Articles Recently Tagged: Southern Pacific Railroad Right of Way (ROW)

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Waylaid Mission District Development Slated for Approval

Waylaid Mission District Development Slated for Approval

The waylaid plans to raze the shuttered Western Plywood warehouse at Harrison and 22nd Streets and construct a wedge-shaped, four-story building on the Mission District site are slated to be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission on July 14. As proposed and in the works since 2014, the 2600... Read More »

New Plans For Parcel Across From Parque Ninos Unidos

New Plans For Parcel Across From Parque Ninos Unidos

The modern concept design for the Mission District parcel at 953 Treat Avenue has been kicked to curb, but Winder Gibson Architects is working on plans for a residential building to rise up to four-stories on the triangular site which borders the old Southern Pacific Railroad Right of Way... Read More »

Another Parcel Near Parque Ninos With Plans For Development

Another Parcel Near Parque Ninos With Plans For Development

Speaking of a development which could be caught in the crosshairs of a threatened housing moratorium in the Mission, and another which borders the old Southern Pacific Railroad Right of Way, the parcel at 953 Treat, across the street from Parque Ninos Unidos between 22d and 23rd, is in contract... Read More »

Inner Mission Development Racing To Beat Building Moratorium

Inner Mission Development Racing To Beat Building Moratorium

A permit to raze the shuttered Western Plywood warehouse at Harrison and 22nd Streets in the Mission has been requested, and in its place, a four-story residential building is planned to rise, with the old Southern Pacific Railroad Right of Way right behind and Parque Ninos Unidos a block... Read More »