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New Housing, Retail and Offices on Haight as Proposed

New Housing, Retail and Offices on Haight as Proposed

Having been shuttered for nearly a decade, plans to finally raze the former Lee’s Meat and Popular Market building at 478-482 Haight Street, adjacent to the new Nickies, and construct a new four-story building across the Lower Haight Street site have been newly drawn and formally submitted to Planning... Read More »

Big Plans for the Burned-Out Big House Site

Big Plans for the Burned-Out Big House Site

Demolished following a five-alarm blaze back in 2014, plans to construct a five-story building with 16 condos over nearly 8,000 square feet of new retail space on the site of the former Big House store at 2632 Mission Street have been drafted by Gabriel Ng + Architects and submitted... Read More »

Third Street Rising Take Three: Now with More Parking as Proposed

Third Street Rising Take Three: Now with More Parking as Proposed

As we first reported last year, the plans for a six-story Bayview building to rise on the triangular 4101 Third Street parcel, between Hudson and Innes Avenues, had been downwardly revised in terms of the number of proposed residential units, from 54 to 46, eliminating all studios and increasing... Read More »

Bayview Rising, Take Two

Bayview Rising, Take Two

Plans to construct a four-story building with 12 residential units over a bit of commercial space upon the vacant 4101 Third Street lot, between Hudson and Innes Avenues, were abandoned in the last downturn. But over the past year, the property owner has been working with the City, Bayview... Read More »

Planning Code Could Derail Parkside Project

Planning Code Could Derail Parkside Project

Plans to raze the old Parkside Cleaners on the southwest corner of Taraval Street and 17th Avenue and construct a four-story building, with three 2,200-square-foot condos over 1,500 square feet of retail, are in the works. Standing in the way of the development: Section 145.1 of San Francisco’s Planning... Read More »