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Ambitious Franklin Street Infill Project Newly Rendered

Ambitious Franklin Street Infill Project Newly Rendered

Assuming plans to relocate and redevelop the historic ‘Englander House’ at 807 Franklin Street are approved, a new 8-story infill building with 48 residential units over a garage for 17 stacked cars and 80 bikes could then rise up to 80 feet in height upon the Italianate’s current 10,300... Read More »

Ambitious Plans to Move This Historic Victorian Half a Mile Away

Ambitious Plans to Move This Historic Victorian Half a Mile Away

As we first reported a little earlier today, plans to redevelop the Bryant Mortuary at 635 Fulton Street are in the works, plans which include moving the mortuary to the eastern edge of its Hayes Valley site in order to make way for the historic Victorian at 807 Franklin... Read More »

That Rundown Italianate You’ve Been Wondering About: The Plans

That Rundown Italianate You’ve Been Wondering About: The Plans

If you have ever crossed San Francisco on Franklin Street, we’d be willing to bet you’ve noticed the rundown Italianate at 807 Franklin, on the west side of the street just after Turk. Built for the Englander family in 1880, the home’s carriage house burned to the ground in... Read More »

That Rundown Italianate And Lot You’ve Been Wondering About

That Rundown Italianate And Lot You’ve Been Wondering About

If you’ve ever wondered about that rundown Italianate at 807 Franklin Street, or looked longingly at the undeveloped portion of its 75 foot wide lot, you’ll want to take note. With the owner having filed for bankruptcy, 807 Franklin has hit the market listed for $2,200,000. And while the... Read More »