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Hayes Valley Infill Building Has Been Officially Approved

Hayes Valley Infill Building Has Been Officially Approved

As we revealed back in July, the refined plans for a seven-story building to rise up to 85 feet in height upon the Bruce’s Automotive building site at 159 Fell Street, adjacent to the Rickshaw Stop at 155 Fell, had qualified for a streamlined environmental review and both demolition... Read More »

Super Skinny Hayes Valley Development Fully Permitted!  But…

Super Skinny Hayes Valley Development Fully Permitted! But…

As we outlined back in the fourth quarter of 2016: Having been approved for a pair of super skinny buildings to rise up to five stories across the Hayes Valley site, the two former Central Freeway Parcels M and N (a.k.a. 300 and 350 Octavia Street) are now on... Read More »

Hayes Valley Infill Closer to Reality

Hayes Valley Infill Closer to Reality

As we revealed back in 2019: Having paid $900,000 for the Bruce’s Automotive building at 159 Fell Street back in 2012, the French American International School placed the former garage back on the market earlier this year with a $3.6 million price tag. As we noted at the time,... Read More »

Hayes Valley Trader Joe’s Closer to Reality

Hayes Valley Trader Joe’s Closer to Reality

Following a major false start by Portland-based New Seasons Market, which was aiming to open in 2018, Trader Joe’s has now formally submitted their application to build-out and operate the roughly 17,000-square-foot ground floor grocery store space at 555 Fulton Street in Hayes Valley. If approved by the City,... Read More »

Rivian Has Set Its Sights on Hayes Valley

Rivian Has Set Its Sights on Hayes Valley

Plans to empty and renovate the two brick-fronted garage buildings at 340 and 362 Fell Street, which are currently home to California Detailing, Fell Street Auto Service and Domport Auto Body, are in the works. And as envisioned, Rivian Automotive, the makers of an all-electric pickup truck (which is... Read More »

Apples-to-Apples in the Heart of Hayes Valley

Apples-to-Apples in the Heart of Hayes Valley

Billed as the “ultimate urban oasis for the savvy buyer,” the top floor, two-bedroom, two-bath unit #502 at 300 Ivy Street, a LEED Platinum development in the heart of “trendy Hayes Valley,” sold for $1.315 million in September of 2015. In addition to a “bright and open living area,... Read More »

Apples-to-Apples for Another Efficient Two-Bedroom

Apples-to-Apples for Another Efficient Two-Bedroom

The 714-square-foot, two-bedroom unit #411 was the last unit to sell in the Hayes Valley development at 388 Fulton Street back in 2016.  And while originally priced by the sales office at $962,000, which was in-line with the pricing for the other 68 units in the building which sold,... Read More »

Apples-to-Apples for an Efficient Hayes Valley Two-Bedroom

Apples-to-Apples for an Efficient Hayes Valley Two-Bedroom

Purchased for $1,069,433 four years ago in September of 2016, the top-floor, two-bedroom corner unit #605 at 388 Fulton Street hit the market in Hayes Valley listed for $998,000 this past July. The efficient 720-square-foot unit features westerly views, with an open galley kitchen, modern finishes and access to... Read More »

Supersized Hayes Valley Project Redesigned, Closer to Reality

Supersized Hayes Valley Project Redesigned, Closer to Reality

As we first reported early last year: The little four-unit building at 630 Octavia Street and its adjacent parcel, which is currently used as a parking lot, recently traded hands for what would appear to be a total contract price of $4.6 million. A few years ago, plans to... Read More »

Slew of Subpoenas Served to Developer, Expediter, et al.

Slew of Subpoenas Served to Developer, Expediter, et al.

As part of the widening probe and criminal investigation into San Francisco’s former Director of Public Works, Mohammed Nuru, the City Attorney’s Office has just issued 14 subpoenas related to the (waylaid) Hayes Valley development at 555 Fulton Street. Six (6) of the subpoenas were issued to companies linked... Read More »