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Designs For A Five-Story Mission District Development

Designs For A Five-Story Mission District Development

As we first reported earlier this year, the plans for developing the long-shuttered gas station site on the northeast corner of 19th Street and South Van Ness Avenue, which were approved in 2008 but then waylaid by the economy, are now back in play, with nearly twice as many... Read More »

Foreclosure Foreshadowing In The Mission

Foreclosure Foreshadowing In The Mission

A plugged-in tipster reports that the single-story building at 668 Guerrero Street in the Mission, just down the street from Tartine, was foreclosed upon and sold for $2,481,000 in cash on the courthouse steps Monday.  That’s $194,198.96 more than the lenders were owed. And while plans have yet to... Read More »

Grocery Outlet Plans To Stock Shuttered Grocery In The Mission

Grocery Outlet Plans To Stock Shuttered Grocery In The Mission

Shuttered since 2010, Fresh & Easy was originally slated to take over the former DeLano’s Market site at 1245 South Van Ness but financial woes waylaid those plans. And while plans to reduced the size of the store by two-thirds and build over 100 condos across the site were being... Read More »

From Sausages To Condos On Mission As Proposed

From Sausages To Condos On Mission As Proposed

Speaking of Mission District developments pushing forward, the official application to raze the former Schwarz/Home/Engelhart sausage outlet at 1726 Mission Street and construct a modern six-story building across the site has been submitted to Planning. As designed by Natoma Architects for Sustainable Living LLC, the project sponsor, the development... Read More »

Mission District Development Moving Forward

Mission District Development Moving Forward

In the works since 2012 and with the site’s environmental cleanup now complete, a permit to remove the remnants of the shuttered Chevron gas station on the northwest corner of 23rd and Valencia has been requested, an exception from having to complete a detailed environmental review has been granted, and the... Read More »

Purchase Of Land To Build $889K Affordable Apartments Approved

Purchase Of Land To Build $889K Affordable Apartments Approved

San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors has unanimously approved the City’s $18.5 million purchase of the corner parcel at 490 South Van Ness Avenue and 16th Street in the Mission, a site which is approved for the development of a 72-unit building. The City intends to build permanently affordable apartments... Read More »

Budget To Build 72 Affordable Units In The Mission: $888,889 Each

Budget To Build 72 Affordable Units In The Mission: $888,889 Each

According to a Project Manager at the Mayor’s Office of Housing, the total project cost for the 72-unit building which the City is planning to develop at 490 South Van Ness Avenue and 16th Street in the Mission has been estimated at $64 million or roughly $888,889 per unit.... Read More »

Mission District Site For 165 Affordable Units Awarded To Developers

Mission District Site For 165 Affordable Units Awarded To Developers

The development rights for the former Phoenix Continuation High School site at 1950 Mission Street, a half-block from the contentious 330-unit building proposed to rise at Mission and 16th, have been awarded to Mission Housing Development Corporation and BRIDGE Housing.  The team plans to build 165 apartments for low-income... Read More »

Roosevelt Tamale Parlor Building On The Market In The Mission

Roosevelt Tamale Parlor Building On The Market In The Mission

When the Roosevelt Tamale Parlor building on 24th Street in the Mission quietly traded hands for $1.85 million five months ago, the two one-bedroom flats above the restaurant were rented for $2,200 a month and the Parlor was paying $4,500 per month with a long-term lease. While the Tamale... Read More »

Former Socialist Party Hall Fetches $6.5M In The Mission

Former Socialist Party Hall Fetches $6.5M In The Mission

The former meeting hall at 143 Albion Street, which was once home to San Francisco’s Socialist Party, as well as to Tom Waddel, the late founder of the Gay Games, has traded hands for a reported $6.5 million. Built in 1907 and originally known as Tivoli Hall (or ‘Equality... Read More »