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Another Fully-Approved, Unbuilt Development Hits The Market

Another Fully-Approved, Unbuilt Development Hits The Market

While plans to raze the shuttered Schwarz/Home/Engelhart sausage outlet at 1726-1730 Mission Street and develop a six-story building upon the Mission District site were approved back in 2017, and building permits for the project were approved and issued the next year, the ground has yet to be broken. As... Read More »

Modern Duboce Triangle Development Closer to Reality

Modern Duboce Triangle Development Closer to Reality

The formal application for approval to raze the former furniture warehouse turned art gallery (67 Belcher) and designer loft (69 Belcher) and develop a modern five-story building on the 12,500-square-foot Duboce Triangle site has been submitted to Planning. As designed by Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects and further refined... Read More »

(New) Plans to Raze a One of Kind Residence and Build Up

(New) Plans to Raze a One of Kind Residence and Build Up

The former furniture warehouse 67-69 Belcher Street, which measures nearly 19,000 square feet and was slated to be demolished decades ago, was acquired by artists Spaulding Taylor and Win Ng in 1977 and converted into an art gallery (69 Belcher), studio space and a one of a kind, roughly... Read More »

Modern Units for Moneyed Techies Slated for Approval

Modern Units for Moneyed Techies Slated for Approval

The plans for a modern five-story, nine-unit SoMa development to rise at “224 Clara,” between 5th and 6th Streets, could be approved by Planning this week. From the design team at STANLEY SAITOWITZ | NATOMA ARCHITECTS last year: The grunge of SOMA San Francisco remains, but the demographics are... Read More »

Refined Design for Modern Infill Project as Envisioned

Refined Design for Modern Infill Project as Envisioned

In the works since 2016, plans to level the two-story Auto Trust Services building at 255 Shipley Street and develop a modern four-story building upon its Western SoMa site could be approved on August 23. As initially designed and recently refined by Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects, the development... Read More »

CCA’s Master Plan Newly Rendered, Above and Below

CCA’s Master Plan Newly Rendered, Above and Below

The proposed multi-tiered addition to rise behind the California College of the Arts (CCA) campus in San Francisco has been newly rendered and detailed by Studio Gang Architects. As we first reported last month, the 96,000-square-foot addition would rise up to 57 feet in height, not including the frames... Read More »

Collective of Modern Condos Closer to Reality

Collective of Modern Condos Closer to Reality

As we first reported last year: Plans to level the two-story Auto Trust Services building at 255 Shipley Street have been drafted. And as proposed, a modern four-story building designed by Natoma Architects will rise across the Western SoMa site with 24 condos and parking for six cars. The... Read More »

New Plans for Redevelopment of This Historic Polk Street Site

New Plans for Redevelopment of This Historic Polk Street Site

As originally envisioned by Natoma Architects and formally proposed back in 2014, a modern six-story addition was to rise up to 85 feet in height atop the historic two-story building at 1033 Polk Street, with cantilevered balconies and a total of nine (9) new condos over 1,875 square feet... Read More »

Big Plans for a Dogpatch Warehouse and Penthouse Perch

Big Plans for a Dogpatch Warehouse and Penthouse Perch

Purchased along with the adjacent two-story Dogptach Victorian at 694 Tennessee Street for $3.25 million two years ago, plans to convert the 1,875-square-foot warehouse/garage at 690 Tennessee Street into a five-floor, 6,111-square-foot residential building are in the works. As designed by Natoma Architects, the proposed development features a “capsule-shaped... Read More »

Purple Building’s Days are Numbered, Tech Space to Rise

Purple Building’s Days are Numbered, Tech Space to Rise

As we wrote last year: Plans to raze the purple building at 340 11th Street, a former metal shop in the middle of San Francisco’s 11th Street Club Corridor, and construct a modern four-story building on its lot, have just been granted an exception from having to complete a... Read More »