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Google Is NOT Moving Into The Mission, At Least Not Yet

While the Financial Times has reported that Google is taking over the industrial space at 16th and Alabama in the Mission, a story which has been picked-up and republished by numerous other publications including ourselves, we have just confirmed that Google has not signed a lease nor purchased the... Read More »

Google Is Moving Into The Mission

Google Is Moving Into The Mission

It’s a relatively small move in terms of space but perhaps not significance as Google is taking over the 35,000 square foot former printworks building and property at 16th and Alabama in the Mission, “part of an effort to recruit engineers who do not want to work in its... Read More »

Plans To Raze The Elbo Room Are More Than Preliminary

Plans To Raze The Elbo Room Are More Than Preliminary

As we first reported last week, the owners of the Valencia Street building which is currently leased to the Elbo Room have filed their preliminary plans to raze the Mission district building and construct a five-story condo building in its place. While some felt our report overstated the intent... Read More »

Folsom Street Park Cleared To Move Forward (With Possible Flooding)

Folsom Street Park Cleared To Move Forward (With Possible Flooding)

The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission has determined that building a wet weather storage basin to reduce neighborhood flooding as part of the park project at 17th and Folsom “would not make enough of a beneficial impact locally to justify the high costs to San Francisco ratepayers” and the... Read More »

Elbo Room At Risk Of Being Razed For Mission Housing Development

Elbo Room At Risk Of Being Razed For Mission Housing Development

The owners of the two-story Mission district building at the corner of Valencia and Sycamore which is currently occupied by the Elbo Room have quietly drafted plans to raze the bar and construct a new five-story building in its place. Early plans for the development include nine (9) residential... Read More »

Downsizing Of Valencia Street Development Could Be Against The Law

Downsizing Of Valencia Street Development Could Be Against The Law

With San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors having narrowly upheld the Planning Department’s approval for the five-story development at 1050 Valencia Street to rise, a subsequent appeal of the project’s building permits resulted in 5-0 vote by San Francisco’s Board of Appeals to issue the permits, but under a couple... Read More »

Valencia Street Development Survives Close Vote

Valencia Street Development Survives Close Vote

The Planning Commission’s determination that the approved development of 1050 Valencia Street at the corner of Hill should be allowed to move forward has survived another appeal with San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors voting 6 to 5 to uphold the environmental findings for the project. Supervisors Avalos, Campos, Cohen,... Read More »

Ten Story Building Proposed Atop 16th Street BART Station Site

Ten Story Building Proposed Atop 16th Street BART Station Site

Maximus Real Estate Partners is in contract to buy the 57,000 square foot parcel above the 16th Street BART station on the northeast corner of Mission Street and has submitted plans to build a 10-story building designed by Skidmore Owings & Merrill with 351 housing units, 32,000 square feet... Read More »

Approved Valencia Street Development Waylaid Anew Again

Approved Valencia Street Development Waylaid Anew Again

Perhaps the record setting price per square foot numbers being pushed by 3500 19th Street will take some of the sting out of the delays caused by the challengers of the plans to demolish the one-story building at the corner of Valencia and Hill between 21st and 22nd Streets... Read More »

Local Mission Market: Behind (And Above) The Development

Local Mission Market: Behind (And Above) The Development

Having successfully raised the funds to develop the market’s webstore, iPad app, and other technology last week, the physical development of Local Mission Market continues to make progress with a target opening of the market at 2660 Harrison Street this summer. Above the market which will focus on local... Read More »