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Kryolan and Escape Room Buildings for Sale in SoMa

Kryolan and Escape Room Buildings for Sale in SoMa

The three-story industrial building at 130-138 9th Street which has served as Kryolan’s west coast headquarters and showroom since 1987 is now on the market along with the adjacent, color-coordinated two-story building at 122 9th Street for a combined $15.5 Million. While Kryolan is already on the way out,... Read More »

Plans to Raise the Roof on Potrero Ave

Plans to Raise the Roof on Potrero Ave

Plans to redevelop the southwest corner of Potrero Avenue and 23rd Street, across from Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital in the Mission, have been in the works since 2013. But having been built in 1925 and identified as a potential historic resource, the former gas station building and its... Read More »

Art Gallery Shuttered, Parcel on the Market as a Development Site

Art Gallery Shuttered, Parcel on the Market as a Development Site

The recently shuttered John Pence Gallery at 750 Post Street, three blocks from Union Square in Lower Nob Hill, is now on the market with a $7.9 million price tag and being positioned as a development site. The two-story building, which was built as a garage back in 1914,... Read More »

Hayes Valley Mortuary Could Become Housing (and More)

Hayes Valley Mortuary Could Become Housing (and More)

Plans to add a fourth story and rear addition to the Bryant Mortuary at 635 Fulton Street have been drawn. And as proposed, the historic Hayes Valley building would be converted into a 10-unit residential building, with a total 8 two-bedrooms and 2 threes. But that’s not all. As... Read More »

Challenge of Elbo Room Redevelopment Slated to Fail

Challenge of Elbo Room Redevelopment Slated to Fail

The building permits for the proposed three-story addition and residential conversion of the two-story Elbo Room building at 645-647 Valencia Street have been requested and triaged. And the formal challenge filed by the owners of the 3-unit building behind the bar who were seeking to force a major redesign... Read More »

Plans for a Hotel to Sprout on Shuttered ‘Oasis of the ‘Loin’ Site

Plans for a Hotel to Sprout on Shuttered ‘Oasis of the ‘Loin’ Site

Shuttered by a rent increase last year, plans to level the former Amsterdam Café at 937 Geary Street, along with the two adjacent storefronts at 939 Geary (Hanaro Cocktails) and 941 Geary, are in the works. And as proposed, a five-story hotel will rise up to 58 feet in... Read More »

A Clinical Addition, Micro Units and Potential Setback on Polk

A Clinical Addition, Micro Units and Potential Setback on Polk

North East Medical Services (NEMS), a non-profit community health center, is planning to build a new medical clinic at 650 Polk Street by adding four new stories atop the existing garage currently occupied by Audiologix and adjacent to Brenda’s French Soul Food. The proposed project would rise to a... Read More »

Iconic North Beach Sausage Factory on the Market

Iconic North Beach Sausage Factory on the Market

Built in 1948, the shuttered Buon Gusto Sausage Factory at 535 Green Street was once the largest sausage and salami producing facility in the west. The 8,600-square-foot building, which is in need of work and includes a 4,000-square-foot basement, sits on an 11,000-square-foot lot in the middle of North... Read More »

Neighbors Challenge Elbo Room Redevelopment

Neighbors Challenge Elbo Room Redevelopment

With the proposed redevelopment of the Elbo Room – which now calls adding three new stories atop the existing two-story building at 645-647 Valencia Street, converting its ground floor into a 600-square-foot retail space and 4-car garage, and constructing seven apartments above – having been granted a streamlined environmental... Read More »

Contractor Caught Demolishing a Historic Facade

Contractor Caught Demolishing a Historic Facade

Purchased by a local contractor for $1.282 million in March of 2012, plans to allow the construction of a new garage, a new entry stair and “minor façade alterations” to accommodate a new entrance for the secondary unit of the Craftsman-style home at 151-153 Liberty Street were subsequently approved,... Read More »