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No Red Flags for Eros Redevelopment, Recommendations Yes

No Red Flags for Eros Redevelopment, Recommendations Yes

As we revealed earlier this year: Plans to raze the recently shuttered Eros bathhouse building at 2051 Market Street, which was sold for $3.6 million in September of 2020, are in the works. And if entitled, a 7-story residential building could rise up to 85 feet in height upon... Read More »

Plans for Building Up in The Castro

Plans for Building Up in The Castro

Marketed as “a classic big-roomed Victorian with high ceilings plenty of original details, like crown moldings, built-ins, fireplaces, delightful floors,” with “an immense 2 bedroom in-law unit” on its lower level, the kitchen of which was tagged for having been illegally added and was in need... Read More »

Plans for Condos to Rise on Iconic Bathhouse Site

Plans for Condos to Rise on Iconic Bathhouse Site

Plans to raze the recently shuttered Eros bathhouse building at 2051 Market Street, which was sold for $3.6 million in September of 2020, are in the works. And if entitled, a 7-story residential building could rise up to 85 feet in height upon the Market Street site. As designed... Read More »

Iconic Castro Building Back on the Market

Iconic Castro Building Back on the Market

With plans to convert the prominent Bank of America/Italy building on the southwest corner of Castro and Market into a “Randy Rooster” burlesque club having fallen through back in 2013, at which point the building was in contract to be sold to the backers of the club for $7.7... Read More »

Bigger Church Street Project Even Closer to Reality

Bigger Church Street Project Even Closer to Reality

As we outlined last year, while plans to raze the former Sparky’s, and current Thorough Bread and Pastry, building and build up to six stories in height upon the 240-250 Church Street site had yet to be approved, they were working their way through Planning. Since then, an extra... Read More »

Another Infill Project Slated for Approval, Despite Objections

Another Infill Project Slated for Approval, Despite Objections

Speaking of infill projects, the plans for a proposed six-story, 60-foot-tall building to rise on 18th Street, between Church and Sanchez, could be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this afternoon, as newly rendered by SIA Consulting (yes, that SIA Consulting) below. As we revealed last year: Purchased for... Read More »

The Memorial at Harvey Milk Plaza 2.0

The Memorial at Harvey Milk Plaza 2.0

Incorporating years of community feedback and thought, the preliminary design for an upgraded Harvey Milk Plaza and Memorial at the intersection of Castro and Market Streets have been rendered by SWA for the Friends of Harvey Milk Plaza (FHMP). The plan for the renewed plaza features four main elements... Read More »

Prominent Market and Castro Corner Back in Play, Again

Prominent Market and Castro Corner Back in Play, Again

As we outlined back in 2017: While approved for the construction of a six-story building, with 24 residential units over 3,000 square feet of ground floor retail space and a 14-car garage back in 2013, a legal battle over the ownership and control of the prominent RC gas station... Read More »

An Upgraded Archetype Edwardian, Circa 2007 to Today

An Upgraded Archetype Edwardian, Circa 2007 to Today

Purchased for $1.6 million in 2007, the interior of the “archetype Edwardian” at 4334 19th Street was remodeled, a garage was added and the 2,248-square-foot home subsequently traded for $2.7 million in September of 2015. The home’s kitchen has since been upgraded a bit more, with new Calacatta marble... Read More »

Former Drug Den Redeveloped, Fetches $4.8 Million

Former Drug Den Redeveloped, Fetches $4.8 Million

As we outlined back in 2017: Purchased for $440,000 in 1995, the Castro District duplex at 517-519 Sanchez Street has been raided numerous times over the past seven years, resulting in the seizure of large quantities of crystal meth, heroin, ketamine, cocaine and cash. Two years ago the City... Read More »