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Major NoPa Redevelopment Slated for Approval

Major NoPa Redevelopment Slated for Approval

In the works since mid-2015, plans to level the Divisadero Touchless Carwash and Roy’s Shell station on the corner of Divisadero and Oak and develop a six-story building upon the 41,000-square-foot site could be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission next week. In addition to leveling the corner Shell... Read More »

Major NoPa Development Redesigned, Plans Formalized

Major NoPa Development Redesigned, Plans Formalized

Plans to demolish the Divisadero Touchless Carwash and Roy’s Shell station on the northeast corner of Divisadero and Oak and construct a six-story development with 177 apartments over 8,000 square feet of retail space and a stacked garage for 75 cars have been redesigned by WDG Architecture (versus SCB)... Read More »

Designs and Details for NoPa Theater’s Redevelopment

Designs and Details for NoPa Theater’s Redevelopment

As we first reported last week, plans to redevelop the long-shuttered Harding Theater at 616 Divisadero Street have been revived and could be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission next week. In addition to a redevelopment of the theater building as an arcade and bar dubbed “Emporium SF,” with... Read More »

Plans For Long-Shuttered NoPa Theater Revived (UPDATED)

Plans For Long-Shuttered NoPa Theater Revived (UPDATED)

Abandoned back in 2008 following years of battling with Planning and preservationists, plans to rehabilitate the long-shuttered Harding Theater at 616 Divisadero Street as an arcade and bar dubbed “The Emporium,” with new retail in the storefronts fronting Divisadero as well, have been revived and could be approved by... Read More »

NoPa Development Pushback

NoPa Development Pushback

With a growing number of proposed developments along lower Divisadero in the works, including plans for a 152-unit building to rise across the Divisadero Car Wash site and a 60-unit building at Divisadero and Grove, a petition demanding that developers be required to nearly triple the minimum number of... Read More »

Is NOPA Ready For The Harding’s Re-Development And Density?

Is NOPA Ready For The Harding’s Re-Development And Density?

Following years of battling with the Planning Board and preservationists, plans to gut the long shuttered Harding Theater at 616 Divisadero Street and build a mixed-use development with retail behind a restored façade and an eight-unit condo complex behind the theater were abandoned four years ago. Put on the... Read More »

Mojo Parklet Opens Up, Divsiadero Street Improvements “Unveiled”

Mojo Parklet Opens Up, Divsiadero Street Improvements “Unveiled”

As the sun comes up, the police barricades around Mojo Café’s parklet are down. And in about an hour, Mayor Newsom will officially “unveil” the parklet, street improvements, and new median strip green along lower Divisadero. We give both initiatives two enthusiastic thumbs up. Perhaps even two snaps up... Read More »

Harding Theater (616 Divisadero): Developer Throwing In The Towel?

Harding Theater (616 Divisadero): Developer Throwing In The Towel?

Last week a plugged-in tipster noted for sale signs had been hung, and this weekend 616 Divisadero (a.k.a. the Harding Theater) hit the MLS listed for $4 million. In the words of another tipster, “After years of paying debt service and battling with the planning board, the developers of the... Read More »

Harding Theater Development Positive Review Panned On Appeal

Harding Theater Development Positive Review Panned On Appeal

From the San Francisco Examiner: A plan that would have largely gutted the historic Harding Theater and replaced it with retail stores and condos faces a setback after officials sided with dozens of people who asked for a more extensive review process. The 75-year-old theater has been vacant for... Read More »