Articles Recently Tagged: Third Street

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Big Bayview Project Permitted to Rise

Big Bayview Project Permitted to Rise

With the 1980s-era plan for the redevelopment of the Bayview Industrial Triangle having just expired, along with its restriction on residential development within said triangle, the approved plans for an 85-unit development to rise up to 65 feet in height along Third Street, between Innes and Jerrold Avenues in... Read More »

Third Street Corridor Site (Begrudgingly) in Play

Third Street Corridor Site (Begrudgingly) in Play

With plans for a modern five-story, 21-unit development to rise across the four Bayview parcels at 5210-5216 3rd Street, at the corner of 3rd and Thornton, having been drawn, the adjacent six parcels at 5222-5250 3rd Street are now (begrudgingly) in play as well. The six contiguous parcels are... Read More »

Bonus-Sized Bayview Development Closer to Reality

Bonus-Sized Bayview Development Closer to Reality

As we first reported earlier this year: Having sat vacant since the former meat market on the site was demolished three decades ago, plans to develop the Bayview parcel at 5012 Third Street have been drafted. Zoned for development up to 40 feet in height, with standard density limits... Read More »

Bayview Rising: The Plans for 4200 Third Street

Bayview Rising: The Plans for 4200 Third Street

Plans for a six-story, mixed-use development to rise up to 65 feet in height at 4200 Third Street, between Innes and Jerrold Avenues in the Bayview, have been newly rendered and reviewed. While a portion of the site is zoned for Light Industrial use, a zoning which would currently... Read More »

Denser Infill on the Boards

Denser Infill on the Boards

Having sat vacant since the former meat market on the site was demolished three decades ago, plans to develop the Bayview parcel at 5012 Third Street have been drafted. Zoned for development up to 40 feet in height, with standard density limits in place, initial discussions with Planning had... Read More »

Bonus Plans for Building Up Third Street

Bonus Plans for Building Up Third Street

Plans to raze the Philadelphia Church of God in Christ building at 5270/2 Third Street and level the adjacent vacant parcel are in the works. And as newly rendered by MWA Architects, plans for a 5-story building to rise on the merged site near the corner of Williams have... Read More »

Newly Approved Development on the Market in Dogpatch

Newly Approved Development on the Market in Dogpatch

As we wrote at the beginning of this year: Plans to redevelop the Dogpatch parcel at 2230 Third Street, upon which the one-story Leo’s Tire and Brake shop building which was most recently occupied by Skully Helmets (a crowdfunded tech company which was shuttered in 2016, its assets sold... Read More »

New Life but No Housing for This Dogpatch Parcel as Proposed

New Life but No Housing for This Dogpatch Parcel as Proposed

Plans to redevelop the Dogpatch parcel at 2230 Third Street, upon which the one-story Leo’s Tire and Brake shop building which was most recently occupied by Skully Helmets (a crowdfunded tech company which was shuttered in 2016, its assets sold and the technology is now being developed in Atlanta)... Read More »

Development to Replace Dogpatch Institution in Play

Development to Replace Dogpatch Institution in Play

In the works since 2014, as we first reported at the time, plans to raze the 30-year-old Moshi Moshi Cocktail and Sushi bar on the northwest corner of Third and 18th Streets and develop a six-story building upon the restaurant’s 2092 Third Street parcel have since been approved and... Read More »

Designs and Timing for UCSF’s New Psych Center in Dogpatch

Designs and Timing for UCSF’s New Psych Center in Dogpatch

With the latest plans for UCSF’s future Child, Teen and Family Center, and Department of Psychiatry Building, slated to be presented to UC’s Board of Regents next month, a plugged-in tipster delivers the refined renderings and timing for the 148,000-square-foot development to rise on the corner Dogpatch parcel known... Read More »