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Listing in the Red at BLU

Listing in the Red at BLU

Listed as “an outstanding investment opportunity” back in August of 2017, unit #10C at 631 Folsom Street (a.k.a. BLU) – a “premium 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo with great light and an open floor plan…premium-grade finishes in the modern chef’s kitchen and…spa-like bathrooms,” as well as a deeded parking... Read More »

Holdout’s Days Appear to Be Numbered

Holdout’s Days Appear to Be Numbered

While the refined plans for the nearly blocked-sized Central SoMa development to rise up to 14-stories in height along Harrison Street, between 3rd and 4th Streets, were approved at the end of last year, as slated, said plans didn’t include the little mid-block parcel at 759 Harrison Street, upon... Read More »

Big Central SoMa Project Positioning to Break Ground Next Year

Big Central SoMa Project Positioning to Break Ground Next Year

The proposed mass redevelopment of 12 contiguous Central SoMa parcels stretching from 400 Second Street to 665 Harrison, a.k.a. the One Vassar project, has just qualified for a streamlined environmental review and could break ground as early as next year if approved, with two towers rising up to 350... Read More »

Refined Plans for Redevelopment of Historic Tres Site

Refined Plans for Redevelopment of Historic Tres Site

While Planning balked at the proposed approach for securing two separate office allocations for the redevelopment of the historic Central SoMa building at 130 Townsend Street, which is currently home to Tres SF, and the parking lot at 100 Stanford Street which occupies the remainder of the former Inglenook... Read More »

Key Central SoMa Development Refined, Slated for Approval

Key Central SoMa Development Refined, Slated for Approval

The refined plans for the newly dubbed “Harrison Gardens” development to rise on the Key Central SoMa Development Site at 725 Harrison Street, between 3rd and 4th, could be approved next week. As designed by HOK for Boston Properties, the 14-story development would rise up to 185-feet in height... Read More »

One of Two Folsom Street Projects Positioned to Break Ground

One of Two Folsom Street Projects Positioned to Break Ground

Speaking of previously approved projects that have yet to break ground, the entitlements for the 230-unit development to rise at 667 Folsom Street are slated to expire in two months time and building permits for the project have yet to be requested. With that in mind, Equity Residential is... Read More »

Hotel Plans Scrapped, Office Building(s) Now on the Boards

Hotel Plans Scrapped, Office Building(s) Now on the Boards

The plans for a 239-room hotel to rise up to 8 stories in height across the irregularly shaped Central SoMa parking lot parcel at 424 Brannan Street appear to have been abandoned. Instead, new plans for nearly 95,000 square feet of office space to rise up to 85 feet... Read More »

Partial Infill of Another SoMa Gas Station Site Slated for Approval

Partial Infill of Another SoMa Gas Station Site Slated for Approval

As we first reported back in 2016: With the lease for the Shell station on the corner of Fifth and Folsom expiring , plans for a slender eight-story building to rise on the western quarter of the 300 Fifth Street site, which is officially its own parcel,... Read More »

Novel Proposal for Tres Site Doesn’t Pass Muster

Novel Proposal for Tres Site Doesn’t Pass Muster

As we outlined back in July: While limited by its historic façade, which would be preserved as proposed, plans to redevelop the Central SoMa parcel at 130 Townsend Street, upon which the Inglenook Vineyard warehouse building turned Tres SF currently sits, have been drawn. As envisioned, a four-story “addition”... Read More »

Density Bonus Battle Lines Are Being Drawn

Density Bonus Battle Lines Are Being Drawn

As we first reported earlier this year: While plans for an eight-story hotel to rise up to 85 feet in height upon the eastern three-quarters of the Central SoMa Shell Station site on the southwest corner of Fifth and Folsom were in the works, those plans appear to have... Read More »