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Site of Project Blocked by Supes to Be Sold Rather Than Developed

Site of Project Blocked by Supes to Be Sold Rather Than Developed

With the approved plans for a 6-story, 30-room hotel to rise upon the vacant Lower Nob Hill parcel at 824 Hyde Street having been overturned by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors last week, the owners of the parcel have just put the site back on the market rather than... Read More »

Supervisors Overturn Approval of Lower Nob Hill Hotel

Supervisors Overturn Approval of Lower Nob Hill Hotel

While approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission last month, San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors has sided with a public appeal of the project and unanimously voted to overturn the required conditional use authorization for the proposed 6-story, 30-room hotel to rise over 50 feet in height upon the vacant... Read More »

From Apartments to Hotel Rooms in the Tendernob as Proposed

From Apartments to Hotel Rooms in the Tendernob as Proposed

The approved plans for a 5-story building with 15 apartments to rise on the vacant lot at 824 Hyde Street, upon which the former 4-story Chatom Apartments building had stood prior to being destroyed by a fire back in 2010, have been abandoned. As we noted at the time... Read More »

Tendernob Rebuilding Rendered and Slated for Approval

Tendernob Rebuilding Rendered and Slated for Approval

The proposed five-story Tendernob building to rise up to 57-feet in height at 824 Hyde Street, with fifteen (15) apartments ranging in size from 440 to 605 square feet apiece, has been newly rendered and is slated to be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this afternoon. A fire... Read More »

Rebuilding in the Tendernob

Rebuilding in the Tendernob

Five years ago a fire ripped through the four-story Chatom Apartments building that had stood at 824 Hyde Street since 1915 and the damaged eight-unit structure was subsequently razed. Four months ago the vacant Tendernob parcel sold for $1.8 million. And if approved in January, a five-story building with... Read More »