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Block-Sized Development on the Market in Outer Parkside

Block-Sized Development on the Market in Outer Parkside

While still under construction, the 117,000-square-foot development at 2800 Sloat Boulevard, which includes 56 condos over 23,000 square feet of commercial space, an open-air market and a basement garage for 112 cars is now being marketed as a bulk sale with a $77.888 million asking price. First approved for... Read More »

Big Development Near Ocean Beach Ready To Break Ground

Big Development Near Ocean Beach Ready To Break Ground

First approved for development in late 2008, granted a three-year extension to start construction by early 2015 back in 2012, and having flirted with bankruptcy and foreclosure, the permits to raze an Outer Parkside block and build 56 condos, with 23,000 square feet of commercial space and an open-air... Read More »

Outer Parkside Block Back On Track For Big Development

Outer Parkside Block Back On Track For Big Development

Approved for the development of 56 new housing units, 23,000 square feet of commercial space, and an open-air market, the Outer Parkside block fronting Sloat Boulevard between 46th and 47th Avenues had fallen into foreclosure on $4,220,000 loan. As we first reported at the beginning of the year: While... Read More »

Major Outer Parkside Development Site On Sloat Now In Foreclosure

Major Outer Parkside Development Site On Sloat Now In Foreclosure

First approved for development in late 2008 and granted a three year extension to start construction on 56 new housing units, 23,000 square feet of commercial space, and an open-air market early last year, the Outer Parkside parcels stretching from 2800 to 2898 Sloat Boulevard have fallen into foreclosure... Read More »

As Proposed To Start Rising At 2800 Sloat And Wawona By 2015

As Proposed To Start Rising At 2800 Sloat And Wawona By 2015

Approved for development in late 2008, but having failed to have broken ground within the required three-years, this week Planning will review a request to extend the right to build 56 new housing units and 23,000 square feet of commercial space with an open-air market at 2800 Sloat until... Read More »