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Twelve-Story Polk Gulch Development Slated For Approval

Twelve-Story Polk Gulch Development Slated For Approval

The proposed Polk Gulch development which would rise to a height of 130 feet on the south side of Pine Street between Polk and Van Ness Avenue – adjacent to, but not upon, the Grubstake site – is slated to be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission in a couple... Read More »

Designs For Modern Potrero Hill Development On Texas, Yee-Haw!

Designs For Modern Potrero Hill Development On Texas, Yee-Haw!

If approved next week, a five-story building with 91 condos and 600 square feet of corner retail space could rise at the eastern end of Potrero Hill, fronting Texas, 22nd and Mississippi Streets.  As proposed, sixty percent of the condos would be two-bedrooms or larger and average a little... Read More »

Folsom Street Development Approved, 114 Condos To Rise

Folsom Street Development Approved, 114 Condos To Rise

Trumark Urban’s proposed development of a nine-story building at 923 Folsom Street, adjacent to San Francisco’s new Fire Station #1 and across the Street from Mosso at 900 Folsom, has been approved. Designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz, the project includes 114 condos, 80 underground parking spaces, and 1,600 square... Read More »

From Car Wash To Condos (And Upscale Architecture) On Potrero Ave

From Car Wash To Condos (And Upscale Architecture) On Potrero Ave

Plans for a modern nine-story building with 70 condos to rise at 346 Potrero Avenue are slated to be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this afternoon.  The development would replace the current car wash and billboard which are sandwiched between the Shell station and McDonald’s at the intersection... Read More »

Rendering Reveal: From Classrooms To Condos In Pacific Heights

Rendering Reveal: From Classrooms To Condos In Pacific Heights

Developer Trumark Urban’s detailed plans and renderings for converting the former University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry building at 2155 Webster Street into a 66-unit condo building will be presented to San Francisco’s Planning Commission this week. As proposed and slated for approval, two floors... Read More »

Polk Gulch Development Rendered, Ready For Environmental Review

Polk Gulch Development Rendered, Ready For Environmental Review

Across Van Ness Avenue from two 13-story towers slated to rise, Trumark Companies is planning to raze five little buildings between 1527 and 1545 Pine Street and construct a 12-story building designed by Arquitectonica in their place. The proposed Polk Gulch development would yield up to 107 residential units with 2,844... Read More »

Another Big Pine Street Development In The Works, And It’s Not The Saitowitz Design

Another Big Pine Street Development In The Works, And It’s Not The Saitowitz Design

Across Van Ness Avenue from the two proposed 13-story towers to rise on Pine Street, Trumark Companies is working on plans to raze the five one and two-story buildings between 1527 and 1545 Pine Street and construct a 12-story building designed by Arquitectonica on the site rather the Stanley... Read More »

From  Classrooms To Condos In Pacific Heights

From Classrooms To Condos In Pacific Heights

The University of the Pacific has sold its Dugoni School of Dentistry building at 2155 Webster Street to housing developer Trumark Urban. Trumark plans to redevelop the Pacific Heights building into 75 residential condominium units averaging 2,000 square feet a piece. According to the Business Times, the Webster Street... Read More »

Potrero Hill Development Proposal: 101 Units On Texas, Yee-Haw!

Potrero Hill Development Proposal: 101 Units On Texas, Yee-Haw!

Trumark Homes is testing the development waters in San Francisco having quietly proposed to demolish the two twenty-two foot buildings at 645 Texas Street on the south side of Potrero Hill in order to construct a 40-foot-tall building with 101 residential units which would front Mississippi and 22nd Streets... Read More »