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Ironic Or Not: Designs For Condos Cater-Corner To Protest Site

Ironic Or Not: Designs For Condos Cater-Corner To Protest Site

Plans to raze the existing Unocal 76 Station on the northwest corner of Valencia and 24th Streets and construct a six-story condo building on the parcel have been drafted by Ian Birchall and Associates and submitted to Planning for their consideration and comments. Zoned for development up to 55... Read More »

Unreal Expectations For Castro Street Corner Of Condos

Unreal Expectations For Castro Street Corner Of Condos

With approved designs for 24 condos to be built at 376 Castro Street now in hand, the owner of the gas station site is trying to sell the parcel for $12,000,000, not including the cost of construction, a whopping $500,000 per door (industry speak for potential unit). Keep in... Read More »

From Fill ‘Er Up To Build ‘Em Up On Ocean Avenue: 1490 Rendered

From Fill ‘Er Up To Build ‘Em Up On Ocean Avenue: 1490 Rendered

As plugged-in people have known was in the works since 2011, the plan to raze the gas station at 1490 Ocean Avenue and build a four-story building with 15 condos over ground-floor retail and 15 parking spaces has been making its way through Planning. This afternoon, the project is... Read More »

The Refined Designs For A Prime Market And Castro Street Corner

The Refined Designs For A Prime Market And Castro Street Corner

As a condition of approval last year, the developers of the six-story building to rise at 376 Castro and Market Street agreed to work with the Planning Department to modernize and refine the building’s design, and refined the design has been. The Planning Deparment’s overview of the new design,... Read More »

Portola Development Along San Bruno Avenue Slated for Approval

Portola Development Along San Bruno Avenue Slated for Approval

As we first reported with respect to the vacant Portola parcel at 2895 San Bruno Avenue earlier this year: The site of a former gas station that was demolished in 2009 and has sat vacant, unpaved and fenced in by a chain-link fence since, the 11,250 square foot lot... Read More »

Resurrected Plans For The Corner Of 19th And South Van Ness Ave

Resurrected Plans For The Corner Of 19th And South Van Ness Ave

The gas station at the corner of 19th Street and South Van Ness Avenue stopped pumping gas at the end of 2004. An application to build five-story mixed use building upon the site was filed in 2005. And in early 2008, the construction of a 50-foot tall building with... Read More »

Valencia Street Development Scoop: Five Stories At Corner Of 23rd

Valencia Street Development Scoop: Five Stories At Corner Of 23rd

JS Sullivan, the developer of 299 Valencia Street, is quietly testing the waters over Planning to raze the shuttered gas station on 23rd Street between Valencia and San Jose Avenue and construct a five-story building with 42 dwelling units over ground floor retail and 31 off-street parking spaces on... Read More »

376 Castro Rendered, Re-Cladded And Ready For Commission Vote

376 Castro Rendered, Re-Cladded And Ready For Commission Vote

While not reflected in the rendering above, we believe the latest design for the proposed 65-foot building to rise at the corner of Castro and Market now calls for the building to be clad in a “more modernist” lattice of terra cotta tiles: As plugged-in people know, 376 Castro... Read More »

Fill ‘Er Up In Portola Along San Bruno Avenue

Fill ‘Er Up In Portola Along San Bruno Avenue

The site of a former gas station that was demolished in 2009 and has sat vacant, unpaved and fenced in by a chain-link fence since, the 11,250 square foot lot on the northeast corner of San Bruno Avenue and Woolsey Street in Portola will be subdivided into five lots... Read More »

From Fill ‘Er Up To Build ‘Em Up At Ocean And Miramar As Proposed

From Fill ‘Er Up To Build ‘Em Up At Ocean And Miramar As Proposed

As proposed and making its was through Planning, the gas station at 1490 Ocean Avenue and Miramar Avenue will be razed and on the site a four-story building with 15 residential units over 4,410 square feet of ground-floor retail and 15 parking spaces will rise. Read More »