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IKEA’s Redevelopment of Mid-Market Center Closer to Reality

IKEA’s Redevelopment of Mid-Market Center Closer to Reality

Following a couple of false starts and mis-reports, the formal application to proceed with the conversion of the ill-fated and long-vacant “6×6 San Francisco” shopping center at 945 Market Street into an IKEA-anchored Market Street Place has been submitted to Planning. In addition to an 87,000-square-foot IKEA, the conversion... Read More »

Entry-Level Condo Reduced to Over 20% Under Its 2018 Price

Entry-Level Condo Reduced to Over 20% Under Its 2018 Price

Speaking of significantly sub-2018 pricing, but at the other end of the market, the one-bedroom, one-bath unit #606 at 1075 Market Street (“Stage 1075”) measures 672 square feet, with an open floor plan and (near) floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook Proper and the landmark Hibernia Bank. The building (“San Francisco’s... Read More »

Modernized Four Seasons Condo Takes a Big Hit

Modernized Four Seasons Condo Takes a Big Hit

As we outlined at the end of last year: Purchased for $1.7 million in June of 2017, the 947-square-foot, one-bedroom unit #30C in the Four Seasons Residences at 765 Market Street was subsequently remodeled – from its floor to ceiling and kitchen to bath – in an all-white “Modern... Read More »

Proposed “Pod-Style” Hotel Challenged, but Not By Planning

Proposed “Pod-Style” Hotel Challenged, but Not By Planning

As we first reported last year: Plans to raze the 2-story San Francisco Fire Credit Union building at 12 Mint Plaza are in the works. And as envisioned by Prime Design for Elsey Partners, which is the Kansas-based team behind a couple of contentious micro-unit developments in the Mission,... Read More »

A Million Dollar Price Cut and End of Year Sale

A Million Dollar Price Cut and End of Year Sale

Purchased for $1.7 million in June of 2017, the 947-square-foot, one-bedroom unit #30C in the Four Seasons Residences at 765 Market Street was subsequently remodeled – from its floor to ceiling and kitchen to bath – in an all-white “Modern Mediterranean-style,” with high-end finishes, custom-made lacquer cabinetry and built-ins,... Read More »

Plans for an 8-Story “Pod Hotel” on the Boards

Plans for an 8-Story “Pod Hotel” on the Boards

Plans to raze the 2-story San Francisco Fire Credit Union building at 12 Mint Plaza are in the works. And as envisioned by Prime Design for Elsey Partners, which is the Kansas-based team behind a couple of contentious micro-unit developments in the Mission, an eight-story, 160-bed “pod hotel” could... Read More »

Shuttered WeWork Golden Gate Space Back on the Market

Shuttered WeWork Golden Gate Space Back on the Market

Having sat vacant for 20 years, the 56,000-square-foot office condo at 25 Taylor Street, above the Golden Gate Theater, was purchased by War Horse Cities for $6 million in 2012 and converted into “WeWork Golden Gate,” which opened in 2013 and “activated and energized the district and paved the... Read More »

Mid-Market Parking Lot Tower Slated for Approval, But…

Mid-Market Parking Lot Tower Slated for Approval, But…

As we outlined early last year: The Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the proposed 27-story infill tower to rise on Nordstrom’s underdeveloped parking lot parcel at 469 Stevenson Street has just been released by Planning and hasn’t raised any extraordinary red flags (other than with respect to a... Read More »

Bonus Plans for a New Infill Tower Have Been Drawn

Bonus Plans for a New Infill Tower Have Been Drawn

While the four Mid-Market parcels which span 1338-1370 Mission Street, between 9th and 10th Streets, are currently only zoned for development up to 150 feet in height, the plans for a 30-story tower to rise on the assembled site have been drafted by SmithGroup for Malex Holdings. As envisioned,... Read More »

Plans To End Artists’ Mid-Market Battle Slated for Approval

Plans To End Artists’ Mid-Market Battle Slated for Approval

The plans to end a nearly eight-year legal and legislative battle between the (now) thirteen remaining residential tenants of the historic Sterling Building at 1049 Market Street, which was illegally converted into a warren of 83 “live-work” spaces over the years, and the building’s owners, who have been trying... Read More »