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Impacts and Hearing for 395-Unit Lower Potrero Hill Development

Impacts and Hearing for 395-Unit Lower Potrero Hill Development

The Impact Report for the proposed 395-unit Lower Potrero Hill development to rise up to six-stories in height at 16th and Mississippi, and up to four stories along 17th Street, has just been published and the public hearing for the project has been scheduled for September 17. As designed... Read More »

Tech Space On Former Cemetery And UCSF Campus Site?

Tech Space On Former Cemetery And UCSF Campus Site?

Up until the early 1940s, the parcel upon which UCSF’s current 10-acre Laurel Heights campus was built was part of the Laurel Hill Cemetery.  Transferred to the San Francisco Unified School District, the Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company purchased the property from the SFUSD in 1953 and built its corporate... Read More »

Another Battle Brewing Over Plans For Lower Potrero Hill Site

Another Battle Brewing Over Plans For Lower Potrero Hill Site

With Kaiser Permanente having been dissuaded from building their Medical Office Building at 16th and Mississippi in Lower Potrero Hill, or “LoPo” if you will, new plans for a 260-unit residential building to rise up to six stories on the northern half of the Corovan Storage Facility site have... Read More »

From Funeral Home To Apartments As Proposed

From Funeral Home To Apartments As Proposed

The Prado Group has quietly filed plans to add three floors of residential units atop the existing Sullivan’s Funeral Home building at 2254 Market Street and construct two new buildings, rising up to 50-feet in height along Market Street and 40-feet along 15th Street, on the funeral home’s parking... Read More »

Big Deal To Redevelop UCSF’s Laurel Heights Campus Inked

Big Deal To Redevelop UCSF’s Laurel Heights Campus Inked

The development team which has been negotiating with the University of California San Francisco for the right to redevelop UCSF’s 10-acre Laurel Heights campus at 3333 California Street has inked a deal to move forward and “maximize the value of the property.” According to the Business Times, SKS Partners LLC... Read More »

Whole Foods Green-Lighted In Noe (And As Proposed On Market)

Whole Foods Green-Lighted In Noe (And As Proposed On Market)

While Whole Foods Market has been given the green light to take over the shuttered (but unfortunately not razed and to be rebuilt) Bell Market on 24th in Noe, the Prado Group continues to push forward with a proposed mixed-use development at 2001 Market Street which would replace the... Read More »