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The Plan For 1601 Mariposa And 291 More Potrero Hill Homes

The Plan For 1601 Mariposa And 291 More Potrero Hill Homes

As we first reported in January with respect to Related’s proposal to demolish three Potrero Hill industrial structures between Mariposa and 18th Streets and construct two buildings with 291 dwelling units over 5,300 square feet of commercial space and parking for 235 cars across from Potrero’s Jackson Playground and... Read More »

Add 291 Units To Potrero Hill’s Housing Pipeline

Add 291 Units To Potrero Hill’s Housing Pipeline

Related California, the Irvine based developer of The Paramount in San Francisco, has quietly filed a proposal to demolish the three one-story industrial buildings at 1601 Mariposa Street with plans to construct two buildings with 291 dwelling units over 5,300 square feet of commercial space and parking for 235... Read More »

Potrero Hill Development Proposal: 101 Units On Texas, Yee-Haw!

Potrero Hill Development Proposal: 101 Units On Texas, Yee-Haw!

Trumark Homes is testing the development waters in San Francisco having quietly proposed to demolish the two twenty-two foot buildings at 645 Texas Street on the south side of Potrero Hill in order to construct a 40-foot-tall building with 101 residential units which would front Mississippi and 22nd Streets... Read More »

Before And After, Inside And Out: 901 De Haro On Potrero Hill

Before And After, Inside And Out: 901 De Haro On Potrero Hill

Above, the façade of 901 De Haro Street before its recent renovation. Below, the carefully cropped façade of the house as it now appears and on the market asking $3,450,000: An elevator now connects the rebuilt and expanded four-level home with four bedrooms and four baths and a living... Read More »

The Plans For 181 New Homes Along 17th Street In Lower Potrero Hill

The Plans For 181 New Homes Along 17th Street In Lower Potrero Hill

On the southern half of the Corovan site in Lower Potrero Hill, behind Kaiser’s Potrero Hill Medical Services Building that’s proposed to rise along 16th Street, 181 residential units over 135 parking spaces will be built at 1200 17th Street if development is approved. Varied in height and a... Read More »

Designs For Kaiser’s Proposed Potrero Hill Medical Services Building

Designs For Kaiser’s Proposed Potrero Hill Medical Services Building

While reaching 84-feet and raising the hackles of “Save Lower Potrero Hill”, Kaiser Permanente’s proposed Potrero Hill Medical Services Building at 901 16th Street is actually five levels topped by mechanical screening over a three-level basement garage. Behind the medical office building, “Kaiser Green” would grow: And as plugged-in... Read More »

Fighting To Save Their Lower Potrero Hill Neighborhood (And Views)

Fighting To Save Their Lower Potrero Hill Neighborhood (And Views)

Kaiser Permanente’s proposed development of an 84-foot tall medical office building fronting 16th Street west of Mississippi in Lower Potrero Hill, “LoPo” if you will, has a group of Potrero Hill residents and business owners fighting “to preserve the unique quality of neighborhood for the benefit of all.”... Read More »

Apples-To-Apples: Prices, Rates And Payments…Oh My!

Apples-To-Apples: Prices, Rates And Payments…Oh My!

Having hit the market in late 2006 asking $1,295,000, the 1,792 square foot 2130 24th Street #A sold for $1,274,000 in the middle of 2007. With its Scavolini cabinets, Carrara marble counters, and Black Walnut floors still looking rather fresh, the contemporary Potrero Hill condo is back on the... Read More »

The San Francisco Bay Guardian Sells (Out?)

The San Francisco Bay Guardian Sells (Out?)

Union Property Capital (UPC) is in contract is to purchase the San Francisco Bay Guardian’s Potrero Hill headquarters building at 135 Mississippi for $6.5 million. Guardian owner Bruce Brugmann purchased the building for $4.7 million in 2002. From the Business Times with respect to a bit of sale hypocrisy... Read More »

The Designs For Daggett Park

The Designs For Daggett Park

This Monday, January 23, San Francisco’s Planning commission will present the schematic design for Daggett Park to the San Francisco Arts Commission, which, through their Civic Design Review process, is tasked with reviewing the design of all public projects. As proposed, the park will include a tilted lawn, “penta-step”... Read More »