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Another 4,000 Units Added to San Francisco’s Housing Pipeline

Another 4,000 Units Added to San Francisco’s Housing Pipeline

Following our housing pipeline report for San Francisco last week, the Planning Department updated their dataset to include all activity through the end of September, pushing the total number of housing units under construction in the city up from 8,100 to 8,900 and the total pipeline of development up... Read More »

The 55,000 Units in San Francisco’s Housing Pipeline

The 55,000 Units in San Francisco’s Housing Pipeline

According to our latest survey of the Planning Department’s data, the number of (net-new) housing units under construction in San Francisco remains around 8,100 with building permits for another 5,500 units issued, approved or in the works. There are another 28,300 units of housing in projects that have been... Read More »

On The Market For $28 Million, And Not On Broadway

On The Market For $28 Million, And Not On Broadway

While it hasn’t officially been listed, the recently modernized Pacific Heights mansion at 2250 Vallejo Street has quietly hit the market priced at $28 million, making it the most expensive house for sale in San Francisco at the moment, according to a plugged-in tipster. Originally designed by the late local... Read More »

Modern Butterfly House About To Hit The Market For $9.48 Million

Modern Butterfly House About To Hit The Market For $9.48 Million

The Butterfly House at 1051 Francisco Street was designed by John Maniscalco Architecture and prominently featured on the AIA Home Tour in 2013, so perhaps you’ve been inside. A complete rebuild of a two-unit, Mid-Century Modern building, the nearly 5,000-square-foot Russian Hill pad is now outfitted with five bedrooms,... Read More »

55,000 Units Of Housing In San Francisco’s Development Pipeline

55,000 Units Of Housing In San Francisco’s Development Pipeline

According to our survey of the Planning Department’s data, there are roughly 8,100 net-new units of housing currently under construction in San Francisco and 5,600 units for which the building permits have been issued, approved or requested and construction could soon begin. Another 28,300 units of housing have been... Read More »

Hayes Valley Biergarten Lease Could Be Extended To 2021

Hayes Valley Biergarten Lease Could Be Extended To 2021

Intended as a temporary installation until San Francisco’s economic downturn had passed and the development of the former Central Freeway Parcel L, which is zoned for building up to 55-feet in height, made sense, Supervisor London Breed has introduced a resolution which would extend the lease for the Biergarten... Read More »

One Rincon’s Second Tower In Contract, Likely Going Condo

With less than half the tower’s 298 units currently occupied despite having started leasing in early 2014, One Rincon Hill’s northwest tower is reportedly in contract to be sold for $400 million.  And while currently operating as an apartment building, the application to clear the way for the individual... Read More »

‘Historic’ Mission District Garage Eyed For Development

‘Historic’ Mission District Garage Eyed For Development

Considered a potential Historic Resource for the ‘Inner Mission Reconstruction Historic District,’ the redevelopment of the garage known as Jay’s Auto Body Center at 1721 15th Street, between Little Star Pizza and The Monastery, could be a little tricky. But the owners of the building have met with San... Read More »

Mission Bay Children’s Park Coming soon

Mission Bay Children’s Park Coming soon

Mission Bay “Park P6” is a triangular parcel of land measuring a little over an acre at the intersection of Long Bridge and China Basin Streets. The eastern two-thirds of the parcel is in the process of being transformed into a the only dedicated Children’s Playground planned for Mission... Read More »

Bayview Opening Up To Microbreweries

Bayview Opening Up To Microbreweries

Citing “an unusually large number of establishments dispensing alcoholic beverages, including beer and wine, for both on-site and off-site consumption in the Bayview area,” the existence of which “appears to contribute directly to numerous peace, health, safety and general welfare problems,” legislation prohibiting any new alcohol related establishments or... Read More »