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Chocolatier Planning Mission District Addition with a Rooftop Pool

Chocolatier Planning Mission District Addition with a Rooftop Pool

Dandelion Chocolates is planning to build a new four-story building behind their Mission District factory at 298 Alabama Street. And the proposed plans include a new rooftop pool, but not in a Willy Wonka kind of way. In addition to 14,000 square feet of new Production, Distribution and Repair... Read More »

Plans for a 21-Story Central SoMa Infill Hotel Revealed

Plans for a 21-Story Central SoMa Infill Hotel Revealed

As we first reported last year, “have no fear, unless you happen to rely on the parking lot at 350 Second Street or own a condo at 77 Dow Place that currently overlooks the parcel, an architect has been engaged to start working on plans for a new... Read More »

Teatro ZinZanni’s Waterfront Development Plan Refined

Teatro ZinZanni’s Waterfront Development Plan Refined

While the issue of whether Teatro ZinZanni’s proposed 180-room hotel and theater development to rise up to four stories in height along the Embarcadero, between Broadway and Vallejo, will be allowed to block the Vallejo Street right-of-way and view corridor has yet to be formally resolved, the design for... Read More »

Boba Guys Land Space in Downsized NoPa Redevelopment

Boba Guys Land Space in Downsized NoPa Redevelopment

While plans to add four floors of residential space over the existing two-story auto garage at 834-838 Divisadero Street have been abandoned, the second floor of the building (838 Divisadero) is slated to become “Che Fico,” a 115-seat Italian restaurant by David Nayfeld and Matt Brewer. And the first... Read More »

Beast on Bryant Survives Appeals, Positioning to Break Ground

Beast on Bryant Survives Appeals, Positioning to Break Ground

San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors has unanimously rejected two appeals which had aimed to overturn Planning’s approvals for a 199-unit building at 2000 Bryant Street, the so-called “Beast on Bryant” to rise up to six stories in height across the northern half of the Mission District block bounded by... Read More »

Potrero Hill Institution on the Market for $295K

Potrero Hill Institution on the Market for $295K

While “this very popular neighborhood dining destination” has been quietly listed for sale at $295,000 without any mention of its name, address nor any hint of exactly which Potrero Hill restaurant it might be, the sale includes its equipment, liquor license and the S-Corp under which it’s operating. And... Read More »

Planning Seeks More Variety for Massive Flower Mart Redevelopment

Planning Seeks More Variety for Massive Flower Mart Redevelopment

Planning has just finished its preliminary review of the draft plans for the massive redevelopment of the San Francisco Flower Mart site, a project which could yield over two million square feet of office space; 89,000 square feet of retail/restaurant space; a new 125,000 square foot Flower Mart on... Read More »

Uber about to Start Building New San Francisco HQ

Uber about to Start Building New San Francisco HQ

The pile drivers have arrived and are being assembled and the paperwork for the permits to start driving the piles to support Uber’s future worldwide headquarters building, which will rise up to eleven stories along Third Street in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood, adjacent to the embattled Warriors Arena... Read More »

A San Francisco Company’s Plans for a Showplace Home

A San Francisco Company’s Plans for a Showplace Home

Plans to level the Showplace Square industrial building turned dance hall at 1830 17th Street, which was formerly home to the Metronome Dance Collective and Cheryl Burke Dance Studio, are in the works. And as proposed, the top floor of the modern three-story building to rise up to 48-feet... Read More »

Growing Pains in Western SoMa

Growing Pains in Western SoMa

An application to legally change the use of the Western SoMa building at 1040 Bryant Street from an 18,000-square-foot distribution plant for meat to a “non-retail plant nursery” was approved by the City last year. And while it might seem like a rather expensive piece of real estate to... Read More »