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Trinity Place At Center Of Short-Term Rental Scheme

Trinity Place At Center Of Short-Term Rental Scheme

According to the City Attorney’s Office, at least 16 rent-controlled apartments at 1188 Mission Street (a.k.a. Trinity Place), units which were built as replacement apartments for residents displaced when the old Trinity Plaza (a.k.a the Del Webb Townhouse motel on Market) was razed, and another seven apartments at 1190... Read More »

First Peek At The Public Art And Plaza To Adorn Trinity Place

First Peek At The Public Art And Plaza To Adorn Trinity Place

With construction of the third phase of the massive “Trinity Place” development underway, a four-phase development which will total over 1,900 apartments, 60,000 square feet of commercial space, and two acres of open space across its Mid-Market site, the development team is preparing to unveil the details of its... Read More »

Trinity Place Watch: Timing, Destruction, And Design

Trinity Place Watch: Timing, Destruction, And Design

With the 418-unit Phase Two of Trinity Place at 1190 Mission Street now scheduling move-ins for August, Trinity Plaza (the old Del Webb Townhouse motel) has been reduced to rubble and the site for Trinity Place’s 545-unit Phase Three along 8th Street is being prepared for construction. As we... Read More »

Trinity Place Opens Up Under Cloudy Skies But Sunny Dispositions

Trinity Place Opens Up Under Cloudy Skies But Sunny Dispositions

Under cloudy skies, but with sunny dispositions, current residents of Trinity Plaza have started to make their move across the way to Trinity Place (1188 Mission). As we wrote eight months ago about Phase I of the 1,900 unit Trinity Place development: If all goes as planned, the 440-unit... Read More »

It Goes No Higher: 1188 Mission (AKA Trinity Place Phase I) Tops Off

It Goes No Higher: 1188 Mission (AKA Trinity Place Phase I) Tops Off

With a ceremonial bucket of cement hoisted atop 1188 Mission, Trinity Properties officially topped off the 24-story Phase I of the 1,900 unit Trinity Place development this afternoon. If all goes as planned, the 440-unit building will open in two phases with residents of the lower twelve floors occupying... Read More »

Trinity Plaza: Just One Signature (And Around Three Years) To Go

Trinity Plaza: Just One Signature (And Around Three Years) To Go

San Francisco’s Trinity Plaza project has been approved by the Board of Supervisors. And now it’s in the hands of our Mayor Newsom to add his signature and final approval (he has until April 28th to either approve or veto the project). According to BeyondChron, and as a tipster... Read More »

JustQuotes: Trinity Plaza – One Meeting, Two Takes, One Truth

JustQuotes: Trinity Plaza – One Meeting, Two Takes, One Truth

“Why do some projects gain quick approval, while others like Trinity do not despite receiving universal acclaim? The answer, not surprisingly, is politics.” ∙ Supes Move Toward Approving Trinity Plaza ∙ Trinity Plaza plans hit snag again ∙ (More) Political Wrangling Over The Development Of Trinity Plaza... Read More »

(More) Political Wrangling Over The Development Of Trinity Plaza

(More) Political Wrangling Over The Development Of Trinity Plaza

For decades, developer Angelo Sangiacamo has been trying to re-develop a mid-market plot of land which currently houses the Trinity Plaza apartment building (which he converted from a motor lodge in 1977). Under his latest proposal, 360 outdated units would be razed and replaced with a modern 1,900 unit... Read More »