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Big Plans for a Polk Gulch Infill Project Revealed

Big Plans for a Polk Gulch Infill Project Revealed

Plans for a 12-story infill building to rise up to 125 feet in height on the site of the Polk Gulch funeral home at 1123 Sutter Street (Halsted N. Gray-Carew & English) have been drafted. While the columned façade of the funeral home would be preserved, the space behind... Read More »

Plans to Transform the Former Volvo Shop on 16th

Plans to Transform the Former Volvo Shop on 16th

Purchased by Steel Arc Properties (a.k.a. the Martin Building Company) for $4.6 million last year, plans to add two modern stories and twelve apartments atop the former Volvo Centrum shop at 3512 16th Street have been drafted by BAR Architects. In addition to the twelve new residential units, the... Read More »

Boosters’ Appeal of Potrero Development Denied

Boosters’ Appeal of Potrero Development Denied

The Potrero Boosters Neighborhood Association has lost its appeal of Martin Building Company’s approved development of 127 apartments and a Del Popolo pizzeria at 88 Arkansas and 17th Street, across from Jackson Park in Lower Potrero Hill. Approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission in a fast-tracked hearing earlier this... Read More »

Boosters put Potrero Development and Del Popolo at Risk

Boosters put Potrero Development and Del Popolo at Risk

While Martin Building Company’s proposed development of 127 apartments and a Del Popolo pizzeria at 88 Arkansas and 17th Street, across from Jackson Park in Lower Potrero Hill, was approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission in a fast-tracked hearing last month, the Potrero Boosters Neighborhood Association has filed an appeal.... Read More »

Refined Plans for Fast-Tracked Potrero Project and Restaurant Scoop

Refined Plans for Fast-Tracked Potrero Project and Restaurant Scoop

The fast-tracked hearing for Martin Building Company’s proposed 88 Arkansas Street development to rise up to five-stories at 17th and Arkansas, across from Jackson Park in Lower Potrero Hill, is slated to be held on Thursday. And if the development is approved, Del Popolo has signed up to occupy... Read More »

Hearing for Fast-Tracked Potrero Hill Project Set

Hearing for Fast-Tracked Potrero Hill Project Set

The fast-tracked hearing for Martin Building Company’s proposed Lower Potrero Hill development to rise up to five-stories at 17th and Arkansas Streets, across from Jackson Park, has been scheduled for March 3. As designed by BAR Architects, the proposed 88 Arkansas project includes 127 apartments – a mix of... Read More »

Progress for a Proposed 127-Unit Potrero Hill Development

Progress for a Proposed 127-Unit Potrero Hill Development

Martin Building is pushing forward with plans for a Lower Potrero Hill development to rise up to five-stories at 17th and Arkansas Streets, across from Jackson Park. As designed by BAR Architects, the proposed 88 Arkansas project includes 127 apartments – a mix of 25 studios averaging 435 square... Read More »

Infilling Visitacion Valley: The Blanken Avenue And Park Project

Infilling Visitacion Valley: The Blanken Avenue And Park Project

Martin Building Company has been working on plans to squeeze over 200 new apartments and 150 parking spaces on the sliver of Visitacion Valley land that sits between the massive redevelopment of the Schlage Lock factory site and the Bayshore Caltrain station and tracks to the east. The proposed Blanken... Read More »

Arc Light “Urban Lofts” At 21 Clarence Place Leasing Come April

Arc Light “Urban Lofts” At 21 Clarence Place Leasing Come April

As a plugged-in tipster notes, the Martin Building Company’s Arc Light Co. re-development of 178 Townsend (a.k.a. 21 Clarence Place) will be available for lease in April. North and south facing roof decks with a custom spa, grilling area, and enclosed dog run are atop the building while 29... Read More »

San Francisco Developers Land $96 Million In Infill Grants

In the last round of California Proposition 1C infill infrastructure grants, which voters approved in 2006, “San Francisco developers won seven state grants worth $96 million” versus one grant for $5 million the last time around.  From J.K. Dineen: The biggest Bay Area recipient was the John Stewart Co.,... Read More »