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Eagle Plaza Development Delayed

Eagle Plaza Development Delayed

Originally expected to break ground by the end of the year, the building permit for the 136-unit development approved to rise at 1532 Harrison Street, across from the Eagle and adjacent to the proposed 200 unit micro-unit project to rise up to eight stories in height at 333 12th... Read More »

SoMa Lot Across From The Eagle Acquired For Development

SoMa Lot Across From The Eagle Acquired For Development

The half-acre parking lot at 1532 Harrison Street which fronts Norfolk, Harrison and 12th Streets has been acquired by developer Build Inc. with plans to build around 120 rental units on the site. The parcel which sits across the street from the Eagle Tavern is zoned for a building... Read More »

An Institution For Sure, But A Landmark As Well?

An Institution For Sure, But A Landmark As Well?

About to be considered by San Francisco’s Historic Preservation Commission, whether or not to initiate Landmark Designation proceedings for the Eagle Tavern at 398 12th Street.  And no, it’s not the owner of the property that’s leading the charge. ∙ As Eagle-Eyed Readers Know (And Stanley Saitowitz Rendered) Read More »

As Eagle-Eyed Readers Know (And Stanley Saitowitz Rendered)

As Eagle-Eyed Readers Know (And Stanley Saitowitz Rendered)

As plugged-in and eagle-eyed people know, renderings for “1600 Harrison” have sat perched in the Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects portfolio for a couple of years, a site otherwise known as 398 12th Street. And yes, that’s the address of The Eagle. And while The Eagle is rumored to... Read More »