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Opposed Twin Peaks Infill Project Officially Approved

Opposed Twin Peaks Infill Project Officially Approved

While San Francisco’s Planning Department had received 41 letters in opposition to the proposed infill development to rise up to 46 in height upon the seemingly shoehorned Twin Peaks parcel at 4512 23rd Street, which technically fronts a little known spur of 23rd Street and Argent Alley, between Market... Read More »

Supersized Twin Peaks Infill Project Slated for Approval

Supersized Twin Peaks Infill Project Slated for Approval

Purchased for $800,000 in August of 2019, the seemingly shoehorned Twin Peaks parcel at 4512 23rd Street, which technically fronts a little known spur of 23rd Street and Argent Alley, between Market Street and Corbett Avenue, measures 3,027 square feet and is zoned for the development of up to... Read More »

Another Infill Project Slated for Approval, Despite Objections

Another Infill Project Slated for Approval, Despite Objections

Speaking of infill projects, the plans for a proposed six-story, 60-foot-tall building to rise on 18th Street, between Church and Sanchez, could be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this afternoon, as newly rendered by SIA Consulting (yes, that SIA Consulting) below. As we revealed last year: Purchased for... Read More »

Senior Building Inspector Under Investigation in San Francisco

Having admitted to accepting a previously unreported loan of $180,000 from Freydoon Ghassemzadeh, whose family operates SIA Consulting and development, a San Francisco Building Inspector that signed-off on a number of SIA Consulting’s projects in San Francisco is now under investigation and has been placed on administrative leave. According... Read More »

Historic Theater Back on the Market, Plans Have Been Drawn

Historic Theater Back on the Market, Plans Have Been Drawn

While plans for redeveloping the northwest corner of Clement Street and 23rd Avenue, upon which the historic 4-Star Theater sits at 2200 Clement, have been drafted by SIA Consulting, including a set of plans which envision a 6-story building rising up to 60 feet in height upon the site,... Read More »

Western SoMa Infill Back on the Boards

Western SoMa Infill Back on the Boards

Purchased for $1.25 million in March of 2006, plans to raze the two-story industrial building at 244 9th Street and construct an 8-story residential building on the Western SoMa site have been drafted by SIA Consulting. As envisioned, the 8-story building would yield 27 apartments, a mix of 13... Read More »

Revised Plans for Approved Club Zone Project

Revised Plans for Approved Club Zone Project

While permits for a five-story, 19-unit residential building to rise up to 55 feet in height upon the Western SoMa site at 33 Norfolk, a merged parcel which abuts the rear property lines of a couple of 11th Street clubs, were approved and issued back in 2019, the ground... Read More »

Another Ambitious Infill Development on the Boards

Another Ambitious Infill Development on the Boards

The irregularly-shaped, 36,406-square-foot lot in the middle of the Crocker Amazon that’s block bounded by the homes fronting Guttenberg, Morse, Brunswick and Lowell streets, was purchased for $1.9 million in early 2017. And while technically zoned for the development of one house (RH-1), plans for a 19-unit Planned Unit... Read More »

High-ish Rise in the Excelsior Slated for Approval

High-ish Rise in the Excelsior Slated for Approval

As we first revealed back in 2019, plans for a seven-story infill building to rise up to 74 feet and six inches in height upon the shuttered Club Tapatio site at 4742 Mission Street were in the works and Planning was encouraging the project team to add another floor... Read More »

Twenty-Five Potrero Hill Infill HOMEs Could Rise Right Here

Twenty-Five Potrero Hill Infill HOMEs Could Rise Right Here

Purchased for $1.7 million in September of 2018, plans to develop the two currently inaccessible Potrero Hill lots at 999 Texas Street have since been drawn and dubbed “1055 Texas.” While the site is technically only zoned for development up to 40 feet in height and a maximum of... Read More »