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Refined Designs and Timing for a Pair of Hub District Towers

Refined Designs and Timing for a Pair of Hub District Towers

The plans for a pair of 41-story towers to rise up to 420 feet in height upon the San Francisco Honda site, on the southwest corner of Market Street and South Van Ness Avenue, have been further refined and the project’s Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) is now expected... Read More »

Market Street Development Back in Play

Market Street Development Back in Play

While approved for development at the end of 2015, the paperwork to secure the demolition and building permits for an 8-story Hub District building to rise upon the two-story FastFrame building site on the northwest corner of Market and Gough wasn’t filed until the second quarter of last year.... Read More »

Dualling Plans for Nearly 1,000 Units at Market and South Van Ness

Dualling Plans for Nearly 1,000 Units at Market and South Van Ness

The refined plans for a pair of 41-story towers to rise up to 420 feet in height upon the San Francisco Honda site, on the southwest corner of Market Street and South Van Ness Avenue, are moving forward and about to undergo a required environmental review. Originally envisioned to... Read More »

Plans for 520-Foot Tower at Van Ness and Market Have Been Drawn

Plans for 520-Foot Tower at Van Ness and Market Have Been Drawn

Lendlease Development has drafted their preliminary plans for a 520-foot-tall tower to rise at 30 Van Ness Avenue. And while previous plans for the Hub District parcel had envisioned razing the City’s existing five-story building on the site and starting from scratch, Lendlease is proposing to add two stories... Read More »

Towering Plans for City College Site

Towering Plans for City College Site

In a move which shouldn’t catch any plugged-in readers by surprise, City College of San Francisco has formally submitted plans for a tower to rise upon their 46,000-square-foot Hub District parcel at 33 Gough Street. As envisioned by David Baker Architects, the 23-story tower would rise to a height... Read More »

One Oak Tower and Plaza Slated for Approval

One Oak Tower and Plaza Slated for Approval

Along with the refined designs for its signature plaza which we first revealed last week and are newly rendered in more detail below, the plans for the proposed One Oak Street tower to rise up to 400 feet in height (420 feet if you count its parapet) on the... Read More »

Plaza to Transform Market at Van Ness Redesigned (Again)

Plaza to Transform Market at Van Ness Redesigned (Again)

The plans for the proposed Oak Plaza to be constructed at the intersection of Market and Van Ness, at the base of the proposed 310-unit One Oak tower to rise up to 400 feet in height, have been substantially redesigned for the third time. As originally designed by Snøhetta,... Read More »

Major Market Street Development Underway

Major Market Street Development Underway

Demolition of the former Flax at 1699 Market Street is underway. The building permits for a 9-story, 160-unit building to rise up to 85 feet in height upon the Market Street Hub site, with 4,500 square feet of ground floor commercial space fronting Market and an 86-car garage to... Read More »

The Impact of a Transformative Market Street Project and New Park

The Impact of a Transformative Market Street Project and New Park

The Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) for the proposed 584-unit development to rise up to ten stories in height across the Market Street parcels upon which the Civic Center Hotel (1601 Market), Local 38 Plumbers and Pipefitters Union Hall (1621 Market), and two-story Lesser Brothers Building (1629‐1637 Market) currently... Read More »

Sale of Mid-Market Tower Site Tentatively Approved

Sale of Mid-Market Tower Site Tentatively Approved

Rejected by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors at the end of 2015, when the proposed purchase price was $80 million, the term sheet for the sale of the City’s five-story building at 30 Van Ness Avenue, a building which sits upon a prominent parcel which is currently zoned for... Read More »