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A $700K Cut For A New “Hayes Valley” Home

A $700K Cut For A New “Hayes Valley” Home

On the market for $4,695,000 in May, the newly built home at 39 Lloyd Street was withdrawn from the MLS in July and has just returned, listed anew for $3,995,000. Designed by Studio San, the three-level home includes four legal bedrooms and four full baths, with parking for two... Read More »

Record-Breaking Prices In Hayes Valley, But An ‘Adjustment’ As Well

Record-Breaking Prices In Hayes Valley, But An ‘Adjustment’ As Well

With sales of the designer condos at 8 Octavia having kicked-off in July, around a third of the development’s 40 market rate units are now in contract, according to our sources. And according to the developer, record-breaking prices for the neighborhood of over $1,300 per square foot have been... Read More »

Auspicious Plans, But Were The Occupiers On To Something?

Auspicious Plans, But Were The Occupiers On To Something?

The Chinese American International School will soon begin renovating the two vacant buildings at 888 Turk and 930 Gough to create an auspiciously numbered “888 Campus” for their middle school students, assuming the school’s plans are approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission in two week. Owned by the Archdiocese... Read More »

Plans For “Living Smart” In 600 Square Foot Two-Bedrooms

Plans For “Living Smart” In 600 Square Foot Two-Bedrooms

While almost four times the size of the 34 “CoLiving” units proposed to rise on the parcel next door, the ten two-bedroom apartments proposed for former Central Freeway Parcel S average a little under 600 square feet each, including eight “Murphy Units.” From the winning proposal for the Hayes... Read More »

Plans For 174 Square-Foot Apartments, And The Price

Plans For 174 Square-Foot Apartments, And The Price

If approved, Build Inc.’s proposed “CoLiving” development to rise on a former Central Freeway parcel along Octavia Boulevard will consist of 34 residential suites averaging 174 square feet (273 square feet for the 6 handicap units) over four micro retail spaces along the street. Intended to be constructed off-site... Read More »

Micro-Units Headed For Hayes Valley, Gardens To Be Saved

Micro-Units Headed For Hayes Valley, Gardens To Be Saved

Having first revealed the plans for 26 modern condos and a beer hall concept to rise on former Central Freeway Parcel T along Octavia Boulevard, we now turn our attention to the plans for 56 rental units – including 34 micro-units – and 8 micro retail spaces to rise... Read More »

From Kebabs To Condos: Designs For Development At 580 Hayes

From Kebabs To Condos: Designs For Development At 580 Hayes

Plans to raze the current Hayes & Kebab building and parking lot at 580 Hayes Street and construct a five-story building with 29 market-rate condos over ground floor retail and a basement garage for 20 cars could be approved this week. As designed by Sternberg Benjamin Architects, the condos... Read More »

Winning Designs And Beer Hall Concept For Hayes Valley Parcel

Winning Designs And Beer Hall Concept For Hayes Valley Parcel

As we first reported earlier today, a familiar development team has been selected by the City to develop former Central Freeway Parcel T which fronts Octavia Boulevard between Page and Rose in Hayes Valley.  And we now have the full scoop, designs and details to share. As designed by... Read More »

Development Team Snags Former Freeway Parcel T In Hayes Valley

Development Team Snags Former Freeway Parcel T In Hayes Valley

Former Central Freeway Parcel T, the current 5,500 square foot parking lot which fronts Octavia Boulevard between Page and Rose, has been awarded to a development team. Zoned for development up to 50 feet in height, the City has selected Linden Partners, a joint venture of DDG and DM Development... Read More »

Hayes Valley Rising: From Kebabs To Condos As Proposed

Hayes Valley Rising: From Kebabs To Condos As Proposed

Plans to raze the current Hayes & Kebab building and parking lot at 580 Hayes Street were first approved in 2005, with designs for a five-story residential care facility for 90 seniors over 3,000 square feet of ground floor retail to rise on the corner parcel. The entitlements for... Read More »