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Two Year Rain Delay For Folsom Street Park Project

Two Year Rain Delay For Folsom Street Park Project

Having identified the area under the funded park to be built at 17th and Folsom as the ideal location for a storage basin to help manage stormwater and reduce neighborhood flooding, the opening of the park will likely be delayed from 2014 to the summer of 2016 in order... Read More »

Planning For A Permanent Mercado Plaza In The Mission

Planning For A Permanent Mercado Plaza In The Mission

Building on the success of the weekly Mission Community Market, plans for a permanent Mercado Plaza on Bartlett between 21st and 22nd streets are starting to take shape. The conceptual plan for the plaza is to create permanent pedestrian zones and a flexible urban space to accommodate the weekly... Read More »

Disapproved For Development In 2010, Another Plan Is Pitched

Disapproved For Development In 2010, Another Plan Is Pitched

Permits to demolish the one-story warehouse on the northwest corner of 15th and Shotwell and construct a four story building with ten apartments on the site were disapproved in 2010, at which point the development plans for the parcel were cancelled. Purchased for $1,450,000 this past October, a new... Read More »

CEQA In Action, Or Inaction, On Potrero Avenue

CEQA In Action, Or Inaction, On Potrero Avenue

Speaking of CEQA and the appeals process in action, the Preliminary Mitigated Negative Declaration which would have allowed the development of 480 Potrero Avenue to move forward was appealed late last year by the San Francisco Verdi Club, MUNA neighborhood association, and Potrero Hill neighbors. The objections of the... Read More »

New Mission Theater Redevelopment And 114 New Condos Approved

New Mission Theater Redevelopment And 114 New Condos Approved

As we first reported and plugged-in people knew to expect: On the agenda for San Francisco’s Planning Commission this week, the approval of The Next Big Housing Thing To Define The New Mission, the redevelopment of the New Mission Theater and construction of 114 market-rate condos and 89 parking... Read More »

The Next Big Housing Thing To Define The New Mission

The Next Big Housing Thing To Define The New Mission

Plugged-in people have long known about the plans to renovate the New Mission Theater and develop the adjacent lot at 2558 Mission Street, upon which the Giant Value building currently stands. And now, the latest scoop for the modern Kwan Henmi designed eight-story building that’s proposed to rise on... Read More »

Resurrected Plans For The Corner Of 19th And South Van Ness Ave

Resurrected Plans For The Corner Of 19th And South Van Ness Ave

The gas station at the corner of 19th Street and South Van Ness Avenue stopped pumping gas at the end of 2004. An application to build five-story mixed use building upon the site was filed in 2005. And in early 2008, the construction of a 50-foot tall building with... Read More »

Valencia Street Development Scoop: Five Stories At Corner Of 23rd

Valencia Street Development Scoop: Five Stories At Corner Of 23rd

JS Sullivan, the developer of 299 Valencia Street, is quietly testing the waters over Planning to raze the shuttered gas station on 23rd Street between Valencia and San Jose Avenue and construct a five-story building with 42 dwelling units over ground floor retail and 31 off-street parking spaces on... Read More »

1050 Valencia Approved With Yet Another Take On What’s Appropriate

1050 Valencia Approved With Yet Another Take On What’s Appropriate

A plugged-in reader reports with respect to the proposed five-story development at 1050 Valencia Street which the Liberty Hill Neighborhood Association opposed, the Planning Department supported, and San Francisco’s Planning Commission has now approved with their own list of suggested revisions for the building’s design: “project approved 8-0 last... Read More »

The Seven Issues And Three Sides To 1050 Valencia’s Five Stories

The Seven Issues And Three Sides To 1050 Valencia’s Five Stories

As plugged-in people know, the Liberty Hill Neighborhood Association (LHNA) filed for Discretionary Review (DR) in an attempt to block the proposed five-story building as rendered above from rising at 1050 Valencia Street. A summary of the LHNA’s seven issues with the project which will be reviewed and ruled... Read More »