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Modern Mid-Market Development Redesigned, Slated for Approval

Modern Mid-Market Development Redesigned, Slated for Approval

While the prow and Market Street facade of the proposed 12-story development to rise on half the Mid-Market block bound by Market, Turk and Taylor, have been slightly refined (primarily at the base), the 950 Market Street project’s Turk and Taylor Street look has been completely redesigned by Handel... Read More »

A Big Hearing for that Downsized Mid-Market Development

A Big Hearing for that Downsized Mid-Market Development

Having been appealed on both historic and contemporary grounds, the Planning Commission hearing to determine if the modern 12-story development designed to rise at 950 Market Street – covering half the triangular Mid-Market block bound by Market, Turk and Taylor while leaving The Warfield and Crazy Horse Theater buildings... Read More »

SF’s LGBTQ History Could Hinder Mid-Market Development

SF’s LGBTQ History Could Hinder Mid-Market Development

From the recently completed Citywide Historic Context Statement for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) History in San Francisco, which was funded by a grant from the City’s Historic Preservation Fund: “When the RedLight Abatement Act shut down the city’s brothels in 1914 and forced the sex trade... Read More »

Downsized Mid-Market Development Closer to Reality

Downsized Mid-Market Development Closer to Reality

With new plans in hand for a downsized development which will cover half the triangular Mid-Market block bound by Market, Turk and Taylor, while leaving The Warfield and Crazy Horse Theater buildings in place, Group I’s proposal for a 12-story building to rise at 950 Market Street is closer... Read More »

Downsized Mid-Market Development Completely Redesigned

Downsized Mid-Market Development Completely Redesigned

Last year it came to light that Group I’s plans for a modern Mid-Market hotel, residential and retail complex to rise up to 200-feet in height at Market and Turk, as rendered above, had been downsized by 80 feet and that the development’s proposed 75,000-square-foot Center for Arts & Education... Read More »