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Redevelopment of Decade-Old Pit (Somewhat) Closer to Reality

Redevelopment of Decade-Old Pit (Somewhat) Closer to Reality

Plans for a 25-unit development to rise up to 65 feet in height on the 14-year-old pit in the ground at 1145 Mission Street could be approved this week with the developer having just ‘volunteered’ to include four (4) units of below market rate (BMR) housing on-site – versus... Read More »

Refined Timing for Prominent Corner Redevelopment

Refined Timing for Prominent Corner Redevelopment

With the plans for a five-story, 129-unit development to rise up to 55 feet in height on the on the northeast corner of Howard and Ninth having been approved back in 2017, the now former Chevron/Burger King/Starbucks on the site was then shuttered and razed in 2018. As first... Read More »

Proposed Club Zone Infill Condos Closer to Reality

Proposed Club Zone Infill Condos Closer to Reality

As newly rendered below, plans to raze the two-story warehouse building and adjacent parking lot at 33 Norfolk Street and build a five-story residential building upon the Western SoMa site, plans which have been in the works since 2014, are closer to reality. As designed by Levy Design Partners,... Read More »

Bonus Plans to Level and Redevelop This Historical Resource Site

Bonus Plans to Level and Redevelop This Historical Resource Site

As we first reported eight months ago: “The two-story concrete building at 220 9th Street, which is home to Desmoto Sport, Hop.in and a number of other businesses in the portion of the building which fronts Dore Street (such as Guitronics amplifier repair) was built in 1924 for the... Read More »

Plans for Prominent SoMa Corner Slated for Approval

Plans for Prominent SoMa Corner Slated for Approval

Speaking of major developments on Howard which could be approved next week, the refined plans for 124 apartments, over 14,000 square feet of ground floor retail/restaurant/commercial space and a basement garage for 71 cars (and 188 bikes) could be approved to rise up to five stories in height on... Read More »

Redevelopment of Prominent SoMa Corner Closer to Reality

Redevelopment of Prominent SoMa Corner Closer to Reality

It was nearly twenty years ago that San Francisco’s Planning Department first authorized the theoretical conversion of the gas station parcel on northeast corner of Howard and 9th Street which is zoned for development up to 55 feet in height. Two years ago, preliminary plans for razing the existing... Read More »

Price of Hillside Site for Luxury Homes Reduced another Million

Price of Hillside Site for Luxury Homes Reduced another Million

Having hit the market for $20 million last year, the asking price for the San Francisco Overlook site on the western slope of Mount Sutro, which is fully-approved for the development of 29 luxury homes, each with a garage for two cars, was reduced to $15 million in January.... Read More »

Plans for Decade-Old Pit on Mission to Become Condos

Plans for Decade-Old Pit on Mission to Become Condos

A pit in the ground since 2006, when a two-story brick building on the eastern third of the 1145 Mission Street site was illegally demolished and approved plans to expand and convert the former building into live/work lofts and build new condos on the western two-thirds of the site... Read More »

Huge Price Cut for Hillside Site Approved for 29 Luxury Homes

Huge Price Cut for Hillside Site Approved for 29 Luxury Homes

Fully-approved for the development of 29 luxury homes, each with a garage for two cars, the site and plans for the San Francisco Overlook project on the western slope of Mount Sutro have been on the market for $20 million, as we first reported early last year. And this... Read More »

New Details For Development To Replace Den Of Adult Activities

New Details For Development To Replace Den Of Adult Activities

The Market Street facade for the proposed eight-story building to rise on the site of the infamous Market Street Cinema has been refined anew by Levy Design Partners, with concrete, metal and glass as the primary materials (as the proposed facade previously appeared): Targeting “creative, bike-centric workers filling office buildings in... Read More »