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Building with 65 Below Grade Beds Slated for Approval

Building with 65 Below Grade Beds Slated for Approval

A sister project to the proposed SRO development to rise up to 86 feet in height on the southeast corner of South Van Ness Avenue and 15th Street, with around 150 above-ground micro-units and 65 underground “sleeping units,” the refined plans for an eight-story, 85-foot-tall building, with 225 beds... 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 »

Polk Gulch Infill on the Boards

Polk Gulch Infill on the Boards

Plans to demolish the two-story building and garage on the northeast corner of Larkin and Bush are in the works. And as envisioned, a 16-story building would rise up to 161 feet in height upon the site, which is twice as high as the limit for the site as... Read More »

Another Bigger Infill Tower on the Boards

Another Bigger Infill Tower on the Boards

Speaking of bonus-based plans for new infill towers to rise, plans for a 35-story tower to rise on the 90-space parking lot parcel at 395 3rd Street, on the northeast corner of 3rd and Harrison, cater-corner to the approved One Vassar development and a block away from the approved... Read More »

Bonus Plans for a New Infill Tower Have Been Drawn

Bonus Plans for a New Infill Tower Have Been Drawn

While the four Mid-Market parcels which span 1338-1370 Mission Street, between 9th and 10th Streets, are currently only zoned for development up to 150 feet in height, the plans for a 30-story tower to rise on the assembled site have been drafted by SmithGroup for Malex Holdings. As envisioned,... Read More »

Bonus-Sized Polk Street Project Revised, Nearly Permitted

Bonus-Sized Polk Street Project Revised, Nearly Permitted

Having been entitled by Planning last year, the plans for an 8-story building to rise up to 80 feet in height on the Out of the Closet site on the southeast corner of Polk and California have been slightly refined to yield 97 units, versus 100 as approved, but... Read More »

Challenged Infill on Valencia Street Slated for Approval

Challenged Infill on Valencia Street Slated for Approval

Speaking of bonus-sized infill buildings poised to rise in the Mission, the refined plans for a 65-foot-tall building to rise on the San Francisco Auto Works parcel at 1021 Valencia Street are slated to be approved this week. While the parcel is technically only zoned for development up to... Read More »

Bonus-Sized Development Closer to Reality in the Mission

Bonus-Sized Development Closer to Reality in the Mission

As we first outlined back in 2018, plans for a 9-story building to rise on the 20,000-square-foot surface area parking lot at 321 Florida Street, between 16th and 17th Streets in the Mission, were in the works. And as since rendered by Handel Architects, the proposed development would rise... Read More »

Grubstake Redevelopment Granted Key Clearance to Proceed

Grubstake Redevelopment Granted Key Clearance to Proceed

As we first reported back in 2015: Prior to closing escrow on his purchase of the iconic Grubstake restaurant at 1525 Pine Street, buyer Nicholas Pigott quietly engaged D-Scheme Studio to draft plans for razing the restaurant and constructing a slender seven-story building on the Polk Gulch site, with... Read More »

Character of Bonus-Sized Development Questioned

Character of Bonus-Sized Development Questioned

As we outlined back in 2014: Residents in north-facing condos at the Palms – or fans of the Marina Auto Body shop – take note: plans to raze the auto shops at 565-585 Bryant Street, between 3rd and 4th, have been submitted to planning for review. And in their... Read More »