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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 »

Opposed Mission District Development Slated for Approval

Opposed Mission District Development Slated for Approval

While opposed by a number of neighborhood factions, two new buildings could rise up to 78 feet in height upon the Mission District parking lot parcels across from the Armory on 14th Street. As designed by BAR Architects for Manouch Moshayedi/MX3 Ventures, a seven-story building on the southern parcel... Read More »

Bonus Plans for Building Up in The Mission

Bonus Plans for Building Up in The Mission

With the Advance Pleating & Button Company having shuttered in the Mission, plans to raze its three-building, through-block complex at 750 Florida Street, which stretches to 777 Alabama Street, between 19th and 20th, are in the works. And as envisioned, an eight-story development, with 94 new condos over 7,240... Read More »

Plans for an Historic Renovation, Addition and Repurposing

Plans for an Historic Renovation, Addition and Repurposing

Built for the Eng-Skell Co. (which is now known as ESCO Foods) in 1930, the three-story Art Deco building at 1035 Howard Street provided laboratory, manufacturing, warehouse and office space for the development and production of flavoring extracts, soda fountains, toppings and syrups. And having been deeded to Embarcadeo... Read More »

Growing Demand in Southern Bayview

Growing Demand in Southern Bayview

A number of large Production, Distribution and Repair (PDR) spaces in San Francisco’s Southern Bayview District, as well as elsewhere in the city, have been quietly been converted to indoor “grow houses” over the past few years, with businesses providing the equipment needed to maintain indoor grow houses such... 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 »

The Growth of San Francisco’s Downtown

The Growth of San Francisco’s Downtown

Of the record 67,800 residential units in the current pipeline of development across San Francisco, roughly 10,000 of the units, or 15 percent, fall within the boundaries of the city’s Greater Downtown, which now includes most of the burgeoning Transbay District but only a sliver of Central SoMa. At... Read More »

Refined Design for Modern Infill Project as Envisioned

Refined Design for Modern Infill Project as Envisioned

In the works since 2016, plans to level the two-story Auto Trust Services building at 255 Shipley Street and develop a modern four-story building upon its Western SoMa site could be approved on August 23. As initially designed and recently refined by Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects, the development... Read More »

Waylaid Mission District Development Modified, Slated for Approval

Waylaid Mission District Development Modified, Slated for Approval

Waylaid by a groundswell of local opposition, plans to mostly demolish the brick and timber Fitzgerald Furniture Company building on the northeast corner of 19th and Bryant Streets and develop a contemporary six-story building upon the Mission District site could be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this afternoon.... Read More »

Central SoMa Development Closer to Reality Sans X Space

Central SoMa Development Closer to Reality Sans X Space

Having qualified for a streamlined environmental review, plans to raze the former Pacific Bicycles building at 345 4th Street could be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission next week. And having avoided being classified as an industrial building, as it was originally built back in 1925 and which could... Read More »