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Concourse Hall Redevelopment Could Finally Kickoff In 2013

Concourse Hall Redevelopment Could Finally Kickoff In 2013

Plans for over 800 new housing units to be built at 801 Brannan (the current site of the Concourse Exhibition Hall) and One Henry Adams are up for approval by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this afternoon. As we first reported about the project back in 2010: The proposed development... Read More »

Preliminary Designs For 801 Brannan On The Boards

Preliminary Designs For 801 Brannan On The Boards

Representing a little over half the 824 housing units proposed to rise across the full project area, and as has long been massed, David Baker + Partners has posted their preliminary design work for 801 Brannan which includes a “SFMade local-food marketplace,” multiple green spaces and a redwood grove.... Read More »

Don’t Stop Conceiving (And Architect’s Quote)

Don’t Stop Conceiving (And Architect’s Quote)

In the words of the architect, David Baker, with respect to the Bi-Rite rendered in the designs for Mission Bay Block 7 West: Unfortunately the Bi-Rite logo was only an “artist’s conception”. Every neighborhood deserves a Bi-Rite, the best grocery store in the world (my opinion). And a Bi-Rite... Read More »

Mission Bay Block 7 West Rendered With A Bi-Rite In Mind

Mission Bay Block 7 West Rendered With A Bi-Rite In Mind

Perhaps it’s simply wishful thinking, but as a plugged-in reader notes, the designs for the affordable mixed-use rental building to rise on Mission Bay Block 7 along Fourth Street between China Basin and Mission Bay Boulevard North were rendered with a Bi-Rite in mind. The development brings 200 residences... Read More »

Revised Plans For Daggett Place (AKA 1000 16th St.) Up For Approval

Revised Plans For Daggett Place (AKA 1000 16th St.) Up For Approval

Plans for 468 new residential units, 14,625 square feet of retail including two restaurants, and 7,000 square feet for production, distribution and repair (PDR) to rise on the two vacant lots bordered by Hubbell, 7th, and 16th Streets are up for approval next Thursday. Located on a triangular site... Read More »

David Baker’s Daggett Place Destiny To Be (Partially) Decided Today

David Baker’s Daggett Place Destiny To Be (Partially) Decided Today

The David Baker + Partners designed Daggett Place development proposed for the triangle bordered by Hubbell, 7th, and 16th Streets in San Francisco finds itself in front of the Planning Commission today to (hopefully) finalize its environmental impact report (EIR). Three buildings with residential units atop retail and light... Read More »

The (Re)Development And Design Of 1198 Fillmore And 1345 Turk

The (Re)Development And Design Of 1198 Fillmore And 1345 Turk

While the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency is seeking RFP’s from developers interested in restoring and re-purposing the long vacant two-story brick Muni Substation at the southeast corner of Turk and Fillmore (1198 Fillmore to be exact and the big pink rectangle above), it’s actually the new David Baker +... Read More »

The Live/Work Lofts of 355 Bryant

The Live/Work Lofts of 355 Bryant

We really weren’t kidding about our love for 355 Bryant. It’s one of the true loft conversion buildings in San Francisco, and for the most part, it’s beautifully done. Granted, it’s not the right building for everyone, but if you like New York style lofts with open floor plans,... Read More »