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Modern Architecture On Albion Priced At $1,350 Per Square Foot

Modern Architecture On Albion Priced At $1,350 Per Square Foot

Three new condos designed by Owen Kennerly have risen on Albion Street, in the heart of the Mission between 16th and 17th. And 145 Albion, the 2,185-square-foot “townhome” unit, has just been listed for $2,950,000 or roughly $1,350 per square foot. Features and finishes of the three-bedroom include DuChateau... Read More »

Standout Mission Bay Development Ready To Serve

Standout Mission Bay Development Ready To Serve

Designed by Mithun|Solomon in collaboration with Kennerly Architecture, and looking even better in reality – as photographed above – than versus the renderings, 1180 Fourth will provide 150 units of affordable housing and 11,000 square feet of retail along Fourth Street in South Mission Bay, anchored by a restaurant... Read More »

New Designs For Dogpatch Development Along Third

New Designs For Dogpatch Development Along Third

Built in 1917, the former bank building which last housed ProCamera on the northwest corner of Third and 20th Streets is slated to be razed to make way for a six-story building with around 70 apartments over parking for 49 cars and 1,800 square feet of retail space on... Read More »

Sixth Street Rising: Hugo Hotel Replacement Recap/Timing

Sixth Street Rising: Hugo Hotel Replacement Recap/Timing

With defenestration deconstructed and the demolition permits for the old Hugo Hotel working their way through Planning, it’s time to take another look at the 9-story building to rise on the southwest corner of Sixth and Howard. Designed by Kennerly Architecture for Mercy Housing, the 200 6th Street building will provide... Read More »

Defenestration Coming Down, Sixth Street Rising Up

Defenestration Coming Down, Sixth Street Rising Up

Defenestration, the “temporary” art installation that has defined the long-shuttered Hugo Hotel and neighborhood for nearly two decades, is being dismantled this morning and the building from which the installation has hung at the corner of 6th and Howard will soon be razed. As plugged-in people know, the burned-out Hugo... Read More »

Dogpatch Development Refined, Ready To Be Approved

Dogpatch Development Refined, Ready To Be Approved

The plans to raze Café Cocomo at 650 Indiana and construct two distinct five-story buildings with a total of 111 new apartments on the Dogpatch block between 18th and 19th Streets have been refined, are ready to be approved, and will be presented to San Francisco’s Planning Commission in... Read More »

Modern Dogpatch Development: Designs For 2290 Third Street

Modern Dogpatch Development: Designs For 2290 Third Street

As proposed, the little building and parking lot at the corner of Third and 20th streets will be razed to make way for a modern Dogpatch building designed by Kennerly Architecture. While the original proposal for the site envisioned a 7-story building with 52 dwelling units over 17,000 square... Read More »

The Creative Design(s) For Developing A Big Dogpatch Block

The Creative Design(s) For Developing A Big Dogpatch Block

With an agreement in place to develop the Dogpatch parcel upon which the San Francisco Opera stores its sets, Archstone and Build Inc. are proposing a creative design for the block, breaking the 350-unit development into five buildings designed by four architects. The five distinct buildings designed by Kava... Read More »

The Resolution And Renderings For 1180 4th Street To Rise

The Resolution And Renderings For 1180 4th Street To Rise

On the agenda for San Francisco’s Land Use and Economic Development Committee this afternoon, a resolution authorizing the Mayor’s Office of Housing to exercise a Redevelopment Agency Purchase Option for Mission Bay Block 13 East (a.k.a. 1180 4th Street) and approving a long term ground lease to Mercy Housing... Read More »

Defending The Design For 200 6th Street And Adieu To Defenestration

Defending The Design For 200 6th Street And Adieu To Defenestration

Located within the potential Sixth Street Lodginghouse District, the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency and Mercy Housing requested San Francisco’s Architectural Review Committee review and comment on their proposed project at 200 6th Street today. The proposed work includes demolition of the existing four-story building and the new construction of... Read More »