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Densified Polk Street Development Slated for Approval

Densified Polk Street Development Slated for Approval

In the works since 2018 and since further densified, plans to level the Jug Shop complex on the northeast corner of Polk and Pacific and develop a six-story, mixed-use building on the 2030 Polk Street site, which is to be rebranded “1580 Pacific Avenue,” despite a lobby which is... Read More »

Western SoMa Infill on the Boards

Western SoMa Infill on the Boards

With the big redevelopment of the former German Motors Collision Center building behind the arched brick façade along Berwick Place underway, plans to raze the little, 13-foot-tall industrial building on the corner of Berwick and (10) Heron Street are in the works. And as rendered by rg-Architecture, a four-story... Read More »

Problems for Post Street Redevelopment as Proposed

Problems for Post Street Redevelopment as Proposed

As we first revealed last year: Plans to raze the 4-story office building at 2233 Post Street, between Scott and Divisadero in Lower Pac Heights, are in the works. And while the site is principally only zoned for development up to 50 feet in height, plans for a 7-story,... Read More »

Bonus Plans for Building Up Post Street

Bonus Plans for Building Up Post Street

Plans to raze the 4-story office building at 2233 Post Street, between Scott and Divisadero in Lower Pac Heights, are in the works. And while the site is principally only zoned for development up to 50 feet in height, plans for a 7-story, mixed-use building to rise up to... Read More »

Bigger Plans for Ocean Avenue Development Closer to Reality

Bigger Plans for Ocean Avenue Development Closer to Reality

As we outlined two years ago, nearly to the day: The designs for a 125-unit development to rise up to five stories in height upon the former Crayon Box/Little Bear preschool site at 65 Ocean Avenue, between Cayuga Avenue and Alemany Boulevard, have been newly rendered by rg-architecture and... Read More »

Waylaid Mission District Development Redesigned, Closer to Reality

Waylaid Mission District Development Redesigned, Closer to Reality

In the works since 2014 but waylaid by the adoption and subsequent extension of ‘Interim Controls’ to limit new market-rate housing, office and retail developments in the Mission, and then by pushback from neighborhood groups concerned about “the mass of the building” over the past couple of years, plans... 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 »

Sexy Time Redevelopment Closer to Reality

Sexy Time Redevelopment Closer to Reality

As we first reported last year: “Plans to raze the recently shuttered Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality building at 1523 Franklin Street and construct a decidedly modern building designed by Alan Tse and Charles Chan Architectural Studio upon its corner parcel have been abandoned. But plans to... Read More »

Denser Jug Shop Redevelopment Closer to Reality

Denser Jug Shop Redevelopment Closer to Reality

As we first reported last year, plans to level the iconic Jug Shop complex on the northeast corner of Polk and Pacific are in the works, with preliminary plans for a six-story building, with 43 market rate condos over 6,500 square feet of new restaurant/retail space, to rise up... Read More »

Modern Mount Olympus Development Even Closer to Reality

Modern Mount Olympus Development Even Closer to Reality

As we first reported earlier this year: Plans for a modern 10-unit development to effectively rise on the northwest corner of 17th and Roosevelt, below the summit of San Francisco’s Mount Olympus on the southern border of Ashbury Heights, have been in the works since 2014. As proposed by... Read More »