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Visualizing the Burgeoning Hub District Plan(s)

Visualizing the Burgeoning Hub District Plan(s)

As newly rendered by SOM along with the first two Hub District towers that have risen at 1580 Mission and 30 Otis and already yielded nearly 1,000 units of housing, the modified plans for the three towers to rise at 98 Franklin, One Oak and 10 South Van Ness... Read More »

More Height for Approved Tower sur la Table

More Height for Approved Tower sur la Table

A modification to the approved plans for the French American International School’s 365-foot-tall tower to rise on the parking lot parcel at 98 Franklin Street, at the intersection of Oak, is on the table. As newly proposed and rendered by SOM, with placeholders for One Oak and 10 South... Read More »

Timing for Approved 966-Unit Development Pushed Back

Timing for Approved 966-Unit Development Pushed Back

Deemed an Environmental Leadership Development Project by Governor Brown back in 2018, which limited the scope and timeline for any EIR-based challenges of the project, the plans for a 55-story tower with nearly 1,000 units of housing to rise up to 590 feet in height on the former San... Read More »

Construction of Prominent Hub District Tower Has Commenced

Construction of Prominent Hub District Tower Has Commenced

With the prominent Hub District site having been completely cleared, which is a departure from what was originally planned, construction on the 47-story tower to rise up to 540 feet in height at 30 Van Ness is officially underway. As we outlined last year, while originally envisioned to yield... Read More »

New 520-Foot-Tall Tower About to Rise

New 520-Foot-Tall Tower About to Rise

While the ground for Build Inc’s 420-foot-tall tower across the street has yet to be broken, despite being approved/entitled back in 2017, the development of Lendlease’s 520-foot-tall tower to rise at 30 Van Ness, on the Northeast corner of Van Ness and Market, is underway. Originally envisioned to yield... Read More »

Modified Plans for Previously Approved Tower Revealed

Modified Plans for Previously Approved Tower Revealed

While Build Inc.’s plans for a 40-story, 319-unit tower to rise up to 420 feet in height at the intersection of Market, Oak and Van Ness Avenue were approved by Planning and entitled back in 2017, the signature “One Oak” project has yet to break ground. And as we... Read More »

Permit for 70 Tiny Cabins Has Been Approved

Permit for 70 Tiny Cabins Has Been Approved

While plans for a residential tower to rise up to 250 feet in height upon the City College of San Francisco site at 33 Gough Street were first drafted back in 2017, and further densified the following year, said plans were withdrawn from consideration prior to the project and... Read More »

Plans for Approved One Oak Tower Are Being Revised

Plans for Approved One Oak Tower Are Being Revised

While the plans for a 40-story, 319-unit tower to rise up to 420 feet in height at the intersection of Market, Oak and Van Ness Avenue were were approved back in 2017, the signature “One Oak” project has yet to break ground. And with the entitlements for the tower... Read More »

Refined Plans for 966-Unit Hub District Tower Slated for Approval

Refined Plans for 966-Unit Hub District Tower Slated for Approval

As we outlined earlier this year (and since further refined and newly rendered above): While originally expected to occur last year, the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the proposed 55-story tower to rise up to 590 feet in height, not including a 20-foot-tall parapet, on the former San Francisco... Read More »

Plan to Transform Burgeoning Area Approved by Planning

Plan to Transform Burgeoning Area Approved by Planning

As expected, the proposed framework for rezoning San Francisco’s 84-acre Hub District, a burgeoning area which is effectively centered around the intersection of Van Ness and Market, within the City’s Market and Octavia Plan Area, has been adopted by San Francisco’s Planning Commission. In addition to improving and activating... Read More »