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NoPa Development Pushback

NoPa Development Pushback

With a growing number of proposed developments along lower Divisadero in the works, including plans for a 152-unit building to rise across the Divisadero Car Wash site and a 60-unit building at Divisadero and Grove, a petition demanding that developers be required to nearly triple the minimum number of... Read More »

Proposed NoPa Development Redesigned and Supersized

Proposed NoPa Development Redesigned and Supersized

The original plan for redeveloping the old Alouis Radiator shop on the southeast corner of Divisadero and Grove called for retaining the existing building’s façade along Divisadero and constructing sixteen residential units in a five-story addition behind. But with zoning changes allowing for increased density along the Divisadero corridor... Read More »

Details And Designs For 152-Unit NoPa Development

Details And Designs For 152-Unit NoPa Development

As we reported earlier this year, plans to demolish the Divsadero Touchless Carwash and Shell gas station on the northeast corner of Divsadero and Oak are in the works and designs for a six-story building with over 150 residential units and nearly 8,000 square feet of retail space have... Read More »

Big Plans For Prominent NoPa Corner And Car Wash Site

Big Plans For Prominent NoPa Corner And Car Wash Site

Plans to demolish the Divsadero Touchless Carwash and Shell gas station on the northeast corner of Divsadero and Oak are in the works. As currently conceived by the development team working with Roy and Patty Shimek, the owners of the property, a four to six-story building with 160 market-rate... Read More »

Condos Rather Than Cold Ones On Divisadero Street

Condos Rather Than Cold Ones On Divisadero Street

A proposal to add four floors of residential space over the existing two-story garage at 834 Divisadero Street is making its way through Planning. Designed by Ian Birchall and Associates, the proposed development would rise 65 feet in height and create seven condos across the top four floors, seven parking... Read More »

Targeting Seven Percent More After Seven Months For A Saitowitz

Targeting Seven Percent More After Seven Months For A Saitowitz

Seven months after having closed escrow on the purchase of condo #202 within the new Stanley Saitowitz designed development at 2020 Ellis Street for $599,000, the buyer has returned the 648 square foot one-bedroom to the market listed for $639,000. While the property on the border of NoPa is... Read More »

New NoPa Condos, Restaurants, and Another Threat as Proposed?

New NoPa Condos, Restaurants, and Another Threat as Proposed?

While some fear that the proposed residential redevelopment of the Harding Theater on Divisadero could spell trouble for the Independent next door, it might be double trouble as the owner of the corner warehouse on the other side of the Independent is quietly working on plans to partially demolish... Read More »

Is NOPA Ready For The Harding’s Re-Development And Density?

Is NOPA Ready For The Harding’s Re-Development And Density?

Following years of battling with the Planning Board and preservationists, plans to gut the long shuttered Harding Theater at 616 Divisadero Street and build a mixed-use development with retail behind a restored façade and an eight-unit condo complex behind the theater were abandoned four years ago. Put on the... Read More »

Harding Theater (616 Divisadero): Developer Throwing In The Towel?

Harding Theater (616 Divisadero): Developer Throwing In The Towel?

Last week a plugged-in tipster noted for sale signs had been hung, and this weekend 616 Divisadero (a.k.a. the Harding Theater) hit the MLS listed for $4 million. In the words of another tipster, “After years of paying debt service and battling with the planning board, the developers of the... Read More »

Build Inc. Aims To Rebuild DMV And Add Housing/Retail

Build Inc. Aims To Rebuild DMV And Add Housing/Retail

“A state agency has selected San Francisco’s Build Inc. to redevelop the Department of Motor Vehicles field office in the Panhandle, a 2.5-acre parcel that could include a mixed-use project with housing and retail, as well as a new DMV regional office. Under the scenario being hammered out, Build... Read More »