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Bigger Church Street Project Even Closer to Reality

Bigger Church Street Project Even Closer to Reality

As we outlined last year, while plans to raze the former Sparky’s, and current Thorough Bread and Pastry, building and build up to six stories in height upon the 240-250 Church Street site had yet to be approved, they were working their way through Planning. Since then, an extra... Read More »

Haight Street Development Redesigned, Slated for Approval

Haight Street Development Redesigned, Slated for Approval

In the works since 2016, as we first reported at the time, refined plans for redeveloping the former Lee’s Meat and Popular Market site at 478-482 Haight Street could be approved next month. While bonus plans for a five-story building to rise up to 57 feet in height upon... Read More »

Change of Plans for Approved Elderly Care Facility

Change of Plans for Approved Elderly Care Facility

The plans for a mixed-use, four-story development to rise on the Grant’s Auto Repair shop parcel on the southeast corner of Mission Street and Foote Avenue, on the border of the Outer Mission and Crocker Amazon, were drafted back in 2018 and approved last year. And as approved, the... Read More »

Proposed Church Street Project Closer to Reality

Proposed Church Street Project Closer to Reality

To answer a reader’s question, while plans to raze the former Sparky’s and current Thorough Bread and Pastry building and build up to six stories in height upon the 240-250 Church Street site have yet to be approved, they are working their way through Planning. As recently rendered by... Read More »

Residential Infill Closer to Reality in Western SoMa

Residential Infill Closer to Reality in Western SoMa

The refined plans for a seven-story building to rise up to 70 feet in height upon the former City Paints building site at 1088 Howard Street, a Western SoMa site which is actually zoned for development up to 85 feet in height, have been newly rendered by Schaub Ly... Read More »

More (Unpermitted) Housing in San Francisco!

More (Unpermitted) Housing in San Francisco!

Six years ago, the plans for the four-story infill development at 2867-2899 San Bruno Avenue in Portola were drawn, approved and subsequently constructed. Technically five separate buildings, with 10 residential units over 10 “non-residential” office units and 5 ground floor commercial spaces as designed in order to conform to... Read More »

Plans for Building up in Bernal Heights

Plans for Building up in Bernal Heights

Plans to level the former cottage turned garage and “Udder Room” for the adjacent Avedano’s Holly Park Market on Cortland Avenue are in the works. As designed by Schaub Ly Architects and newly rendered below, a four-story building will rise up to 40 feet in height upon the 237... Read More »

Redesigned Bayview Development Closer to Reality

Redesigned Bayview Development Closer to Reality

In the works since 2014, the proposed Flatiron-style development to rise up to 60 feet in height on the triangular Bayview parcel known as 4101 Third Street, between Hudson and Innes Avenues, has been redesigned by Schaub Ly Architects for the project team. A previously proposed sixth story has... Read More »

Limited Plans for Building Up San Bruno Avenue

Limited Plans for Building Up San Bruno Avenue

Plans for a four building development to rise along San Bruno Avenue, between Mansell and Ward on the northern border of Visitacion Valley, have been drawn. But a historic storybook façade (which would be preserved but relocated a little south), billboard (for which there’s a sight-line easement to the... Read More »

Sidelined Excelsior District Development Closer to Reality

Sidelined Excelsior District Development Closer to Reality

Sidelined by the economy in 2006, not to mention ongoing concerns about the density of the proposed redevelopment and its impact on the neighborhood, the formal application to level the former Excelsior District Woolworth’s turned Dollar Store at 4550 Mission Street and construct a five-story building upon the site... Read More »