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Mission District Incomes And Demographics: 2000 To 2025

Mission District Incomes And Demographics: 2000 To 2025

While the population of San Francisco’s Mission District has actually dropped nearly 10 percent since the year 2000 census, the number of households has increased 11 percent. And the percentage of households in the Mission with incomes over $150,000 has jumped 65 percent versus 10 percent for the city... Read More »

Valencia Street Development Slated For Approval, But…

Valencia Street Development Slated For Approval, But…

With a slightly refined design and 49 units, down from 52 as originally proposed, the plans for a five-story building to rise on the northwest corner of 23rd and Valencia in the Mission could be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this afternoon. The former gas station on the... Read More »

Mission District Mural Building On The Market, Peek Inside

Mission District Mural Building On The Market, Peek Inside

If you’ve ever wondered what’s hidden in building behind the “Be the Change You Want To See In the World” mural at 25th and Bryant in the Mission, here’s your chance to peek inside. And it’s worth a look. Divided into four units, three residential and one commercial, the... Read More »

What’s It worth to Get Rid of Elderly Tenants in S.F.?

What’s It worth to Get Rid of Elderly Tenants in S.F.?

Five months ago, the two-unit Mission District building with an unwarranted in-law at 867-869 South Van Ness was purchased for $1.625 million. At the time of the sale, the in-law and lower unit were vacant while the upper unit was occupied by a protected tenant, an elderly couple in... Read More »

Long-Term Effect Of Mission Moratorium: None

Long-Term Effect Of Mission Moratorium: None

Despite what you might have read elsewhere, according to the City’s Office of Economic Analysis, “a temporary moratorium on market-rate housing would not affect the supply or price of housing in San Francisco,” at least not over the long term. While a temporary moratorium would “slightly raise housing prices... Read More »

Developers Picked For Mission Parcel, Plan To Build Higher Than Zoned

Developers Picked For Mission Parcel, Plan To Build Higher Than Zoned

While currently only zoned for building up to 55-feet high and with a parcel size that would support up to 60 units of housing at that height, the two players picked by the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development to develop the Mission District parcel at 2060 Folsom... Read More »

Reports Of Mission Development’s Indefinite Pause Are Overblown

Reports Of Mission Development’s Indefinite Pause Are Overblown

Reports that the proposed 274-unit development to rise across the majority of the 2000 block of Bryant Street in the Mission “has been put on hold indefinitely” are being overblown. While it is true that the project team is pausing its push to secure approvals, and doing so in... Read More »

New Law Could Radically Alter Who Gets Affordable Housing In S.F.

As it currently stands, affordable or ‘Below Market Rate’ housing units in San Francisco are allocated by lottery with preferences given to households that hold a rare Certificate of Preference or tenants who have recently been evicted by way of the Ellis Act.  And being a resident in the... Read More »

Cesar Chavez Rising (Unless The Moratorium Is Passed)

Cesar Chavez Rising (Unless The Moratorium Is Passed)

The owner of the Mission District parcel at 3620 Cesar Chavez Street, upon which a single-story office building and parking lot for eight cars currently sits, has engaged Sternberg Benjamin Architects to explore redeveloping the site. And as proposed, a six-story building with 28 residential units, a little retail... Read More »

331-Unit ‘Monster in the Mission’ Embroiled in New Legal Battle

331-Unit ‘Monster in the Mission’ Embroiled in New Legal Battle

Maximus Real Estate Partners, the development team which has already invested an estimated $8 million to design and entitle the proposed development of 331 residential units at 1979 Mission Street, the so-called “Monster in the Mission,” has now filed suit against the family which still owns all the land... Read More »