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Plans for Embattled Lombard Street Site Closer to Reality

Plans for Embattled Lombard Street Site Closer to Reality

In the works since 2014, as we first reported at the time, the public hearing for the proposed four-story development to rise across the former Blockbuster parcel at 2444 Lombard Street, which is currently occupied by Wolf & Lion, will be held in three weeks time. While the original... Read More »

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 »

Revised Plans for Embattled Lombard Street Site

Revised Plans for Embattled Lombard Street Site

The formal application for a four-story building with 53 condos over a ground-floor retail space and garage for 53 cars to rise across the former Blockbuster parcel at 2444 Lombard Street in the Marina, which is currently occupied by Wolf & Lion, has been submitted to the City and is... Read More »

Plans For Condos To Rise On Embattled Lombard Street Site

Plans For Condos To Rise On Embattled Lombard Street Site

When Pet Food Express lost their battle to occupy the former Blockbuster space on Lombard Street, a non-chain pet store (Wolf & Lion) was granted a lease, but it’s likely not for long.  For behind the scenes, plans to level the site and construct a four-story building with 53 condos... Read More »

A Flip-Flop For Pet Food Express And Formula Retail In SF?

A Flip-Flop For Pet Food Express And Formula Retail In SF?

Due to “public opposition based on the competitive advantage of Formula Retail,” San Francisco’s Planning Commission voted 5 to 2 to deny Pet Food Express’ application to renovate and occupy the former Blockbuster Video store on Lombard at Divisadero in 2009. The site has sat vacant since. With a... Read More »