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Bonus-Sized Bayview Development(s) on the Boards

Bonus-Sized Bayview Development(s) on the Boards

Acquired for $3 million by way of a forced sale last year, plans for a seven-level, 100-unit apartment building to rise up to 65 feet in height across the six Bayview lots at 5222-5250 Third Street, adjacent to another proposed infill development, have since been drawn. As designed by... Read More »

New Bayview/Dogpatch Lab Development on the Boards

New Bayview/Dogpatch Lab Development on the Boards

Purchased for $34 million early 2019, plans to raze the warehouse buildings on the two Bayview blocks at 3150 and 3240 3rd Street, between Cesar Chavez and Islais Creek, on the southern border of Dogpatch, are in the works. And as newly massed below by Workshop1, plans for a... Read More »

Seeking Forgiveness for an Illegal Grow House Conversion

Seeking Forgiveness for an Illegal Grow House Conversion

Illegally converted into a cannabis grow house early last year, with unpermitted electrical work and construction, a formal request “to convert” the former Bay Area Ironworks Suppliers building at 1440 Egbert Avenue, across from Laughing Monk Brewing in Bayview, into a “cannabis cultivation and packaging facility” have been drafted... Read More »

Officially 20 Percent “Over Asking!” in the Bayview

Officially 20 Percent “Over Asking!” in the Bayview

Renovated in 2017, incorporating original detailing while opening up the main floor, “to accommodate today’s living needs,” the 2,112-square-foot, four-bedroom Bayview home with a garage at 1343 Palou Avenue was listed for $1,359,000 last March. When an acceptable over-asking offer failed to materialize, the list price for the home... Read More »

Remodeled Bayview Home Fetches…

Remodeled Bayview Home Fetches…

As we highlighted in the third quarter of 2019: Purchased for $950,000 in February of 2018, the 1,700-square-foot, four-bedroom Bayview Heights home at 1119 Hollister Avenue was subsequently taken “down to the studs” and subfloors. A structural wall was removed to open up the floor plan, a third bathroom... Read More »

Déjà Vu in the Heart of Bayview

Déjà Vu in the Heart of Bayview

The now four-bedroom Bayview home at 1683 Newcomb Avenue, which was taken down to the studs, updated and expanded to yield 2,908 square feet of finished space back in 2017, sold for $1.45 million, or roughly $500 per square foot, that June. Having returned to the market priced at... Read More »

Remodeled Bayview Home Returns (Sans That $8K Stove)

Remodeled Bayview Home Returns (Sans That $8K Stove)

As we highlighted in the third quarter of last year: Purchased for $950,000 in February of , the 1,700-square-foot, four-bedroom Bayview Heights home at 1119 Hollister Avenue was subsequently taken “down to the studs” and subfloors. A structural wall was removed to open up the floor plan, a third... Read More »

A Two-Bedroom in One of the Hottest Neighborhoods Returns

A Two-Bedroom in One of the Hottest Neighborhoods Returns

Purchased for a million dollars, or roughly $698 per square foot, back in April 2015, the “beautiful new construction residence” unit #6 at 4132 3rd Street, “in one of the hottest neighborhoods in San Francisco,” returned to the market listed for just $1.075 million in February of 2017 and... Read More »

Big Bayview Project Permitted to Rise

Big Bayview Project Permitted to Rise

With the 1980s-era plan for the redevelopment of the Bayview Industrial Triangle having just expired, along with its restriction on residential development within said triangle, the approved plans for an 85-unit development to rise up to 65 feet in height along Third Street, between Innes and Jerrold Avenues in... Read More »

Third Street Corridor Site (Begrudgingly) in Play

Third Street Corridor Site (Begrudgingly) in Play

With plans for a modern five-story, 21-unit development to rise across the four Bayview parcels at 5210-5216 3rd Street, at the corner of 3rd and Thornton, having been drawn, the adjacent six parcels at 5222-5250 3rd Street are now (begrudgingly) in play as well. The six contiguous parcels are... Read More »