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Refined Plans for That Supersized Telegraph Hill Development

Refined Plans for That Supersized Telegraph Hill Development

The refined plans for a supersized, 10-story building to rise up to 94 feet in height, or 108 feet in height when accounting for a 14-foot-tall mechanical penthouse and “terrace lobby,” upon the parking garage parcel at 955 Sansome Street, at the base of Telegraph Hill, will be presented... Read More »

Another Approved Tower Not Positioning to Break Ground

Another Approved Tower Not Positioning to Break Ground

As we outlined and suggested earlier this year: The refined plans for a 14-story tower with a variegated upper mass to rise upon the Polk Gulch parcel at 925 O’Farrell Street could be entitled next week. Having added an additional 10 feet in height since formally proposed, the 140-foot-tall... Read More »

Plans for 14-Story Variegated Tower Slated for Approval

Plans for 14-Story Variegated Tower Slated for Approval

The refined plans for a 14-story tower with a variegated upper mass to rise upon the Polk Gulch parcel at 925 O’Farrell Street could be entitled next week. Having added an additional 10 feet in height since formally proposed, the 140-foot-tall tower on the through block lot would yield... Read More »

Telegraph Hill Project Has Been Supersized as Well

Telegraph Hill Project Has Been Supersized as Well

While Planning’s preliminary review of the preliminary plans for a seven-story, 24-unit building to rise up to 84 feet in height upon the parking garage parcel at 955 Sansome Street, at the base of Telegraph Hill, didn’t raise any major red flags, it did elicit “multiple inquiries from individuals... Read More »

The Supersized Plans for the Sloat Garden Center Site

The Supersized Plans for the Sloat Garden Center Site

Supersized plans for redeveloping the landmark Sloat Garden Center site at 2700 Sloat Boulevard have, in fact, been drawn, plans which now envision a 12-story rising up to 125 feet in height across the Outer Parkside block, as newly rendered by Korb and Associates. The new plans for the... Read More »

Opposed Twin Peaks Infill Project Officially Approved

Opposed Twin Peaks Infill Project Officially Approved

While San Francisco’s Planning Department had received 41 letters in opposition to the proposed infill development to rise up to 46 in height upon the seemingly shoehorned Twin Peaks parcel at 4512 23rd Street, which technically fronts a little known spur of 23rd Street and Argent Alley, between Market... Read More »

Inflation in the Excelsior and on the Boards

Inflation in the Excelsior and on the Boards

While plans to raze the 20-foot-tall discount store building at 4550 Mission Street were first drafted back in 2006, the ground has yet to be broken. And the former Woolworth’s turned “One $ Only” store is now “$1.25 or Less.” And while plans for a five-story, 24-unit building to... Read More »

Bonus Plans for Building Up on Clement Closer to Reality

Bonus Plans for Building Up on Clement Closer to Reality

As we outlined early last year, plans to raze the shuttered China Dance School & Theater building on the southeast corner of Clement and 32nd Avenue are in the works. And as envisioned, a six-story building could rise up to 64 feet in height upon the 3055 Clement Street... Read More »

Supersized Twin Peaks Infill Project Slated for Approval

Supersized Twin Peaks Infill Project Slated for Approval

Purchased for $800,000 in August of 2019, the seemingly shoehorned Twin Peaks parcel at 4512 23rd Street, which technically fronts a little known spur of 23rd Street and Argent Alley, between Market Street and Corbett Avenue, measures 3,027 square feet and is zoned for the development of up to... Read More »

Bonus-Sized Bayview Development(s) on the Boards

Bonus-Sized Bayview Development(s) on the Boards

Acquired for $3 million by way of a forced sale last year, plans for a seven-level, 100-unit apartment building to rise up to 65 feet in height across the six Bayview lots at 5222-5250 Third Street, adjacent to another proposed infill development, have since been drawn. As designed by... Read More »