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Dogpatch Development on the Boards

Dogpatch Development on the Boards

Plans to raze the old Cresco equipment rental warehouse and equipment yard at 700 Indiana Street, between the Avalon Dogpatch dog park and the Dogpatch Arts Plaza, across from Esprit Park, are in the works. And as proposed, a three-story building would rise up to 49 feet in height... Read More »

The New Plans for 300 Grant (Take Three)

The New Plans for 300 Grant (Take Three)

Eight years ago, plans to raze the three-story corner building at 300 Grant Avenue and construct a new ten-story building, with 45 condos over two floors of retail and parking on Downtown parcel were approved. Waylaid by the great recession, the development never materialized. And last year, new plans... Read More »

You’ve Seen One, But You Haven’t Seen Them All: 300 Beale #613

You’ve Seen One, But You Haven’t Seen Them All: 300 Beale #613

A bit more industrial (some might even say loft like) than Embarcadero Lofts #319, 300 Beale Street #613 should soon hit the MLS listed for $1,649,500. Penthouse, private corner patio, wood-burning fireplace, two beds, two baths, and a decidedly modern kitchen with pear wood cabinetry.  And at around 1,800... Read More »

Loft By Nature, Luxury By Design: Embarcadero Lofts (300 Beale)

Loft By Nature, Luxury By Design: Embarcadero Lofts (300 Beale)

Designed by Frederick Meyer, founder of the California College of Arts and Crafts and known for his “innovative use of large glass areas,” 300 Beale was built for the Coffin-Redington Drug Company in 1937. Sixty years later, Embarcadero Lofts was born with MBH Architects leading the building’s conversion into... Read More »

The Proposed Sixty-Six Forty-Five Condos (And Parking) Of 300 Grant

The Proposed Sixty-Six Forty-Five Condos (And Parking) Of 300 Grant

It was sixteen months ago that we first plugged you in to the proposed design for a ten-story mixed use development at 300 Grant (corner of Grant and Sutter). At the time the design called for 66 units, two floors of retail, two levels of below grade parking, and... Read More »