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Revised Plans for Major Redevelopment Emerge

Revised Plans for Major Redevelopment Emerge

While ambitious plans to redevelop the nearly 6-acre Recology site at 900 7th Street – which is bounded by 7th, Berry, De Haro, Carolina and Channel – are moving forward and entering the environmental impact phase, the parameters of the proposed development have changed. As originally proposed, the preliminary... Read More »

Apples-to-Apples for a Modern Potrero Hill View Home

Apples-to-Apples for a Modern Potrero Hill View Home

Purchased for $3.425 million in June of 2016, the renovated Potrero Hill home at 779 Wisconsin Street features “breath-taking views from every floor,” with an open concept main floor, four bedrooms, three and one half baths, “leading-edge finishes” throughout, an EV charger in the one-car garage, a terraced rear... Read More »

Big Plans for Odd Shaped Lower Potrero Hill Site

Big Plans for Odd Shaped Lower Potrero Hill Site

Plans to level the odd shaped, low slung commercial complex at 300 De Haro Street (which is currently home to Sally’s Deli, Torraku Ramen, Bunn Mike, El Sur, Unspuntech, Tip Toes Nail Salon, Mike and Maaike, and Roadster) are in the works. And as envisioned by DM Development, which... Read More »

Kinders Out, Retail In

Kinders Out, Retail In

Plans to merge the former ARCH Art Supplies building at 99 Missouri Street and the shuttered Anthony’s Auto Collision Center at 1240 17th Street, and convert the combined 13,000-square-foot Lower Potrero Hill space into a new child care center, which had been in the works since 2015, have been... Read More »

Ambitious Potrero Hill Infill Project has Traded Hands

Ambitious Potrero Hill Infill Project has Traded Hands

As we outlined back in 2017: The 125-foot stretch of land between the Potrero Hill homes at 905 and 953 Kansas Street has never before been developed, perhaps because of the large rock outcropping which dominates the site. But said stretch is legally five developable parcels. And as newly... Read More »

Plans for Major Planning Changes and Redevelopment Advance

Plans for Major Planning Changes and Redevelopment Advance

As envisioned, over 1,000 units of housing; nearly 400,000 square feet of new office, lab and/or PDR space; 11,000 square feet of retail; and off-street parking for 1,060 cars would rise up to 240 feet in height on Recology’s roughly 6-acre site at 900 7th Street. But as we... Read More »

Massive Recology Site Rezoning and Redevelopment Plans Revealed

Massive Recology Site Rezoning and Redevelopment Plans Revealed

Ambitious plans to redevelop the nearly 6-acre Recology site at 900 7th Street – which is bounded by 7th, Berry, De Haro, Carolina and Channel – are in the works. And as envisioned by SOM, the $850 million development could yield over 1,000 units of housing; nearly 400,000 square... Read More »

CCA’s Master Plan Newly Rendered, Above and Below

CCA’s Master Plan Newly Rendered, Above and Below

The proposed multi-tiered addition to rise behind the California College of the Arts (CCA) campus in San Francisco has been newly rendered and detailed by Studio Gang Architects. As we first reported last month, the 96,000-square-foot addition would rise up to 57 feet in height, not including the frames... Read More »

The Master Plans for CCA’s Big Expansion Have Been Drafted

The Master Plans for CCA’s Big Expansion Have Been Drafted

In addition to the revised plans for 520 beds of student housing to rise up to five stories in height on its 188 Hooper Street site at the intersection of Hooper, Eighth, Carolina and Channel, the California College of the Arts is planning to construct a new 96,000-square-foot academic... Read More »

Conversion of Historic Convalescent Home Closer to Reality

Conversion of Historic Convalescent Home Closer to Reality

With the owner having retired and the former convalescent home having been shuttered, plans to convert the historic three-story building at 331 Pennsylvania Avenue, which was designed by Frederick H. Meyer, constructed by the Bethlehem Steel Company in 1916, and first served as the Union Iron Works Hospital, into... Read More »