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Even Bigger Plans for the Shuttered Lucky Penny Site

Even Bigger Plans for the Shuttered Lucky Penny Site

While zoned for building up to 80 feet in height, the shuttered Lucky Penny parcel at 2670 Geary Boulevard is also only zoned for development’s of moderate density. And as such, plans a seven-story building, with 21 apartments over three stories of office space, a new ground floor commercial... Read More »

Plans to Raise the Roof(s) on Oakland’s Auto Row

Plans to Raise the Roof(s) on Oakland’s Auto Row

Plans to level the Oakland Mitsubishi automobile dealership at 2500 Webster Street, adjacent to Mua at 2442 Webster, are in the works. And while the Auto Row site is principally zoned for building up to 45 feet in height, Signature Development Group is planning to seek Conditional Use Authorization... Read More »

Uptown Oakland Tower Qualified for Quick Review

Uptown Oakland Tower Qualified for Quick Review

The parade of proposed Oakland towers continues with the plans for a 24-story tower to rise on the Uptown parking lot parcel at 2305 Webster Street. As designed by Studio KDA for Segula Investments, the 24-story tower would rise to a height of 240 feet and yield 130 residential... Read More »

The Future Look and Feel of Sixth Street

The Future Look and Feel of Sixth Street

In addition to the plans for an eight-story building to rise on the southeast corner of (999) Folsom and Sixth, there are three other developments in the works for the east side of Sixth Street, between Folsom and Harrison: 345 6th Street, 363 6th Street and 377 6th Street... Read More »

Another Oakland Development Is Redesigned

Another Oakland Development Is Redesigned

As we first reported last week, the Strada Investment Group is seeking permission to increase the density of the approved development to rise at 1100 Clay Street, between 11th and 12th Streets in Oakland’s City Center, from 262 apartments as approved to 288 as envisioned. And once again, the... Read More »

A Clinical Addition, Micro Units and Potential Setback on Polk

A Clinical Addition, Micro Units and Potential Setback on Polk

North East Medical Services (NEMS), a non-profit community health center, is planning to build a new medical clinic at 650 Polk Street by adding four new stories atop the existing garage currently occupied by Audiologix and adjacent to Brenda’s French Soul Food. The proposed project would rise to a... Read More »

How to Play Planning and Mint a Few Million Bucks

How to Play Planning and Mint a Few Million Bucks

Purchased as two adjacent but completely separate units in the Royal Towers building at 1750 Taylor Street for a combined $4.6 million back in January of 2014, an application to legally merge the one-bedroom unit #804 and the two-bedroom unit #805 was soon filed with the city, citing a... Read More »

Proposition Could Pose a Problem for Proposed SoMa Project

Proposition Could Pose a Problem for Proposed SoMa Project

As proposed, the former Pacific Bicycles building at 345 4th Street will be razed and a seven-story commercial building will rise up to 85 feet in height upon the Central SoMa site, with 49,580 square feet of office space over 3,240 square feet of ground floor retail. And as... Read More »

Proposed Sixth Street Development Redesigned

Proposed Sixth Street Development Redesigned

San Francisco’s Planning Commission is likely to approve the proposed redevelopment of the former Central SoMa gas station turned parking lot parcel on the southeast corner of Folsom and Sixth Streets this week. If approved, an eight-story building could rise up to 82 feet in height upon the 999... Read More »

Pipeline of Development in S.F. Holds but Nearing Negative Growth

Pipeline of Development in S.F. Holds but Nearing Negative Growth

With new proposals having been submitted to the City for roughly the same number of residential units that finished construction in the first quarter of the year, the overall pipeline of apartments and condos under development in San Francisco is holding around 63,600. But as we first noted last... Read More »