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Blockbuster Duboce Triangle Infill in the Works

Blockbuster Duboce Triangle Infill in the Works

Plans for redeveloping the underdeveloped parking lot at 55 Belcher Street, behind the former Blockbuster at 158 Church, are in the works. And as proposed, a four-story building with 25 condos over a 12-car garage will rise up to 40 feet in height across the site (which is directly... Read More »

A One of a Kind San Francisco Property Returns

A One of a Kind San Francisco Property Returns

As we wrote when the old industrial building at 67-69 Belcher Street hit the market in 2007: “Born a furniture warehouse, 67-69 Belcher was destined to be demolished and redeveloped (into condos) in the early 1980’s. Instead, artist Spaulding Taylor and partner acquired the Duboce Triangle property converting half into a... Read More »

The SocketSite Scoop On 67-69 Belcher (As Promised)

The SocketSite Scoop On 67-69 Belcher (As Promised)

Born a furniture warehouse, 67-69 Belcher was destined to be demolished and redeveloped (into condos) in the early 1980’s. Instead, artist Spaulding Taylor and partner acquired the Duboce Triangle property converting half into a one of kind residence designed by architect Ira Kurlander and Johnathan Straley (67 Belcher), and... Read More »

Coming Soon: Another One Of A Kind Property In San Francisco

Coming Soon: Another One Of A Kind Property In San Francisco

It’s another one of a kind property in San Francisco that the minority will be able to afford, but the majority might enjoy perusing (for one reason or another). And yes, it officially hits the market later this week. The full SocketSite scoop and overview on 67-69 Belcher this... Read More »