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Bonus Plans for Infill Condos to Rise on Turk

Bonus Plans for Infill Condos to Rise on Turk

Plans to redevelop the 6,000-square-foot parking lot at 530 Turk Street are in the works. And as envisioned by JS Sullivan Development and rendered by rg-Architecture below, an 11-story building would rise up to 115 feet in height upon the Tenderloin site, adjacent to the 108-unit below market rate... Read More »

Refined Plans for Building up Broadway Approved. But…

Refined Plans for Building up Broadway Approved. But…

The refined plans for two distinct buildings to rise up to 64 feet in height on the parking lot parcel at 425 Broadway, which wraps around the three-story Crowbar building on the corner of Broadway and Montgomery, were approved, as slated, and an exemption from having to complete an... Read More »

Bonus Plans for Another Parking Garage Site on the Boards

Bonus Plans for Another Parking Garage Site on the Boards

Purchased along with the 7-story office building on the southwest corner of Francisco and Montgomery for $91 million in the fourth quarter of 2016, plans to raze the four-story, 274-space parking garage at 55 Francisco Street have been drawn.  And as envisioned, a 6-story building could rise up to... Read More »

Affordable Infill Housing on the Boards

Affordable Infill Housing on the Boards

Plans for a 7-story building to rise up to 75 feet in height upon the St. Mark’s Square and Martin Luther Tower parking lot parcels which front Ellis Street, between Franklin and Gough, have been drawn. As designed by Van Meter Williams Pollack for the John Stewart Company, the... Read More »

Challenges for That 1,066-Foot-Tall Tower as Proposed

Challenges for That 1,066-Foot-Tall Tower as Proposed

As we first outlined this past November: Engineered by Planning and adopted back in 2012, San Francisco’s Transit Center District Plan (TCDP) was designed to limit the number of tall buildings that would rise above the city’s downtown core, with building heights stepping down from the Salesforce/Transbay Transit Center... Read More »

Telegraph Hill Project Has Been Supersized as Well

Telegraph Hill Project Has Been Supersized as Well

While Planning’s preliminary review of the preliminary plans for a seven-story, 24-unit building to rise up to 84 feet in height upon the parking garage parcel at 955 Sansome Street, at the base of Telegraph Hill, didn’t raise any major red flags, it did elicit “multiple inquiries from individuals... Read More »

Common Sense Prevails, Upscale Nob Hill Project Approved

Common Sense Prevails, Upscale Nob Hill Project Approved

As we outlined back in October, the refined plans for razing the two-story parking garage at 1320 Washington Street and building a six-story, 25-unit building upon the Nob Hill site were getting closer to reality, plans which were subsequently approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission last month. And with... Read More »

Plans for Another Bigger Infill Tower Progress

Plans for Another Bigger Infill Tower Progress

As we revealed earlier this year, plans for a 35-story tower to rise on the 90-space parking lot parcel at 395 3rd Street, on the northeast corner of 3rd and Harrison, cater-corner to the approved One Vassar development and a block away from the approved tower to rise at... Read More »

Tower May Conflict with Skyline Policy, Alternatives Sought

Tower May Conflict with Skyline Policy, Alternatives Sought

Engineered by Planning and adopted back in 2012, San Francisco’s Transit Center District Plan (TCDP) was designed to limit the number of tall buildings that would rise above the city’s downtown core, with building heights stepping down from the Salesforce/Transbay Transit Center Tower to establish a rolling skyline when... Read More »

Outer Sunset Infill on the Boards, Permits Requested

Outer Sunset Infill on the Boards, Permits Requested

Plans for a three-story infill building to rise upon the Outer Sunset parking lot parcel at 2513 Irving Street, between 26th and 27th Avenues, have been drawn. As designed by LPAS Architecture and Design for the Police Credit Union of California, which owns the site, the building will rise... Read More »