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New San Francisco Flower Mart Closer to Reality

New San Francisco Flower Mart Closer to Reality

With the San Francisco Flower Mart Tenants Association having opted to permanently relocate rather than return to a new and improved Flower Mart at 6th and Brannan, once the existing Flower Mart site is completely redeveloped, the refined plans for the new San Francisco Flower Market, between 16th and... Read More »

No Red Flags for Bigger North Beach Project as Envisioned

No Red Flags for Bigger North Beach Project as Envisioned

As we revealed earlier this year: Having never recovered from stated concerns that a proposed four-story hotel to rise on the former Tower Records Annex turned bike rental parcel at 1196 Columbus Avenue, a development which was originally branded and designed to specifically target millennial travelers, would attract “late-night... Read More »

Plans to Expand and Convert the Bro’s Building on Stockton

Plans to Expand and Convert the Bro’s Building on Stockton

Designed by Albert Pissis and built to house the Roos Bro’s clothing and gent’s furnishings business back in 1907, the four-story building at 2 Stockton Street, which was most recently occupied by Forever 21 and was once home to Grodins as well, was “streamlined” in the 1930’s and then... Read More »

Hillside Plans Newly Rendered and Massed for Effect

Hillside Plans Newly Rendered and Massed for Effect

As we first revealed earlier this year, plans for a 24-unit development to rise up to 40 feet in height along Diamond Street, on the hillside overlooking Noe Valley, between the intersection of Diamond Heights Boulevard and 29th Street, were in the works but San Francisco’s Planning Department was... Read More »

Warriors Hotel and Condo Project by the Numbers (and Dates)

Warriors Hotel and Condo Project by the Numbers (and Dates)

Having been approved by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors earlier this year, the Redevelopment Plan for Mission Bay South is slated to be amended this afternoon, clearing the way for the Golden State Warriors to demolish the existing three-story retail building on the northeast corner of the new Chase... Read More »

Darwinian Infill Development on the Boards

Darwinian Infill Development on the Boards

Plans to raze the Darwin Café at 212 Ritch Street along with the little 350-square-foot garage on the lot next door (218 Ritch) are in the works. And as drafted by Y.A. Studio, a modern 5-story building could rise up to 55 feet in height across the two parcel... Read More »

Mid-Market Infill Hotel Slated for Approval, Demand Questioned

Mid-Market Infill Hotel Slated for Approval, Demand Questioned

As we outlined back in July: The refined plans for a 12-story hotel and office building to finally rise upon the long-vacant lot at 1125 Market Street, upon which the former Bell/American/Embassy Theater once stood adjacent to the newly renovated Strand, are one big step closer to reality, with... Read More »

Parking Lot Slated for Extension as Tower Entitlements Expire

Parking Lot Slated for Extension as Tower Entitlements Expire

Having been approved back in 2016 but yet to break ground, the entitlements for a skinny 495-foot-tall tower to rise at 524 Howard Street, a development which could yield up to 334 condos, or 72 condos over a 273-room hotel, “depending upon market conditions,” were quietly sold, along with... Read More »

Insert Modern View Home Here

Insert Modern View Home Here

Built in 1906 and expanded over the years, the roughly 2000-square-foot home at 159 Laidley Street, which is recorded at 1,312 square feet per the city, quietly sold for $2.7 million in November of last year having been acquired for $251,000 in 1995. And yes, with a 5,500-square-foot “manor”... Read More »

Delays for Supersized Development Articulated

Delays for Supersized Development Articulated

Approved last August, the entitlements for the 1,032-unit “Hub” development designed to rise upon the 3-acre Caltrans lot at 500 Kirkham, across from The Crucible and a block from the West Oakland BART station, are slated to expire on August 21, 2021, if the ground isn’t broken. And while... Read More »