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Never Mind, the Facade of Remodeling Will Remain

Never Mind, the Facade of Remodeling Will Remain

The proposed framework for eliminating San Francisco’s frequently gamed Tantamount to Demolition rule and instituting a new Residential Expansion Threshold will not be presented at the Bayview Hunters Point Citizen Advisory Committee Meeting this evening. And in fact, as of late yesterday, San Francisco’s Planning Department has formally suspended... Read More »

Remodeling Permit Suspended, Emergency Stabilization Approved

Remodeling Permit Suspended, Emergency Stabilization Approved

Two days after our piece about the “remodeling” in progress at 2178 Pine Street, the permit for the approved project was suspended and a notice of violation was sent. Three days after the permit for 2178 Pine Street was suspended, 125 Crown Terrace collapsed, another approved “remodeling” which had... Read More »

A Rather Extensive “Remodeling” (Of Everything But The Façade)

A Rather Extensive “Remodeling” (Of Everything But The Façade)

While the façade of 2178 Pine Street hangs like a Hollywood set with nothing left behind, technically the potential historic resource hasn’t been demolished but is rather being “remodeled,” with permits to convert the first floor (which no longer exists) to habitable living space, remodel the second and third... Read More »