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New Bayview/Dogpatch Lab Development on the Boards

New Bayview/Dogpatch Lab Development on the Boards

Purchased for $34 million early 2019, plans to raze the warehouse buildings on the two Bayview blocks at 3150 and 3240 3rd Street, between Cesar Chavez and Islais Creek, on the southern border of Dogpatch, are in the works. And as newly massed below by Workshop1, plans for a... Read More »

Proposed Potrero Hill Lab Development Closer to Reality

Proposed Potrero Hill Lab Development Closer to Reality

Plans to disassemble, remove and otherwise demolish the California Mini Storage shipping container site at 1111 Pennsylvania Avenue are in the works. And as designed and newly refined by Workshop1, a 4-story building could rise up to 65 feet in height across the site, which is zoned for Production,... Read More »

Bayview Rising: The Plans for 4200 Third Street

Bayview Rising: The Plans for 4200 Third Street

Plans for a six-story, mixed-use development to rise up to 65 feet in height at 4200 Third Street, between Innes and Jerrold Avenues in the Bayview, have been newly rendered and reviewed. While a portion of the site is zoned for Light Industrial use, a zoning which would currently... Read More »

Speaking of Mission District Infill Projects…

Speaking of Mission District Infill Projects…

Speaking of Mission District infill projects on the boards, plans to raze the three green buildings between 2316 and 2326 Mission Street (i.e., the Mission Thrift, Mission Loan and Pawnbrokers buildings) are in the works as well. As envisioned, the three lots on the historic “Miracle Mile” block would... Read More »

Bigger Plans for Mission District Development Have Been Drawn

Bigger Plans for Mission District Development Have Been Drawn

As we reported last year, the formal application to move forward with the demolition of the shuttered Mission District garage at 1721 15th Street (between Little Star Pizza and The Monastery, which is actually on market) and development of a modern five-story building upon its site has been submitted... Read More »

Downsized Development Slated for Approval in the Tendernob

Downsized Development Slated for Approval in the Tendernob

Plans to raze the “fully remodeled Single-Family Home with all the bells and whistles” at 611 Jones Street, which was purchased for $3 million in 2015, and build up to 90 feet in height upon the narrow Lower Nob Hill site, a block from its border with the Tenderloin,... Read More »

Modern Mission District Development Closer to Reality

Modern Mission District Development Closer to Reality

In a move which shouldn’t catch any plugged-in readers by surprise, the formal application to move forward with the demolition of the shuttered Mission District garage at 1721 15th Street (between Little Star Pizza and The Monastery, which is actually on market) and development of a modern five-story building... Read More »

Contemporary Dogpatch Development Slated for Approval

Contemporary Dogpatch Development Slated for Approval

Plans to raze the two-story Dogpatch building on the northwest corner of 20th and Illinois, which is currently home to Jim’s Smoke Shop and Deli, could be approved next month. And as proposed by Workshop1, a six-story building could rise up to 68 feet in height across the 600... Read More »

Proposed Mission District Development Newly Rendered

Proposed Mission District Development Newly Rendered

As we first reported last month and has been newly rendered below: Plans to level the Mission District garage at 1721 15th Street, between Little Star Pizza and The Monastery, are in the works. And as proposed, a five-story building, with twenty-four (24) residential units over 2,700 square feet... Read More »

Plans to Raze Mission District Garage for Housing and Retail to Rise

Plans to Raze Mission District Garage for Housing and Retail to Rise

Plans to level the Mission District garage at 1721 15th Street, between Little Star Pizza and The Monastery, are in the works. And as proposed, a five-story building, with twenty-four (24) residential units over 2,700 square feet of retail space, will rise up to 55 feet in height upon... Read More »