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No Progress for North Beach Subway Extension, and a Setback

No Progress for North Beach Subway Extension, and a Setback

While Supervisor Christensen is gone, the report she requested as to the status of the City’s discussions with the owner of the Pagoda Palace site to acquire the 1731 Powell Street parcel for the development of a North Beach station and extension of San Francisco’s $2.2 billion Central Subway... Read More »

Supervisor Fanning North Beach Subway Site Flames

Supervisor Fanning North Beach Subway Site Flames

The City isn’t about to lose a key Central Subway site to condos as the Examiner recently reported, for those plans were proposed and approved years ago.  Or as we reported in 2013: “The demolition of the derelict North Beach Pagoda Theater is underway. Once the theater is demolished, a shaft to... Read More »

Demolition Of Derelict Pagoda Theater Is Underway

Demolition Of Derelict Pagoda Theater Is Underway

The demolition of the derelict North Beach Pagoda Theater is underway. Once the theater is demolished, a shaft to extract the boring machines for San Francisco’s Central Subway project will be constructed upon the site which MUNI has leased for two years at $131,250 per month. And once the... Read More »

Muni Will Pay $131,250 Per Month To Lease The Pagoda Theater Site

Muni Will Pay $131,250 Per Month To Lease The Pagoda Theater Site

As we reported last week: While Muni has a plan to demolish the derelict Pagoda Theater and extract the Central Subway tunneling machines from the North Beach site rather than digging up Columbus Avenue for the task, they don’t yet have a lease. As such, the Planning Commission’s scheduled... Read More »

Pagoda Theater Demolition Vote Delayed Until Muni Has A Lease

Pagoda Theater Demolition Vote Delayed Until Muni Has A Lease

While Muni has a plan to demolish the derelict Pagoda Theater and extract the Central Subway tunneling machines from the North Beach site rather than digging up Columbus Avenue for the task, they don’t yet have a lease. As such, the Planning Commission’s scheduled vote to approve the plan... Read More »

Demolition Of Derelict North Beach Pagoda Theater Set For Approval

Demolition Of Derelict North Beach Pagoda Theater Set For Approval

The rehabilitation and rebuilding of the gutted and long blighted North Beach Pagoda Theater was first approved in 2008, with plans to convert the theater into 18 condos over two ground floor commercial spaces and parking for 27 cars. Seeking to quell the concerns of North Beach merchants and... Read More »

A Plan For San Francisco’s Central Subway To Stop In North Beach

A Plan For San Francisco’s Central Subway To Stop In North Beach

The construction plan for San Francisco’s five stop Central Subway line has long called for digging to continue beyond the last northern stop on the line at Washington and Stockton down in Chinatown in order to excavate the subway drilling machines. Seeking to quell the vocal concerns of North... Read More »

North Beach Pagoda Theater Set To Be Sold To New Yorkers Today?

North Beach Pagoda Theater Set To Be Sold To New Yorkers Today?

According to a tipster, Joel Campos who purchased the long shuttered North Beach Pagoda Theater in 2004 and waged a long battle to secure approvals to develop the blighted building is in contract to sell the shell to a New York based developer today. While we haven’t been able... Read More »

Pagoda Theater Preview (And Signs Of Progress All Around)

Pagoda Theater Preview (And Signs Of Progress All Around)

In addition to the proposed rehabilitation and expansion of David Ireland’s 500 Capp Street, and a vote on the proposed 48-unit development at 1645 Pacific, the long shuttered North Beach Pagoda Theater is back in front of San Francisco’s Planning Commission tomorrow afternoon. With authorization to convert the dilapidated... Read More »

North Beach Pagoda Theater Plans Approved By Planning, But…

North Beach Pagoda Theater Plans Approved By Planning, But…

“A gutted hulk of an old movie house in the heart of San Francisco’s North Beach took a big step toward a new life Thursday when the Planning Commission approved converting the into condominium dwellings and a Mexican restaurant.” “It is widely believed that opponents will... Read More »