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Long Vacant Hibernia Bank Sold, To Be Renovated And Rented

Long Vacant Hibernia Bank Sold, To Be Renovated And Rented

According to the Chronicle, the long vacant Hibernia Bank building at the corner of Market and Jones (1 Jones) has been sold for $3.95 million. According to broker Stanley Lo, “the buyer intends to improve the building and to make it rentable for business.” Read More »

Trinity Place: A Few New Perspectives On What’s In The Works

Trinity Place: A Few New Perspectives On What’s In The Works

A tipster directs us to a few new Trinity Place renderings. The portion that’s currently under construction outlined in blue above. And that’s the whole shebang below. Read More »

We Tried To Warn Tell You, The Neighborhood Is A Changing

We tried to warn tell you, the neighborhood is a changing. And money is flowing into the area (in more ways than one). From the San Francisco Business Times: “While some condo buyers have been hesitant to invest in an area long overrun by drug peddlers and vagrants, the... Read More »

(More) Political Wrangling Over The Development Of Trinity Plaza

(More) Political Wrangling Over The Development Of Trinity Plaza

For decades, developer Angelo Sangiacamo has been trying to re-develop a mid-market plot of land which currently houses the Trinity Plaza apartment building (which he converted from a motor lodge in 1977). Under his latest proposal, 360 outdated units would be razed and replaced with a modern 1,900 unit... Read More »

The Story Within The Story

The Story Within The Story

Okay, while we might have branded “Mid-Market eyed for unusual projects” a non-story, it’s the story within the story we actually find quite interesting. In specific, the “tiny condo” movement. “…Group I is building 60 tiny condominiums a block from Market Street. The project has attracted attention because of... Read More »