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Packing ‘Em In At 100 Van Ness, Even More Apartments Proposed

The Emerald Fund is seeking permission to add another 18 apartments to the 399 under construction at 100 Van Ness Avenue, within the old AAA building which has been re-skinned. If approved, the envelope of the building at 100 Van Ness wouldn’t be expanded, but rather the development’s planned... Read More »

Ready To Break Ground At 101 Polk Street For 162 Apartments To Rise

Ready To Break Ground At 101 Polk Street For 162 Apartments To Rise

The Emerald Fund has secured financing to dig up the 58-space parking lot on the northwest corner of Polk and Hayes Streets and construct a 13-story building with 162 rental units over a subterranean garage for 51 cars and 62 bikes on the site. Designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz,... Read More »

Designs For Developing Half A City Block Along Hayes

Designs For Developing Half A City Block Along Hayes

As we first reported last week, the Emerald Fund is quietly working on plans to raze the 108-foot building at 150 Van Ness Avenue and build a half-block building rising 12 stories on the site, and we now have the renderings for the development that’s being proposed. Once again,... Read More »

Big Plans For 12 Stories And Over 400 New Apartments On Hayes

Big Plans For 12 Stories And Over 400 New Apartments On Hayes

With the re-skinning and conversion of 100 Van Ness Avenue from an office building to 400 apartments underway, the Emerald Fund has quietly submitted plans to raze the adjacent 108-foot building at 150 Van Ness and build a new 12-story, 120-foot tall building stretching all the way from Van... Read More »

The Renovation Of 100 Van Ness And 400 New Rentals Are Underway

The Renovation Of 100 Van Ness And 400 New Rentals Are Underway

With demo work on the interior and exterior of 100 Van Ness Avenue underway, the Emerald Fund has filed a request to reduce the percentage of below market rate units in the building from 15 percent to 12 percent, a change which was principally approved by voters in San... Read More »