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Will There Be A(nother) Battle Over Battery Caulfield Road?

Will There Be A(nother) Battle Over Battery Caulfield Road?

Having just finished the renovation and conversion of the Public Health Service Hospital into the 154-unit Presidio Landmark with parking for all residents at the end of Battery Caulfield Road, the Presidio Trust is now considering two approaches to limit cut-through vehicular on said road in the name of... Read More »

45 Lansing Site In Contract, No Imminent Eviction For The Bees

45 Lansing Site In Contract, No Imminent Eviction For The Bees

Once again, as plugged-in people know, following a false start at the end of 2008 Turnberry has been shopping their entitled lot for 227 units at 45 Lansing since 2009. According to the San Francisco Business Times, Miami-based developer Crescent Heights is now in contract to purchase the site... Read More »

Will It Play With The Port?

Will It Play With The Port?

While an adult playground is in the works for Parcel L over in Hayes Valley, apparently a few South Beach residents have approached the Port of San Francisco with the idea of converting the concrete triangle bounded by Howard, Steuart and The Embarcadero into a playground for kids. Its... Read More »

BOS Today: Redevelopment, Rezoning, Replacement And Reclamation

With an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) that’s been affirmed, the Candlestick/Hunters Point Grand Plan is back in front of San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors this afternoon to negotiate and finalize the details of development in an effort to secure final approval. Other items in front of the Board this... Read More »

Mmm…Beer (Garden) In The Works For Parcel L (424 Octavia)

Mmm…Beer (Garden) In The Works For Parcel L (424 Octavia)

Speaking of Parcels K+L over in Hayes Valley, a plugged-in reader reports: “I saw some fellows from Suppenküche put up this sign this afternoon.” As if we weren’t fans of the plans for the parcels already. Mmm…beer. Read More »

Leases For Temporary Inhabitations Along Octavia Boulevard

Leases For Temporary Inhabitations Along Octavia Boulevard

Amongst the items in front of San Francisco’s Land Use and Economic Development Committee this afternoon, resolutions approving the leases of Hayes Valley parcels K (the southeast corner of Octavia and Hayes) and L (the northeast corner of Octavia and Fell) to PROXYDevelopment for the “temporary inhabitations of retail,... Read More »

YIMBY’s Set Their Sights On A Target At Geary And Masonic

YIMBY’s Set Their Sights On A Target At Geary And Masonic

San Francisco Citizen provides a synopsis of yesterday’s community meeting and a couple of conceptual drawings for the proposed Target at Geary and Masonic. The line of the piece, “at least a couple certified San Francisco NIMBYs had steam coming out of their ears after seeing the warm reception... Read More »

CPMC’s Long Range Development Plan Renderings And Draft EIR

CPMC’s Long Range Development Plan Renderings And Draft EIR

The Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) covering California Pacific Medical Center’s (CPMC) $1.15 Billion Long Range Development Plan (LRDP) was released by the Planning Department today. A few key sections: Summary, Background, and Aesthetics. Under the LRDP, CPMC would design, construct, and operate the proposed Cathedral Hill Campus. This... Read More »

The Designs (And Approvals) For 1100 Ocean Avenue As Proposed

The Designs (And Approvals) For 1100 Ocean Avenue As Proposed

The 1100 Ocean Avenue site above, the design for development below. And the plans as proposed: The proposal is to demolish the existing bus shelter and surface parking lot and to construct a mixed-use, five-story, 55-foot-tall building totaling approximately 86,500 gross square feet (gsf) with five-off-street parking spaces all... Read More »

Proposed Noe Street Plaza DOA

Proposed Noe Street Plaza DOA

Speaking of Noe Valley, the letter to residents from the Planning Department’s Andres Power last week with respect to a proposed Noe Street Plaza: Dear Noe Valleyans, As we have mentioned previously, the intent of Pavement to Parks projects is to unite the community around trial public space improvements.... Read More »