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Bonus Plans for Historic City Lights Site on the Boards

Bonus Plans for Historic City Lights Site on the Boards

With the 8-story, 200-unit micro unit development having topped out and finishing up construction next door, plans to redevelop the City Lights parcel at 1585 Folsom Street, on the corner of Folsom and 12th in Western SoMa, are in the works.  And as preliminarily massed by Ankrom Mosian Architects... 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 »

Bonus-Sized Polk Street Project Slated for Approval

Bonus-Sized Polk Street Project Slated for Approval

As we first reported back in 2018: Plans to level the Out of The Closet thrift store complex on the southeast corner of Polk and California and develop a 7-story building with 63 condos over 8,000 square feet of new retail space and an underground garage for 41 cars... Read More »

Revised Plans for Grubstake Site Closer to Reality

Revised Plans for Grubstake Site Closer to Reality

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 »

Bigger Plans for Polk Gulch Infill Development Closer to Reality

Bigger Plans for Polk Gulch Infill Development Closer to Reality

As we first revealed earlier this year: Plans for a 12-story infill building to rise up to 125 feet in height on the site of the Polk Gulch funeral home at 1123 Sutter Street (Halsted N. Gray-Carew & English) have been drafted. While the columned façade of the funeral... Read More »

More Mission District Infill on the Boards

More Mission District Infill on the Boards

Plans for a new six-story building to rise at 2955 Mission Street, which is one door down from the proposed modern addition to rise atop the historic building at 2965-2967 Mission Street in the Mission, are in the works. And as newly rendered by Sternberg Benjamin Architects, the 65-foot-tall... Read More »

Bigger Plans for Shuttered North Beach Site

Bigger Plans for Shuttered North Beach Site

Shuttered in 2012, plans to raze and redevelop the former Caesar’s Restaurant parcel on the southwest corner of Bay and Powell were approved at the end of 2015 with the project team positioning to break ground on the 4-story, 17-unit building with a ground floor commercial space the very... Read More »

Detailed Plans for Burned-Out North Beach Site Revealed

Detailed Plans for Burned-Out North Beach Site Revealed

As we first reported last week, big plans to demolish the façade of the burned-out Verdi Building at 659 Union Street, between Columbus and Powell in the heart of North Beach, and redevelop the site are in the works. And as newly rendered by Gould Evans below, the project... Read More »

Bonus Plans for Building Up Berkeley’s San Pablo Avenue

Bonus Plans for Building Up Berkeley’s San Pablo Avenue

The refined plans for a new six-story infill building to rise up to 64 feet in height at 1835 San Pablo Avenue in West Berkeley, upon the shuttered Midas shop’s parcel on the northeast corner of San Pablo and Hearst, could be permitted by the City’s Zoning Adjustments Board... Read More »

Big Plans for Burned-Out North Beach Building (Site)

Big Plans for Burned-Out North Beach Building (Site)

Having been gutted by a fire in March of last year, over a million dollars has been spent to keep the historic brick façade at 659 Union Street, between Columbus and Powell in the heart of North Beach, standing. But a structural analysis has since determined that it is... Read More »