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The 325 Fremont Tower Scoop: Twenty-Five Stories In The Works

The 325 Fremont Tower Scoop: Twenty-Five Stories In The Works

A plan to build a 200-foot, twenty-two story building with 59 dwelling units at 325 Fremont was first approved over a decade ago, a plan which was revised in 2004 to yield 70 units but which never broke ground. In 2005, the Rincon Hill Plan was certified and the... Read More »

340 Fremont Scoop: Building Permit Filed For 400-Foot Tower

340 Fremont Scoop: Building Permit Filed For 400-Foot Tower

Granted a twelve-month extension to commence construction late last year, as a plugged-in reader alludes, the building permit has been filed to build a 40-story, 400-foot tower over an 85-foot podium with 345 condo mapped units and parking spaces at 340 Fremont: At least 40 percent of the units... Read More »

99,750 Reasons Your Agent Might Now Be Bullish On One Rincon Hill

99,750 Reasons Your Agent Might Now Be Bullish On One Rincon Hill

If your agent has suddenly become bullish on One Rincon Hill unit #2904, a plugged-in tipster notes there might be more than one reason why: According to an email sent to agents yesterday, the One Rincon Hill sales office is now offering a 5 percent commission to the “buyer’s... Read More »

399 Fremont Scoop: Redesigned And Pursuing Construction Permits

399 Fremont Scoop: Redesigned And Pursuing Construction Permits

The proposed 400-foot tower to rise at 399 Fremont has been redesigned, and while the project sponsors are now seeking another extension to start building, according to a plugged-in source, financing has been arranged, they are in the process of pursuing construction permits, and they expect to break ground... Read More »

One Rincon Hill: The Ground Has Been Broken For Tower Two

One Rincon Hill: The Ground Has Been Broken For Tower Two

The ground has been broken for tower two at One Rincon Hill to rise. As we first reported earlier this year with respect to the 299-unit Phase II: “For the floor plans and unit layouts, Phase II will combine the two adjacent small one bedroom units at the center... Read More »

One Rincon Hill’s Tower Two Targeting June 11 Construction Start

One Rincon Hill’s Tower Two Targeting June 11 Construction Start

As we first reported with respect to One Rincon Hill’s Phase and Tower 2 in March: Construction is anticipated to start approximately June 1, 2012 and be completed in an estimated 26 months. The building design, unit size and unit mix can be summarized as a 50 story [or... Read More »

The Arquitectonica Redesigned 201 Folsom Street Rendering Scoop

The Arquitectonica Redesigned 201 Folsom Street Rendering Scoop

Arquitectonica blows the 725 doors off the old Heller Manus design for Tishman Speyer’s development at 201 Folsom. And as promised, we have the rendering and design scoop. The 80 foot full-lot podium is gone, instead two podium buildings topped with park-like outdoor areas for residents rise on the... Read More »

Presenting Oscar Park (And A Chance To Provide Feedback)

Presenting Oscar Park (And A Chance To Provide Feedback)

Slated to bring over an acre of green and outdoor recreation space to the Transbay neighborhood, the bulk of Oscar Park will reside between Clementina and Tehama Streets, extending north and south along the new Oscar Alley. In addition, “extensions of the park east to First Street, north to... Read More »

45 Lansing Take Two: Latest Renderings And Smaller Units Proposed

45 Lansing Take Two: Latest Renderings And Smaller Units Proposed

Having purchased the plot of land at 45 Lansing from Turnberry which had entitled and targeted the parcel for 227 uberluxury housing units, this afternoon San Francisco’s Planning Commission will review the new developer’s proposal for increasing the number of units in the building to 320. While the building... Read More »

A Lavishly Remodeled 75 Lansing Returns Boasting Feng Shui to Boot

A Lavishly Remodeled 75 Lansing Returns Boasting Feng Shui to Boot

Purchased for $620,000 in September 2006 but “lavishly remodeled” with Venetian plaster, Italian tile, and exotic woods, and with a floor plan “inspired by a Feng Shui Master,” 75 Lansing #1 returned to the market at the end of 2010 asking $1,098,000. Reduced to $978,000 and then withdrawn from... Read More »