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Bad News for Hemlock as Plans for Development Move Forward

Bad News for Hemlock as Plans for Development Move Forward

Plans to level the three-story building which stretches from Hemlock to Sutter, on the west side of Polk Street, and develop a six-story building with 54 apartments averaging around 500 square feet apiece over three ground floor retail spaces and a basement garage for 26 cars are moving ahead.... Read More »

Designs for Building up on Broadway

Designs for Building up on Broadway

Plans to expand and add four stories to the existing two-story ‘Urban Pioneer’ building at 1452 Broadway are slated to be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission next week. And as proposed, the building would be converted from commercial to residential use and become seven new condos, a mix... Read More »

Proposed Tenderloin Development Reviewed

Proposed Tenderloin Development Reviewed

The City’s preliminary review of a proposed six-story addition to the former Swift Auto Tech garage site at 135 Hyde Street, and the conversion of the Tenderloin building into 51 efficiency apartments over a ground floor commercial space and underground garage for 21 cars (and 52 bikes), has just... Read More »

Polk Street Rising, Hemlock Could Be Razed

Polk Street Rising, Hemlock Could Be Razed

Speaking of Polk Street, the three-story building which stretches from Hemlock to Sutter on the west side of Polk and is currently home to Hemlock Tavern and Café Zitouna, along with a couple of other businesses, is in contract to be sold to the Dolmen Property Group, with exploratory... Read More »

Hibernia Bank Renovation Is Rolling, Will It Be Rocking As Well?

Hibernia Bank Renovation Is Rolling, Will It Be Rocking As Well?

The permits to renovate and restore the iconic Hibernia Bank building at 1 Jones Street have been issued and the scaffolding is finally starting to rise.  And a new Mid-Market “club” could be on the way. The planned exterior work to the building includes the enlargement of three window... Read More »

Hibernia Bank Buyer Unmasked (The Dolmen Property Group)

Hibernia Bank Buyer Unmasked (The Dolmen Property Group)

The buyers of San Francisco’s long vacant Hibernia Bank have been unmasked, and J.K. Dineen has the scoop: it’s the Dolmen Property Group (think 2345 Harrison and Citrino). “Dolmen Property Group Managing Director Seamus Naughten said the $3.9 million investment is a long-term hold and that the plans for... Read More »