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Bonus Plans for Building Up Geary Boulevard

Bonus Plans for Building Up Geary Boulevard

Plans to level the Firestone Complete Auto Care shop at 2800 Geary Boulevard have been drafted. And as envisioned, a six-story building could rise on the Laurel Heights/Lone Mountain parcel, with 44 residential units (a mix of 23 one-bedrooms, 10 twos and 11 threes) over 2,500 square feet of... Read More »

UCSF Campus Deemed Historic but Developers Have a Plan

UCSF Campus Deemed Historic but Developers Have a Plan

The bid to formally recognize the modernist building at the center of UCSF’s 10-acre Laurel Heights campus as historic, a move which was initiated by opponents of the proposed redevelopment of the campus, as we first reported earlier this year, has been successful. Supported by both San Francisco’s Historic... Read More »

A Little Laurel Heights Infill Project

A Little Laurel Heights Infill Project

Purchased for $3.425 million last year, plans to level the little medical office building at 3641-3643 California Street, which is home to Golden Gate Pediatrics, across from CPMC’s 5-acre California Hospital Campus (which is to be razed and redeveloped as well), are in the works. As designed by DMARCstudio,... Read More »

A Bid to Block the Redevelopment of UCSF’s Laurel Heights Campus

A Bid to Block the Redevelopment of UCSF’s Laurel Heights Campus

While SKS Partners and the Prado Group have been pushing forward with plans to redevelop the 10-acre Laurel Heights campus at 3333 California Street, which it has acquired from UCSF, a bid to block or delay the project has been made. As proposed by the Laurel Heights Partners project... Read More »

Non-Supersized Plans for Lucky Penny Site Slated for Approval

Non-Supersized Plans for Lucky Penny Site Slated for Approval

The supersized plans for a 10-story building to rise up to 105 feet in height upon the shuttered Lucky Penny site at the corner of Geary and Masonic have been abandoned. Instead, the project team is back to pushing forward with plans for an 8-story building to rise up... Read More »

Hacked up Laurel Heights Home Returns at a Loss

Hacked up Laurel Heights Home Returns at a Loss

The former San Francisco home and studio space of the late Howard Hack has sat (mostly) vacant for over a decade, with interior walls that were purposefully (re)moved by the artist and a “profound” amount of deferred maintenance. Listed as a remarkable “blank canvas” after Hack’s passing for $1.2... Read More »

Big Plans for Shuttered Lucky Penny Site Have Been Supersized

Big Plans for Shuttered Lucky Penny Site Have Been Supersized

As we first reported a few months ago, while the shuttered Lucky Penny site at 2670 Geary Boulevard is only zoned for moderate density and building up to 80 feet in height, the compliant plans for a seven-story building to rise on the site, with 21 apartments over three... Read More »

Even Bigger Plans for the Shuttered Lucky Penny Site

Even Bigger Plans for the Shuttered Lucky Penny Site

While zoned for building up to 80 feet in height, the shuttered Lucky Penny parcel at 2670 Geary Boulevard is also only zoned for moderate density. And as such, plans for a seven-story building, with 21 apartments over three stories of office space, a new ground floor commercial space... Read More »

Hacked Up Laurel Heights Home Fetches $1.455 Million

Hacked Up Laurel Heights Home Fetches $1.455 Million

The sale of the deteriorating Laurel Height building at 54-56 Cook Street, which was the former San Francisco home and studio space of Howard Hack, the distinguished local artist who passed away last year, has closed escrow with a contract price of $1.455 million or roughly $638 per existing... Read More »

A Hacked Up Laurel Heights Home Hits the Market for $1.2M

A Hacked Up Laurel Heights Home Hits the Market for $1.2M

The former San Francisco home and studio space of Howard Hack, the distinguished local artist who passed away last year, the two-unit Laurel Heights building at 54-56 Cook Street has sat (mostly) vacant for over 15 years. And it shows. Or to quote the agent for the property which... Read More »