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Development to Rise on Main Street Theater Site Closer to Reality

Development to Rise on Main Street Theater Site Closer to Reality

Having preliminary cleared a key environmental hurdle, the refined plans to raze the rustic Main Street Theater and develop apartments on its Excelsior District site at 915 Cayuga Avenue, which extends to Alemany Boulevard, behind the Little Bear School campus at 65 Ocean Avenue, a parcel which is being... Read More »

Waylaid Mission District Development Modified, Slated for Approval

Waylaid Mission District Development Modified, Slated for Approval

Waylaid by a groundswell of local opposition, plans to mostly demolish the brick and timber Fitzgerald Furniture Company building on the northeast corner of 19th and Bryant Streets and develop a contemporary six-story building upon the Mission District site could be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this afternoon.... Read More »

Price Cut for Approved SoMa Development and Land

Price Cut for Approved SoMa Development and Land

Approved by the City last year, the plans for a 24-unit development to rise up to six stories in height upon the former CrossFit site at 1228 Folsom Street and its underlying Western SoMa parcel hit the market earlier this year priced at $6.95 million or roughly $290,000 per... Read More »

The Antithesis of Swoopy at Fifth and Brannan as Newly Proposed

The Antithesis of Swoopy at Fifth and Brannan as Newly Proposed

While Tishman Speyer is pushing forward with plans to completely redevelop the northeast corner of Brannan and Fifth Streets, across from the contentious San Francisco Tennis Club project, an all-new approach for the 598 Brannan Street project has been proposed. Michael Maltzan Architecture is now leading the design charge... Read More »

Dogpatch Development Positioning to Break Ground sans BMRs

Dogpatch Development Positioning to Break Ground sans BMRs

Entitled for development early last year, the building permits for the 109-unit project to rise up to seven stories in height at 2177 3rd Street have now been issued and secured, clearing the way for the Dogpatch development on the northeast corner of 3rd and 19th Streets to break... Read More »

Recommendation for Affordable Housing Requirements Revealed

Recommendation for Affordable Housing Requirements Revealed

With San Francisco Supervisors having drafted two competing proposals for overhauling the percentage and mix of below market rate (BMR or “affordable”) units that developers of market rate projects are required to provide on-site or fund elsewhere in the city, in response to the passage of Proposition C and... Read More »

Bigger Plans for Outer Sunset Gas Station Site

Bigger Plans for Outer Sunset Gas Station Site

As originally proposed a couple years ago, the 76 station on the southwest corner of Lawton and 42nd Avenue in the Outer Sunset was to be razed for a four-story development to rise, with twelve condos, twelve parking spaces and an approach designed to avoid having to include any... Read More »

A Below Market Rate Reduction to under $500 per Square Foot

A Below Market Rate Reduction to under $500 per Square Foot

Purchased as new for $330,000 in 2007, or roughly $409 per square foot, as part of San Francisco’s inclusionary (a.k.a. Below Market Rate or Affordable) housing program, the 807-square-foot, one-bedroom condo #4201 at Candlestick Cove returned to the market listed for $450,626 ($558 per square foot) six months ago,... Read More »

The City’s Affordable Housing Recommendations and Dissent

The City’s Affordable Housing Recommendations and Dissent

Voters in San Francisco passed Proposition C last year, a ballot measure which effectively doubled the percentage of below market rate (BMR or “affordable”) units that developers of larger market rate projects would be required to provide on-site or fund elsewhere in the city. Prior to the vote, San... Read More »

Development Chicken in Lower Nob Hill

Development Chicken in Lower Nob Hill

As we first reported when the plans for a five-story building to rise up to 50 feet in height on the little Lower Nob Hill/Tendernob parking lot parcel at 736 Hyde Street – which is zoned for development up to 80 feet – were presented to Planning late last... Read More »