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The Plans for 48 BMR Condos to Rise above This Derelict Building

The Plans for 48 BMR Condos to Rise above This Derelict Building

The formal plans to add six stories and 48 below market rate (BMR) condos atop the dilapidated two-story commercial building on the southeast corner of Mission and 18th Streets have been drafted by Gelfand Partners Architects for the Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) which managed to acquire the Mission... Read More »

Affordable Housing for Families to Rise in Mission Bay

Affordable Housing for Families to Rise in Mission Bay

As designed by Paulett Taggart Architects and Studio Vara for Mercy Housing, the proposed development to rise up to 74 feet in height, not including its parapets, on the western half of Mission Bay South Block 6, along Merrimac Street, between China Basin and Mission Bay Boulevard North, will... Read More »

Record Pipeline of Projects in SF but Actual Building Slows Down

Record Pipeline of Projects in SF but Actual Building Slows Down

With the number of newly proposed units of housing to be built in San Francisco having outpaced the number of units that finished up construction in the fourth quarter of last year, the overall pipeline of apartments and condos under development in San Francisco has increased by 1,950 to... Read More »

Planning Recommends Rejection of Affordable Housing Appeal

Planning Recommends Rejection of Affordable Housing Appeal

As we first reported earlier this year: With the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development having formally determined that the proposed development of 178 affordable apartments to rise up to six stories in height across the half-block-plus parking lot parcel at 88 Broadway would not have a significant... Read More »

Timing and Cost for Affordable Studios to Rise in Mission Bay

Timing and Cost for Affordable Studios to Rise in Mission Bay

While the development rights for Mission Bay South Block 9 have been awarded to BRIDGE Housing and Community Housing Partnership (which will manage the proposed 141 studios for currently homeless and extremely low-income households (below 30 percent of the area median) to rise up to four stories in height... Read More »

Timing and New Details for Massive Balboa Reservoir Redevelopment

Timing and New Details for Massive Balboa Reservoir Redevelopment

According to a draft Fiscal Responsibility report for the massive Balboa Reservoir project, the projected $560 million development, a total which doesn’t include the price of the land or community benefits which have yet to be negotiated, could break ground “as early as 2021,” which is right in line... Read More »

Mayor Approves Acquisition of Controversial McDonald’s Site

Mayor Approves Acquisition of Controversial McDonald’s Site

The proposed purchase agreement for the City’s acquisition of the beleaguered McDonald’s at the corner of Stayan and Haight Streets, which includes the entirety of the restaurant’s parking lot which stretches to Waller Street, has been approved by the new Mayor of San Francisco, Mark Farrell. The effective purchase... Read More »

Beleaguered McDonald’s Expected to Be Leveled by July

Beleaguered McDonald’s Expected to Be Leveled by July

As part of the purchase agreement for the beleaguered McDonald’s at the corner of Stayan and Haight Streets, the City of San Francisco will have 60 days to demolish, raze and remove the existing building on the site, a task for which $200,000 has been budgeted. And with the... Read More »

Timing for New 55-Story Tower and Podiums on Transbay Block 8

Timing for New 55-Story Tower and Podiums on Transbay Block 8

Having broken ground at the end of 2016, the 55-story tower and two podium buildings rising along Folsom Street, on Transbay Block 8 between Fremont and First, are now expected to be ready for occupancy in the second quarter of 2019. As designed by Fougeron Architecture, the two podium... Read More »

Timing for Contentious Development at the Base of Telegraph Hill

Timing for Contentious Development at the Base of Telegraph Hill

With the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development having formally determined that the proposed development of 178 affordable apartments to rise up to six stories in height across the half-block-plus parking lot parcel at 88 Broadway would not have a significant effect on the environment, the development team... Read More »