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Central SoMa Development Closer to Reality Sans X Space

Central SoMa Development Closer to Reality Sans X Space

Having qualified for a streamlined environmental review, plans to raze the former Pacific Bicycles building at 345 4th Street could be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission next week. And having avoided being classified as an industrial building, as it was originally built back in 1925 and which could... Read More »

The Master Plan for Two New Kaiser Center Towers to Rise

The Master Plan for Two New Kaiser Center Towers to Rise

Plans to demolish the mall portion of the Kaiser Center complex at 300 Lakeside Drive in Oakland and build two skinny office towers rising up to 574 feet in height on the site, with a combined total of 1.5 million square feet of new office space, were approved back... Read More »

Refined Designs for Showplace Square Maker / Office Development

Refined Designs for Showplace Square Maker / Office Development

As we first reported yesterday, the proposed Showplace Square maker/office project to rise up to four stories in height at One De Haro Street has qualified for a streamlined environmental review. And in fact, the re-development of the now centrally located San Francisco Gravel Company site, as newly refined... Read More »

Newly Approved Development on the Market in Dogpatch

Newly Approved Development on the Market in Dogpatch

As we wrote at the beginning of this year: Plans to redevelop the Dogpatch parcel at 2230 Third Street, upon which the one-story Leo’s Tire and Brake shop building which was most recently occupied by Skully Helmets (a crowdfunded tech company which was shuttered in 2016, its assets sold... Read More »

Plans for Stonestown Galleria Redevelopment Formalized

Plans for Stonestown Galleria Redevelopment Formalized

As we first reported early last year, Macy’s was in contract to sell its 280,000-square-foot Stonestown Galleria location, which opened in 1952, to General Growth Properties, the terms of which included a temporary leaseback of the store until the plans for redeveloping the location were formalized and approved. With... Read More »

Iconic Western SoMa Club Building on the Market for $6 Million

Iconic Western SoMa Club Building on the Market for $6 Million

Purchased for $2.6 million in the fourth quarter of 2014 and subsequently remodeled and expanded, including the addition of a new roof deck, the former home to the first leather bar on Folsom Street, FeBe’s, which opened in 1966 and anchored the leather scene in San Francisco through the... Read More »

Get Ready to Rumble, Not Just Shake, If Approved

Get Ready to Rumble, Not Just Shake, If Approved

As we first reported at the beginning of the year, and formally confirmed last week, Shake Shack is planning to convert the shuttered Real Food Company building on the southeast corner of Fillmore and Filbert, down in Cow Hollow, into its first outlet in San Francisco, as newly rendered... Read More »

SF’s First Whole Foods 365 Closer to Reality

SF’s First Whole Foods 365 Closer to Reality

As we first reported a couple weeks ago, plans to convert the shuttered Lombardi Sports building at 1600 Jackson Street, at the corner of Polk, into San Francisco’s first Whole Foods Market 365 could be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission next week. Once again, the proposed grocery would... Read More »

Location for First Shake Shack in San Francisco Confirmed

Location for First Shake Shack in San Francisco Confirmed

As we first reported at the beginning of the year, the owners of the shuttered Real Food Company building on the southeast corner of Fillmore and Filbert had quietly met with the City to discuss a conversion of the nearly 12,000-square-foot structure into a “luxury fine casual restaurant and... Read More »

New Life and Passage for a Market Street Plaza as Proposed

New Life and Passage for a Market Street Plaza as Proposed

While technically a 13,000-square-foot “plaza,” the area between the two downtown buildings at 555 and 575 Market Street was effectively privatized and turned into an elevated walkway and entrance to its two adjacent towers back in the 1990s when the Market Center complex was owned by Chevron. But as... Read More »