds at the end of last year, the number of homes on the market in San Francisco has started ticking back up with typical seasonality in play. In fact, the net number of homes on the market in San Francisco (510) ticked up... Read More »

A Projected Surplus in San Francisco Housing Production

A Projected Surplus in San Francisco Housing Production

San Francisco’s Planning Department has completed its first annual “Jobs-Housing Fit” report, a newly required analysis of “the fit between the housing needed by workers of new jobs located in San Francisco and housing produced in San Francisco,” segmented by affordability. And in fact, based on the pipeline of... Read More »

New 520-Foot-Tall Tower About to Rise

New 520-Foot-Tall Tower About to Rise

While the ground for Build Inc’s 420-foot-tall tower across the street has yet to be broken, despite being approved/entitled back in 2017, the development of Lendlease’s 520-foot-tall tower to rise at 30 Van Ness, on the Northeast corner of Van Ness and Market, is underway. Orginally envisioned to yield... Read More »

Bigger Plans for a Project That’s Already Broken Ground

Bigger Plans for a Project That’s Already Broken Ground

Plans to merge the two Central SoMa parcels at 952-960 Howard Street, demolish everything but the façade of the 100-year-old, single-story industrial building at 960 Howard, and develop a new three-story building on the site, with 18,500 square feet of office space, 5,200 square feet of replacement “PDR,” and... Read More »

Refined Plans for the First Power Station Tower to Rise

Refined Plans for the First Power Station Tower to Rise

As designed and since refined by Foster + Partners and Adamson Associates, the proposed 27-story tower to rise up to 237 feet in height upon Block 7A of the Potrero Power Station site, along Humboldt Street at the intersection of the future Louisiana Paseo/Street, will yield 325 residential units,... Read More »

The Appreciation for a Luxurious Liberty Hill Home

The Appreciation for a Luxurious Liberty Hill Home

While legally a two-unit building, 250-252 Cumberland Street was redeveloped as a high-end, 4,000-square-foot Liberty Hill home in 2014 and sold for $6 million that October. Located half a block above Dolores Park, the five-bedroom home now features an open main floor, with “timeless design and sumptuous finishes,” a... Read More »

Pace of Construction in San Francisco Drops, but…

Pace of Construction in San Francisco Drops, but…

With the number of units of housing that finished up construction across San Francisco at the end of last year having outpaced the number of units for which the ground was newly broken, the net number of units under construction across the city dropped 8 percent from the third... Read More »