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New Plans For Parcel Across From Parque Ninos Unidos

New Plans For Parcel Across From Parque Ninos Unidos

The modern concept design for the Mission District parcel at 953 Treat Avenue has been kicked to curb, but Winder Gibson Architects is working on plans for a residential building to rise up to four-stories on the triangular site which borders the old Southern Pacific Railroad Right of Way... Read More »

Mission District Housing Moratorium Rejected By Supervisors

The proposed legislative moratorium on market-rate housing development in San Francisco’s Mission District failed to be adopted by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors last night, with seven of the eleven Supervisors voting in favor but nine votes needed to pass the emergency ordinance. Supervisors Christensen, Farrell, Tang and Wiener... Read More »

Stage Is Set For Market-Rate Housing Moratorium Vote

A net total of 627 housing units were built within the borders of San Francisco’s Mission District from 2010 through the end of 2014. Of those 627 units, roughly 10 percent (60) were designated as Below Market Rate (BMR) units which are to remain affordable to households earning up... Read More »

Albion Hall On The Market For $6.5M

Albion Hall On The Market For $6.5M

Built in 1907 as Tivoli Hall and once home to San Francisco’s Socialist Party (at which point it was known as “Equality Hall”) as well as the International Longshoreman’s Association, 143 Albion Street was seismically retrofitted and remodeled as a 4,500-square-foot home with a three-story great room in 2009.... Read More »

Mission District McDonald’s Suddenly Shuttered

Mission District McDonald’s Suddenly Shuttered

The McDonald’s at 16th and Mission was suddenly shuttered last night with employees being told that the restaurant’s lease for the 2011 Mission Street store had expired and that everyone would be transferred to other locations in the city. And according to a plugged-in tipster, “there was some speculation the... Read More »

Major Mission District Development Racing To Beat A Moratorium

Major Mission District Development Racing To Beat A Moratorium

While the threat of both legislative and ballot-driven housing moratoriums loom, plans to raze the majority of the Mission District block bounded by Bryant, 18th, Florida and 19th Streets and build nearly 300 units of housing across the site could be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission in three weeks time. As we... Read More »

Mission Development Approved, Below Market Rate Units Added

Mission Development Approved, Below Market Rate Units Added

Over the objections of the Plaza 16 Coalition, San Francisco’s Planning Commission has approved the plans for a five-story, 27-unit apartment building to rise on the southwest corner of South Van Ness and 17th Street in the Mission. The Coalition had demanded that The Toboni Group, the developer of... Read More »

Housing Moratorium Showdown Slated For June 2

If San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors approve the motion this afternoon, the public hearing for the proposed legislative moratorium on any new residential construction, or the elimination/conversion of any existing Production, Distribution and Repair spaces, in the Mission, unless it’s specifically for the development of an affordable housing project,... Read More »

Mission Coalition Aims To Ice South Van Ness Development

Mission Coalition Aims To Ice South Van Ness Development

Scheduled for last month but waylaid when outdated information was posted in the required project notification at the building site, the public hearing for the proposed five-story development to rise on the southwest corner of South Van Ness and 17th Street, with 27 apartments over three retail spaces and... Read More »

St. Luke’s Hospital Design Refined And Newly Rendered

St. Luke’s Hospital Design Refined And Newly Rendered

With construction underway and Sutter Health/CPMC aiming for a grand opening in 2019, the exterior design for the replacement St. Luke’s hospital to rise up to 142 feet in height along Cesar Chavez Street in the Mission has been refined, adding detail to the slab façade (versus as originally... Read More »