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Designs For Prominent SoMa Corner Development

Designs For Prominent SoMa Corner Development

A plugged-in tipster provides our first peek at a rendering for the proposed five-story development to rise on the corner of 9th and Howard, replacing the existing Chevron, Burger King and Starbucks on the West SoMa site. Designed by Levy Design Partners, the development includes 123 condo-mapped units; 13,000... Read More »

Waylaid SoMa Development Ready For Board Vote

Waylaid SoMa Development Ready For Board Vote

The construction of a five-story building with 15 new apartments over 3,100 square feet of ground floor commercial/restaurant space had been slated to break ground at 248-252 9th Street last year, but an appeal filed by neighborhood activist, Jakkee Bryson, stopped the development in its tracks. The CEQA-based appeal... Read More »

Condos For Clubbers Or Conflicts To Come?

Condos For Clubbers Or Conflicts To Come?

A plan to raze the two-story warehouse and adjacent parking lot at 33 Norfolk Street and construct a five-story building with nine residential units over two ground-floor retail spaces and a garage for residents has been submitted to Planning for review. From the Planning Department with respect to a... Read More »

Development Of SoMa Block Financed, Shooting For Rentals In 2015

Development Of SoMa Block Financed, Shooting For Rentals In 2015

The development of 350 8th Street with 408 rental units and commercial/retail space to replace the three acre bus depot at 8th and Harrison has been financed. Associated Estates Realty is partnering with AIG Global Real Estate on the $220 million project. The development’s 315 off-street parking spaces for... Read More »

Condo Conversion Of Prominent SoMa Corner Proposed

Condo Conversion Of Prominent SoMa Corner Proposed

San Francisco’s Planning Department authorized the theoretical conversion of the gas station parcel on northeast corner of Howard and 9th Street to “other uses” seventeen years ago, despite the lack of a proposed alternate use at the time. Currently zoned for development up to 55 feet in height, a... Read More »

Hidden In Plain Sight and Unlike Any Other In San Francisco

Hidden In Plain Sight and Unlike Any Other In San Francisco

Hidden behind the relatively unassuming façade of a former warehouse, the modern 5,000 square foot home at 421 Tehama Street is likely unlike any other space you’ve seen in San Francisco. The first-floor floor plan is open, yet compartmentalized: The second floor features two bedrooms, work spaces and a... Read More »

Permits To Redevelop Entire SoMa Block Close To Being Approved

Permits To Redevelop Entire SoMa Block Close To Being Approved

The permits to demolish the little maintenance buildings and three acre bus depot at 8th and Harrison in order to make way for eight buildings with 408 new rental units over ground floor retail, arts, and commercial space are close to being approved, as is the permit to construct... Read More »

SoMa Lot Across From The Eagle Acquired For Development

SoMa Lot Across From The Eagle Acquired For Development

The half-acre parking lot at 1532 Harrison Street which fronts Norfolk, Harrison and 12th Streets has been acquired by developer Build Inc. with plans to build around 120 rental units on the site. The parcel which sits across the street from the Eagle Tavern is zoned for a building... Read More »

Six Months Later And Ninety-One Grand More?

Six Months Later And Ninety-One Grand More?

In early 2008, the 1,146 square foot southeast corner condo on the 18th floor of the 22-story SOMA Grand was first purchased for $1,160,000. Six months ago, 1160 Mission Street #1806 resold for $1,198,000. And today, the two-bedroom hit the market listed for $1,289,000. As plugged-in people know, the... Read More »