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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 has yet to break ground. And with the entitlements... Read More »

Mid-Market Parking Lot Tower Slated for Approval, But…

Mid-Market Parking Lot Tower Slated for Approval, But…

As we outlined early last year: The Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the proposed 27-story infill tower to rise on Nordstrom’s underdeveloped parking lot parcel at 469 Stevenson Street has just been released by Planning and hasn’t raised any extraordinary red flags (other than with respect to a... 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 »

Modified Plans for Condoless Hotel Tower Closer to Reality

Modified Plans for Condoless Hotel Tower Closer to Reality

While plans for a luxury hotel and condo tower designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop and Mark Cavagnero Associates were previously approved and permitted to rise up to 405-feet in height at 555 Howard Street, the 69 condos which were to top the development have since been eliminated from... Read More »

Mid-Market Infill Tower Closer to Being Entitled, But…

Mid-Market Infill Tower Closer to Being Entitled, But…

The Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the proposed 27-story infill tower to rise on Nordstrom’s underdeveloped parking lot parcel at 469 Stevenson Street has just been released by Planning and hasn’t raised any extraordinary red flags (other than with respect to a further shadowing of Mint Plaza). While... Read More »

Timing for Approved Tower About to Be Pushed Back

Timing for Approved Tower About to Be Pushed Back

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

New Four Seasons Tower Has Topped Off, Opening Next Year

New Four Seasons Tower Has Topped Off, Opening Next Year

The 45-story tower rising at 706 Mission Street, which was officially flagged a Four Seasons residential development last year, as we first reported at the time, has officially topped off. Once again, the building’s 146 condos will be managed by Four Seasons staff, with typical units ranging in size... Read More »

Study for Mid-Market Infill Tower About to Get Underway

Study for Mid-Market Infill Tower About to Get Underway

The required Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the proposed infill 27-story tower to rise on Nordstrom’s underdeveloped parking lot parcel at 469 Stevenson Street is about to be drafted by Planning. As we first reported last year, while the tower’s proposed height has been reduced to 284 feet in... Read More »

Taller Transbay District Tower Seeking Approval

Taller Transbay District Tower Seeking Approval

As originally proposed, the five-story building at 95 Hawthorne Street, which formerly housed the San Francisco Passport Agency, was to be razed in order to make way for a 32-story residential building to rise up to 320 feet in height, the height for which the building’s parcel on the northeast... Read More »