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Plans Approved And Price Reduced But No Sale And Off The MLS

Plans Approved And Price Reduced But No Sale And Off The MLS

Sold in December 2005 for $868,000 and then again for $875,000 in September 2008, 1409 Sanchez retuned to the market in January asking $1,250,000 with newly approved plans and permits in hand to raze the current structure and build two units in its place. Yesterday the listing for 1409... Read More »

113 New Apartments at 430 Main/429 Beale Approved By Planning

113 New Apartments at 430 Main/429 Beale Approved By Planning

A plugged-in tipster reports on last night’s Planning Commission meeting: “Looks like 430 Main / 429 Beale was approved last night with a 6-1 vote. The one in opposition, of all people, was Commissioner Antonini, who was in full support of the project and merely opposed the condition that... Read More »

Drawings And Details For The Proposed Development Of 2001 Market

Drawings And Details For The Proposed Development Of 2001 Market

The website for 2001 Market Street has filled out with drawings and details for a proposed mixed-use development to replace the shuttered S&C Ford dealership on Market at Dolores and 14th. As proposed, 80 condos (50% two-bedrooms or more) over a 30,000 square foot Whole Foods Market with outdoor... Read More »

San Francisco SWL 337 Proposal: Downsized And Drawn Out

San Francisco SWL 337 Proposal: Downsized And Drawn Out

The proposed retail space for San Francisco’s Seawall Lot 337/Pier 48 (a.k.a. “Mission Rock”) has been cut by more than half and the developers are pushing to “complete the project in phases over a 17-year period that would start in 2013.” As it stands, the project would produce approximately... Read More »

A Gathering Of 555 Washington And Redwood Park YIMBY’s

A Gathering Of 555 Washington And Redwood Park YIMBY’s

A plugged-in tipster notes a neighborhood meeting this evening (5/12) to “preview” the proposed designs for 555 Washington Street and an expanded Redwood Park. The line that caught – and almost brought a tear to – our eyes: The Jackson Square Historic District property owners, the Barbary Coast Neighborhood... Read More »

Turnberry Stops Shopping, Takes Its Bags Wallet And Heads Home

Turnberry Stops Shopping, Takes Its Bags Wallet And Heads Home

Plugged-in people knew Turnberry was quietly shopping their 45 Lansing lot. Now J.K. Dineen reports that they have stopped shopping, have asked for a refund, and are headed home: Rincon Hill developer Turnberry Associates has cancelled its a 40-story deluxe condo tower at 45 Lansing St., and asked the... Read More »

2655 Bush Street: Designs For Density On The Corner Of Divisadero

2655 Bush Street: Designs For Density On The Corner Of Divisadero

Assuming a conditional use authorization to allow for the development of over one-half acre in addition to all the other requisite approvals, the vacant two-story and 48,000 square foot convalescent facility at 2655 Bush Street (corner of Divisadero) would be razed. In its place a 108,000 square foot mixed-use... Read More »

Proposal For 345 6th Street Development: Scoop, Meeting And Design

Proposal For 345 6th Street Development: Scoop, Meeting And Design

While plugged-in readers answered another’s question with regard to a proposed hotel in the vicinty of Sixth and Jessie (yes, at 942 Mission), a plugged-in tipster passes along the notice for a pre-planning commission community meeting for 345 Sixth Street, a proposed 36 unit residential project four blocks to... Read More »

Build Inc. Aims To Rebuild DMV And Add Housing/Retail

Build Inc. Aims To Rebuild DMV And Add Housing/Retail

“A state agency has selected San Francisco’s Build Inc. to redevelop the Department of Motor Vehicles field office in the Panhandle, a 2.5-acre parcel that could include a mixed-use project with housing and retail, as well as a new DMV regional office. Under the scenario being hammered out, Build... Read More »

Landmark Sarcasm Update: Hope For North Beach Pagoda Theater?

Landmark Sarcasm Update: Hope For North Beach Pagoda Theater?

It was a little over a year ago that a plugged-in reader dished the scoop on the history of the boarded up Pagoda theater in North Beach and the new owners’ plans to tear it down and build something new. Our reader’s prescient summary: “Uh. Oh. Stalemate.” And while... Read More »