Articles Recently Tagged: Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure (OCII)

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Change in Plans to Expedite Development of New Tower

Change in Plans to Expedite Development of New Tower

The refined plans for a 61-story tower to rise up to 800 feet in height at 542-550 Howard Street (a.k.a. Transbay Parcel F) were approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission early last year, plans which could yield 165 condos, a 189-room hotel, 275,000 square feet of office space and... Read More »

Refined Timing and RFP to Activate SF’s Temporary Terminal Site

Refined Timing and RFP to Activate SF’s Temporary Terminal Site

With the waylaid redevelopment of San Francisco’s shuttered Temporary Terminal site not expected to break ground until sometime in 2022 (at the earliest), and construction on the southern third of the site and development of a new mid-block Transbay Park on the middle third of the site not expected... Read More »

Waylaid RFP for Temporary Terminal Site About to Be Released

Waylaid RFP for Temporary Terminal Site About to Be Released

Waylaid by the emergency closure and required fix of San Francisco’s new Salesforce/Transbay Transit Center, a refined request for proposals (RFP) to build around 250 units of below market rate (BMR) rental housing on the southern third of the shuttered Temporary Terminal Site, a nearly 43,000-square-foot site bounded by... Read More »

RFP for Affordable Condos to Rise in Mission Bay

RFP for Affordable Condos to Rise in Mission Bay

As we noted last month, when San Francisco’s 300-acre Mission Bay neighborhood is “fully developed” it is slated to encompass 6,500 units of housing; 4.4 million square feet of clinical, office and other commercial space; 419,000 square feet of retail; and over 40 acres of landscaped open space, totals... Read More »

RFP to Redevelop SF’s Temporary Terminal Site About to Be Issued

RFP to Redevelop SF’s Temporary Terminal Site About to Be Issued

A request for proposals to build around 240 units of affordable housing on the southern third of San Francisco’s Temporary Transbay Terminal Site, at 200 Folsom Street, between Beale and Main, is about to be issued by San Francisco’s Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure. As roughly massed below,... Read More »

Temporary Transbay Terminal to Become a Condo Showroom

Temporary Transbay Terminal to Become a Condo Showroom

While there are big plans to redevelop the Transbay District block bounded by Howard, Beale, Folsom and Main once San Francisco’s Temporary Transbay Terminal is shuttered after San Francisco’s new Transbay Transit Center opens sometime next year, the ground for around 240 affordable units to rise up to 165-feet... Read More »

Still No Full-Service Grocery in Sight for Transbay Block 8

Still No Full-Service Grocery in Sight for Transbay Block 8

It’s now been over two years since Related California cut 99 residential units from their development plans for Transbay Block 8 and reduced the project’s proposed grocery store space from 22,000 to 12,500 square feet, a reduction that rendered the space too small for a large grocer like Whole... Read More »

More Affordable Housing on the Way in South Mission Bay

More Affordable Housing on the Way in South Mission Bay

While Mission Bay North is fully developed, and the last market rate residential development to be built within the boundaries of Mission Bay South is under construction at 1000 Channel Street, on Mission Bay Block 1, there are still 868 units of affordable housing that have yet to be... Read More »

Timeline for Resolving Warriors Arena Lawsuit to Be Challenged

Timeline for Resolving Warriors Arena Lawsuit to Be Challenged

Having been certified as an Environmental Leadership Development Project by Governor Brown, Assembly Bill (AB) 900 requires that the CEQA-based challenge of the Golden State Warriors proposed Mission Bay Arena be resolved within 270 days of its certification which occurred on December 14, 2015. But AB 900 also outlines... Read More »

No Full-Service Grocery for Transbay Block 8 in Sight

No Full-Service Grocery for Transbay Block 8 in Sight

One year after having cut 99 residential units from their development plans for Transbay Block 8 and reduced the project’s proposed grocery store space from 22,000 to 12,500 square feet, a reduction that rendered the space too small for a large grocer like Whole Foods (which had expressed interest... Read More »