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The 690 Stanyan Project: Public Venting Vetting Tomorrow

The 690 Stanyan Project: Public Venting Vetting Tomorrow

The 690 Stanyan Project (you know, 62 condos over a 34,400-square foot Whole Foods and 176-space subterranean garage) is back in front of San Francisco’s Planning Commission tomorrow for some public venting vetting. Let us know if you happen to go and learn anything new. Read More »

The Designs For San Francisco’s “CityPlace” (935-965 Market Street)

The Designs For San Francisco’s “CityPlace” (935-965 Market Street)

From the CityPlace website: Located in the Mid-Market neighborhood between 5th and 6th Streets, this exciting new development will continue the enhancement of San Francisco’s primary retail corridor. The proposed project will stretch from 935-965 Market Street and bring approximately 250,000 square feet of new value-based retail to the... Read More »

JustQuotes: Choices, Choices, Choices For SF Full Floor Commercial

“A new study by Jones Lang LaSalle broker Shamm Kelly and Research Director Ryan Carmichael found that the number of Class A full floors available for direct lease in central business district jumped from 170 in June to 218 in early October. If you add floors available... Read More »

Hibernia Bank Buyer Unmasked (The Dolmen Property Group)

Hibernia Bank Buyer Unmasked (The Dolmen Property Group)

The buyers of San Francisco’s long vacant Hibernia Bank have been unmasked, and J.K. Dineen has the scoop: it’s the Dolmen Property Group (think 2345 Harrison and Citrino). “Dolmen Property Group Managing Director Seamus Naughten said the $3.9 million investment is a long-term hold and that the plans for... Read More »

It’s Official, No New Restaurant Or Bar Locations In North Beach

It’s Official, No New Restaurant Or Bar Locations In North Beach

The San Francisco Planning Commission favored it, the Board of Supervisors approved it, and it’s now local law: no new restaurant/bar spaces in North Beach. Oh, and the bill also stipulates “that if a space once occupied by a restaurant is vacant for 18 months it can no longer... Read More »

Noe Bagel’s Days Might Be Numbered.  Now About Next Door…

Noe Bagel’s Days Might Be Numbered. Now About Next Door…

As a plugged-in reader notes, a notice has been hung on 3931-3933 24th Street (the Noe Bagel building). From our reader: They are planning a 8,000 sqft 4 story mixed use building, near the indefinitely closed real food company store. Don’t think Noe Bagel will survive this... Read More »

Speaking Of Office Space (And Absorption) In San Francisco

Office leasing in San Francisco by the numbers and by way of the Business Times: 550,000 square feet of negative absorption in the third quarter (including 111,000 square feet in SoMa) and 684,000 square feet of negative absorption for the year. ∙ San Francisco tenants dump office space [Business... Read More »

Transbay Terminal Moves Forward, But Payments And Terms Change

Transbay Terminal Moves Forward, But Payments And Terms Change

The winning $350 million bid by the Hines/Pelli Clarke Pelli team to develop San Francisco’s new Transbay terminal and tower has been cut to $235 million “but would require the real estate developers to pay the money sooner and assume greater risk and carrying costs.” From J.K. Dineen at... Read More »

350 Mission Street Scoop Redux: Building Website Live

350 Mission Street Scoop Redux: Building Website Live

As we wrote two months ago: A plugged-in tipster delivers a rendering of the SOM/Craig Hartman design to compliment the scoop on 350 Mission Street, a 27-story green tower that’s in the works for the corner of Mission and Fremont. We’re loving the openness of the triple-height lobby. As... Read More »

Commission Favors North Beach Development Ban, Exempts Pagoda

The San Francisco Planning Commission voted 4-2 in favor of Supervisor Peskin’s Plan to ban the development of new (versus existing) spaces for restaurants and bars in North Beach. One requested “special exception”: the Pagoda Theater. ∙ Plan to nix new North Beach venues OK’d ∙... Read More »