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Affordable Housing on Alemany as Proposed

Affordable Housing on Alemany as Proposed

Plans to raze the rustic Main Street Theater and develop 103 apartments on the building’s Excelsior District site are moving forward, with the project team having applied for priority processing. As we first reported last year, the proposed development would rise up to 40 feet in height across the... Read More »

Infilling Lower Nob Hill below What’s Allowed

Infilling Lower Nob Hill below What’s Allowed

While zoned for development up to 80 feet in height, plans for a five-story building to rise up to 50 feet in height on the little Lower Nob Hill/Tendernob parking lot at 736 Hyde Street have been drawn. While the site could support up to eleven (11) units per... Read More »

Association of Realtors Planning to Build up in Hayes Valley

Association of Realtors Planning to Build up in Hayes Valley

The San Francisco Association of Realtors is working on plans to reconfigure and add three residential stories atop their Hayes Valley headquarters building at 301 Grove Street. As envisioned, the existing building’s 8-car garage would be eliminated, creating space for an expanded conference room, 1,500 square feet of new... Read More »

Challenged Market Street Project Slated for Approval

Challenged Market Street Project Slated for Approval

The Duboce Triangle Neighborhood Association (DTNA) has challenged the plans for the proposed six-story building to rise at 2201 Market Street, at the intersection of Sanchez, a development which would yield 14 market rate condos over a ground floor commercial space and an underground garage, accessed via an elevator,... Read More »

Beast on Bryant Survives Appeals, Positioning to Break Ground

Beast on Bryant Survives Appeals, Positioning to Break Ground

San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors has unanimously rejected two appeals which had aimed to overturn Planning’s approvals for a 199-unit building at 2000 Bryant Street, the so-called “Beast on Bryant” to rise up to six stories in height across the northern half of the Mission District block bounded by... Read More »

Refined Designs for Redeveloping This Potrero Hill Warehouse Site

Refined Designs for Redeveloping This Potrero Hill Warehouse Site

As proposed, the Center Hardware warehouse building at the corner of Mariposa and Pennsylvania, at the base of Potrero Hill, will be razed and a modern four-story building designed and newly refined by D-Scheme Studio, with 59 condos over 3,400 square feet of new Production, Distribution, and Repair (PDR)... Read More »

Seven-Story Mission District Development Slated for Approval

Seven-Story Mission District Development Slated for Approval

With an exemption from having to complete a lengthy environmental review in hand, and the paperwork for a permit to demolish the two auto shops on the southeast corner of 16th and Florida Streets having been filed, the refined plans for a modern seven-story building to rise on the... Read More »

Land for More BMR Units, But Later and Deeper in the Tenderloin

Land for More BMR Units, But Later and Deeper in the Tenderloin

Rather than including 36 below market rate (BMR) units within the walls of its 304-unit development to rise at 1066 Market Street, or paying a $17.7 million in lieu of fee, Shorenstein Properties is now seeking permission to buy and dedicate the former Post Office property at 101 Hyde... Read More »

Affordable Housing Proposition C Passes in San Francisco

Proposition C, which will initially double the required percentage of below market rate (BMR) units for newly proposed developments in San Francisco with 25 units or more, has passed with 67 percent of voters supporting the measure. The Proposition will require developers of proposed projects that haven’t yet completed... Read More »

Supervisor Aims to Further Incent Development of Student Housing

In order to promote the development of Student Housing in San Francisco, the City’s Planning Code provides a big incentive for developers to build for educational institutions. While new developments with ten or more residential units are currently required to provide 12 percent of the units at below market... Read More »