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Revised Plans For Daggett Place (AKA 1000 16th St.) Up For Approval

Revised Plans For Daggett Place (AKA 1000 16th St.) Up For Approval

Plans for 468 new residential units, 14,625 square feet of retail including two restaurants, and 7,000 square feet for production, distribution and repair (PDR) to rise on the two vacant lots bordered by Hubbell, 7th, and 16th Streets are up for approval next Thursday. Located on a triangular site... Read More »

752 Carolina On Our Minds (For The Second Time In Three Years)

752 Carolina On Our Minds (For The Second Time In Three Years)

Its three wings, with 3,455 square feet of space wrapped around a central courtyard and surrounded by gardens designed by Jeffery Miller, were built across three adjacent Potrero Hill lots in 1997. Asking $3,000,000 in early 2008, the sale of 752 Carolina quickly closed escrow with a reported contract... Read More »

Rebuild Potrero: The Master Plan, Timeline And Community Events

Rebuild Potrero: The Master Plan, Timeline And Community Events

The master planning process for the redevelopment of the 33-acre Potrero Annex and Terrace public housing development continues to move forward as part of Hope SF. As proposed, the Rebuild Potrero project would not only rebuild the current 606 public housing units but add 350-500 BMR units, 450-600 market... Read More »

1717 17th Street: Eastern Neighborhoods Plan In Action As Proposed

1717 17th Street: Eastern Neighborhoods Plan In Action As Proposed

Recently rezoned from Light Industrial to Urban Mixed-Use as part of the Eastern Neighborhoods Area Plan, the proposed 1717 17th Street project would demolish three existing buildings between De Haro and Carolina representing 12,000 square feet of Production, Distribution and Repair (PDR) and a surface area parking lot. In... Read More »

Strike Up The Band, 610 Rhode Island (“Kronos House”) Returns

Strike Up The Band, 610 Rhode Island (“Kronos House”) Returns

On the market in 2007 asking $2,300,000, the Daniel Solomon designed 610 Rhode Island (a.k.a. Kronos House) garnered four offers and sold for $2,551,000 that August. Quietly on the market for the past few months asking $2,500,000, the list price is being lowered to $2,400,000 and the house should... Read More »

A Rather Red Kitchen (And 58 Other Photos) We Couldn’t Resist

A Rather Red Kitchen (And 58 Other Photos) We Couldn’t Resist

There’s a lot to look at in the listing for 719 Carolina, and we’re not just talking about the number of photos (59) but rather renovations, materials, and styles alike. And yes, a rather red Scavollini kitchen we simply couldn’t resist (showing)… Read More »

David Baker’s Daggett Place Destiny To Be (Partially) Decided Today

David Baker’s Daggett Place Destiny To Be (Partially) Decided Today

The David Baker + Partners designed Daggett Place development proposed for the triangle bordered by Hubbell, 7th, and 16th Streets in San Francisco finds itself in front of the Planning Commission today to (hopefully) finalize its environmental impact report (EIR). Three buildings with residential units atop retail and light... Read More »

610 Rhode Island From The Inside (Literally And Figuratively)

610 Rhode Island From The Inside (Literally And Figuratively)

So here’s the inside scoop on 610 Rhode Island. Designed by Daniel Solomon, the home was built in 1989 for Kronos Quartet cellist Joan Jeanrenaud (one of the bedrooms was originally her rehearsal studio) and her husband, recording artist and producer Pat Gleeson (one of the bedrooms was originally... Read More »

Coming Soon: Another Possibility In Potrero?

Coming Soon: Another Possibility In Potrero?

Two months ago we gave 2130b 24th Street two thumbs up (“A Possibility In Potrero?”) and provided our readers with the inside scoop: 2130a (the top two floors and ~1,800 sqft) would hit the market in a couple of months. Well, according to a tipster, 2130b sold after just... Read More »

A Possibility In Potrero?

A Possibility In Potrero?

While le blog exuberance applauds the exterior, we’re quite impressed with what’s inside 2130 24th Street #B (at least based on the pictures). The South facing lower level condo is three bedrooms and two baths over 1,500 square feet; has a kitchen outfitted with “Bosch Appliances & Scavolini Cabinets”... Read More »