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Modern Infill Development Slated for Approval

Modern Infill Development Slated for Approval

As we outlined back in May: Having just cleared a key environmental hurdle which obviates the need for a detailed Environmental Impact Report to be prepared for the project, the further refined plans for a bold 13-story building designed by Woods Bagot to rise on the northeast corner of... Read More »

On the Boards, Compliant and…back on the Market

On the Boards, Compliant and…back on the Market

As we outlined earlier this year, plans to redevelop the 5-story building on the northwest corner of Van Ness and Pacific Avenues have been drafted, plans which would convert the building from a collective of office suites into 32 residential condos, with 4,250 square feet of ground floor restaurant/café... Read More »

Modern Van Ness Corridor Development Closer to Reality

Modern Van Ness Corridor Development Closer to Reality

Having just cleared a key environmental hurdle which obviates the need for a detailed Environmental Impact Report to be prepared for the project, the further refined plans for a bold 13-story building designed by Woods Bagot to rise on the northeast corner of Van Ness and Post are now even... Read More »

Van Ness Corridor Redevelopment on the Boards

Van Ness Corridor Redevelopment on the Boards

Purchased for $8.41 million in January of 2014, plans to redevelop the 5-story building on the northwest corner of Van Ness and Pacific Avenues (2101-2107 Van Ness) have been drawn. And as proposed, the building, which is currently configured with around 58 office suites over 2,500 square feet of... Read More »

Plans for an SRO Tower Addition Scrapped, Site Up for Grabs

Plans for an SRO Tower Addition Scrapped, Site Up for Grabs

Plans for a 9-story, stepped-back “tower” addition to rise up to 100 feet in height atop the two-story Jiffy Lube building on Van Ness, between Jackson and Pacific, were informally presented to Planning back in 2018. And in 2019, the paperwork to secure a building permit for the project... Read More »

Plans to Transform the Van Ness Motel

Plans to Transform the Van Ness Motel

Built in 1955, plans to double the capacity of the three-story Van Ness Motel turned “Van Ness Inn” have been drafted. As proposed, the second and third floors of the existing motel’s motor court would effectively be infilled with new rooms, an all-new fourth floor would be added atop... Read More »

Long-Term Plans for Prominent Gas Station Site Revealed

Long-Term Plans for Prominent Gas Station Site Revealed

Plans to raze the Standard station’s 200-square-foot kiosk on the northwest corner of Van Ness and Pine and remove the four underground storage tanks on the site, which is zoned for development up to 130 feet in height, are in the works. But don’t get too excited, unless you’re... Read More »

Revised Plans for Cursed Van Ness Corridor Corner Approved, But…

Revised Plans for Cursed Van Ness Corridor Corner Approved, But…

The revised plans for a seven-story building to rise up to 70 feet in height on the southeast corner of Pacific and Van Ness, as newly rendered by Ian Birchall and Associates below, were approved last month. And with its 30-day appeal period having expired on Monday, the project... Read More »

New Plans for Prominent Van Ness Corridor Site Closer to Reality

New Plans for Prominent Van Ness Corridor Site Closer to Reality

As we first reported last year: Plans to raze the former KRON TV building at 1001 Van Ness Avenue and develop a 14-story building, with 239 condos over 5,000 square feet of retail space fronting Van Ness, were approved two years ago but never broke ground. But that doesn’t... Read More »

New Plans for Prominent Van Ness Corridor Site Progress

New Plans for Prominent Van Ness Corridor Site Progress

As we first reported last year: Plans to raze the former KRON TV building at 1001 Van Ness Avenue and develop a 14-story building, with 239 condos over 5,000 square feet of retail space fronting Van Ness, were approved two years ago but never broke ground. But that doesn’t... Read More »