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Let There Be Housing, Parking Be Damned

Let There Be Housing, Parking Be Damned

Speaking of redeveloping a (one-time) church, a public hearing to review the plans for converting the Spanish Colonial Oakland church and school at 1638 47th Avenue into 60 apartments will be held by the City’s Planning Commission next week. As proposed by Riaz Inc. and designed by Artthaus, the... Read More »

Revised Plans for Embattled Lombard Street Site

Revised Plans for Embattled Lombard Street Site

The formal application for a four-story building with 53 condos over a ground-floor retail space and garage for 53 cars to rise across the former Blockbuster parcel at 2444 Lombard Street in the Marina, which is currently occupied by Wolf & Lion, has been submitted to the City and is... Read More »

Illicit Parking Pad Project: Phase Two

Illicit Parking Pad Project: Phase Two

Having been informed that securing approvals and a valid permit to legally add an off-street parking pad to his home could be challenging and time consuming, a Sunnyside homeowner engaged a landscaper to simply start digging, permits, plans and the City be damned (as we first reported last week).... Read More »

In For A Penny…

In For A Penny…

The single-family Sunnyside home at 698 Joost Avenue was purchased for $705,000 without a garage or off-street parking space in January of last year. Last month, the buyer of the home met with San Francisco’s Planning Department to discuss excavating the home’s sloped lot using Excavation Contractors to build... Read More »

Designs For More Parking In Berkeley, Not Less

Designs For More Parking In Berkeley, Not Less

If approved this week, the five-story, 440-space Center Street Parking Garage at 2025 Center Street in Downtown Berkeley, which is owned by the City, will be razed and an eight-story, 711-space replacement garage will rise upon the site. The proposed structure includes a new location for the Downtown Berkeley... Read More »

Strong Support For Condos Sans Parking At 7th And Bryant

Strong Support For Condos Sans Parking At 7th And Bryant

Plans to demolish the single story office building on the southwest corner of 7th and Bryant have been submitted to Planning.  And as proposed, a five-story building with 16 condos and parking for 16 bikes, and zero cars, would rise on the Showplace Square site. In order to proceed,... Read More »

Plans For Seven Stories And 1:1 Parking In The Mission

Plans For Seven Stories And 1:1 Parking In The Mission

Plans to raze the two one-story auto repair buildings on the southeast corner of 16th and Florida Streets have been submitted to Planning.  And as proposed, a seven-story development would rise up to 68 feet on the corner, with 53 new Mission District condos over parking for 53 cars.... Read More »

The Projected Impact Of Two 13-Story Towers On Pine

The Projected Impact Of Two 13-Story Towers On Pine

The Environmental Impact Report for the development of 262 condos, two floors of commercial space, and parking for 245 cars on Pine Street between Van Ness and Franklin is slated to be certified in two weeks, a certification would help clear the way for the two 13-story towers to... Read More »

Ballot Measure “To Restore SF’s Transportation Balance” Proposed

A proposed ballot measure entitled “Restoring Transportation Balance in San Francisco” has been submitted to San Francisco’s Department of Elections for processing. From the draft summary for the decidedly pro-car measure, which starts by noting that, “with 79% of San Francisco households owning or leasing an automobile…it is time... Read More »

Growing Pains And Gouging For Electric Vehicles In Mission Bay

When Bosa built the Madrone down in Mission Bay, five electric vehicle (EV) charging stations with two plugs each were installed in the building’s garage for a total of ten potential parking spaces from which EV’s, such as a Tesla, can be charged. While the ten spaces for EV’s... Read More »