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Plans to Activate Shuttered Development Sites in San Francisco

Plans to Activate Shuttered Development Sites in San Francisco

Having noticed that buildings which have been shuttered, pending the approval, financing or market conditions for redevelopment, often sit vacant “for months or years, during which the streetscape surrounding the building becomes less inviting and a target for vandalism,” as was the case at 1066 Market Street, pictured... Read More »

Timing and Cost for Affordable Studios to Rise in Mission Bay

Timing and Cost for Affordable Studios to Rise in Mission Bay

While the development rights for Mission Bay South Block 9 have been awarded to BRIDGE Housing and Community Housing Partnership (which will manage the proposed 141 studios for currently homeless and extremely low-income households (below 30 percent of the area median) to rise up to four stories in height... Read More »

More Affordable Housing on the Way in South Mission Bay

More Affordable Housing on the Way in South Mission Bay

While Mission Bay North is fully developed, and the last market rate residential development to be built within the boundaries of Mission Bay South is under construction at 1000 Channel Street, on Mission Bay Block 1, there are still 868 units of affordable housing that have yet to be... Read More »

Designs for Contentious Affordable Development Have Been Drawn

Designs for Contentious Affordable Development Have Been Drawn

The designs for a contentious six-story development of affordable apartments to rise on the half-block parking lot parcel at 88 Broadway, at the base of Telegraph Hill, have been drafted by Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects. Identified by the Port of San Francisco as “the greatest affordable housing development opportunity... Read More »

Contentious Affordable Housing Site Awarded to Developers

Contentious Affordable Housing Site Awarded to Developers

Identified by the Port of San Francisco as “the greatest affordable housing development opportunity among the Port’s seawall lots in the northeastern waterfront,” but having faced neighborhood pushback over just how affordable the development should be, the City has awarded the development rights for the half-block parcel on the... Read More »