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Mission Coalition Aims To Ice South Van Ness Development

Mission Coalition Aims To Ice South Van Ness Development

Scheduled for last month but waylaid when outdated information was posted in the required project notification at the building site, the public hearing for the proposed five-story development to rise on the southwest corner of South Van Ness and 17th Street, with 27 apartments over three retail spaces and... Read More »

Less Height, More Affordable Housing For Giants’ Project Proposed

Less Height, More Affordable Housing For Giants’ Project Proposed

The San Francisco Giants have reduced the building heights and increased the percentage of affordable housing units for the proposed 28-acre Mission Rock development to rise on the Giants’ current parking Lot A. The revised plan still includes around 1,500 apartments, but 33 percent of the rentals are now... Read More »

Mission Bay Block 7 Update: Timeline And Occupants

Mission Bay Block 7 Update: Timeline And Occupants

The timeline for the groundbreaking of the 200-unit apartment building to rise on the western portion of Mission Bay Block 7, fronting Fourth Street between China Basin and Mission Bay Boulevard North, has slipped by about a month from April to May, but the development remains on-track to be... Read More »

Developer Cuts 99 Units From Transbay Tower Citing Market Demand

Developer Cuts 99 Units From Transbay Tower Citing Market Demand

Related California’s winning bid to build a 56-story tower designed by architect Rem Koolhaas and the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) at the corner of Folsom and First, along with a Fougeron Architecture designed mid-rise along Folsom and Fremont, included a total of 653 residences, of which 177 were to... Read More »

Mission Bay Housing For Homeless Vets And Low-Income Families

Mission Bay Housing For Homeless Vets And Low-Income Families

A request for proposals to build and manage up to 101 apartments for formerly homeless veterans and low-income families on the eastern half of Mission Bay Block 3, which fronts Third Street between Mission Rock and Long Bridge, is slated to be released in two days (April 23). As... Read More »

Affordable Housing Battle Line Drawn: Low Income Vs. Middle Class

Affordable Housing Battle Line Drawn: Low Income Vs. Middle Class

The City of San Francisco is moving forward with plans to build over 100 units of affordable housing at the base of Telegraph Hill, on the underdeveloped half-block parcel fronting Front Street between Broadway and Vallejo which is currently a parking lot for 225 cars. As we first reported... Read More »

New Home For Noriega Produce And Condos Proposed

New Home For Noriega Produce And Condos Proposed

Plans to raze Pete’s Union 76 Service station on the southwest corner of Noriega and 44th Avenue have been drawn.  And as proposed, a four-story building with 14 condos over 14 residential parking spaces and a 9,600-square-foot grocery store will rise on the Outer Sunset site. If approved, then... Read More »

Planning for Development of Last Big Hayes Valley Parcel Underway

Planning for Development of Last Big Hayes Valley Parcel Underway

With the construction of Avalon’s Hayes Valley development nearing completion and renting from $3,200 for a studio, and up to $6,700 for a two-bedroom, on the former Central Freeway Parcel P along Oak, between Octavia and Laguna, Mercy Housing has filed plans to build 112 units of low-income housing... Read More »

Community Meeting Ruckus Over Mission Development

Community Meeting Ruckus Over Mission Development

Last night’s community meeting in the Mission, intended to sway the opposition to the development of a 331-unit building at the corner of 16th and Mission, devolved into a shouting match (or a “lively discussion,” depending upon one’s point of view and spin). While Maximus Real Estate Partners has doubled the... Read More »

Developer Of Contentious Mission Project Doubling Down On BMRs

Developer Of Contentious Mission Project Doubling Down On BMRs

Fighting against a rising tide of neighborhood opposition, the developer of the proposed 331-unit building to rise up to ten stories on the northeast corner of Mission and 16th Streets, at the entrance to the 16th Street BART Station, is doubling the number of below market rate (BMR) units... Read More »