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Uber Slows its Roll in Oakland, Doubles Down in San Francisco

Uber Slows its Roll in Oakland, Doubles Down in San Francisco

With Uptown Station’s opening already pushed back to the second quarter of 2018 due to design changes, Uber is now looking to sublet up to half of the 300,000 square feet of future office space at the former Sears Building in Uptown Oakland which it purchased for $123.5 million... Read More »

Redevelopment of Pier 29 Closer to Reality

Redevelopment of Pier 29 Closer to Reality

The proposed redevelopment of 22,000 square feet of the Bulkhead Building which fronts the Embarcadero at Pier 29 is closer to reality with San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors having endorsed the Conceptual Term Sheet for a 15-year lease and rehabilitation of the site, the final negotiation of which can... Read More »

North Beach Restaurant in Play with Plans to Apartmentize

North Beach Restaurant in Play with Plans to Apartmentize

The required variance to convert the second and third floors of the North Beach restaurant at 1268 Grant Avenue, which is currently doing business as Tamarind Hall, into four apartments with a garden roof deck has been approved. And with the paperwork to secure the building permits for the conversion... Read More »

Iconic Lion Pub Building Has Sold for $3.5 Million

Iconic Lion Pub Building Has Sold for $3.5 Million

The now vacant Pacific Heights Victorian building on the southeast corner of Divisadero and Sacramento, the bottom floor of which had operated as the iconic Lion Pub for the past five decades, has just sold for $3.5 million having been listed for $4.5 million at the end of last... Read More »

Narrow Market Street Site on the Market Touting Tower Potential

Narrow Market Street Site on the Market Touting Tower Potential

Built in 1922, the narrow two-story building at 570 Market Street, which also fronts Sutter Street and is currently home to Daiso Japan, Creative Marketing Concepts, ABC Cleaners, Lucky Nails and Jack’s Shoe Repair, is now on the market for $16 million or roughly $1,000 per square foot. While... Read More »

The Quest to Reopen Julius’ Castle

The Quest to Reopen Julius’ Castle

As we wrote about this long-shuttered local landmark back in 2014: Having operated as a restaurant since 1922, but shuttered in 2007 amid allegations of landlord fraud and un-permitted renovations, San Francisco’s landmark Julius’ Castle at 302 Greenwich Street hit the market in 2010 listed for $4,950,000. Having failed... Read More »

Big and Bigger Plans for an Oakland Tower and Terrace in the Sky

Big and Bigger Plans for an Oakland Tower and Terrace in the Sky

In addition to plans for infilling Jack London Square, the CIM Group is pushing forward with two options for a new Uptown Oakland tower to rise on the current parking lot site at 325 22nd Street.  And based on current building heights, one of the options could yield the tallest... Read More »

Bigger Plans to Transform This Tenderloin Block and Local Icon

Bigger Plans to Transform This Tenderloin Block and Local Icon

The Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist has been working on plans to redevelop the Tenderloin parcel upon which their 27,000-square-foot church sits, as we first reported back in 2013. As originally envisioned, the existing church and boarded-up storefronts at 450-474 O’Farrell Street were to be completely razed and a... Read More »

The Redevelopment of Stuff

The Redevelopment of Stuff

Billed as a “rare redevelopment opportunity in one of the most desirable areas…of San Francisco,” the 16,500 square foot building at 150 Valencia Street, which is currently home to STUFF, a collective of over 60 vintage-modern dealers, is now on the market for $6.1 million (which doesn’t include the... Read More »

Cha Cha Condos in the Haight?

Cha Cha Condos in the Haight?

Plans for a seven-unit residential building to rise up to four stories in height upon the undeveloped portion of Cha Cha Cha’s Haight Street parcel at 1801 Haight Street have been drawn and submitted to the City for review. As envisioned, Cha Cha Cha’s existing building on the corner... Read More »