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Plans for a Massive New Industrial Center in San Francisco

Plans for a Massive New Industrial Center in San Francisco

A few years ago we first noted that the LaSalle Industrial Park complex at 749 Toland Street in western Bayview, upon which four single-story warehouse buildings with a total of 448,000 square feet of space currently sit, bisected by I-280, was on the market. And as we wrote at... Read More »

Why LuLu’s Shuttering Shouldn’t Come as a Surprise

Why LuLu’s Shuttering Shouldn’t Come as a Surprise

While the shuttering of Restaurant LuLu after 24 years at 816 Folsom Street appears to have caught some by surprise, the writing was on the wall if you knew where to look. Purchased for $1 million back in 1991, the parcel upon which the restaurant’s 8,600-square-foot building sits is... Read More »

Warriors Slated to Break Ground for New SF Arena in Two Weeks

Warriors Slated to Break Ground for New SF Arena in Two Weeks

Having prevailed in their legal battle with the Mission Bay Alliance over the adequacy of the Environmental Impact Report for the proposed 18,000-seat arena and event center to rise in San Francisco’s Mission Bay, the Golden State Warriors are slated to break ground at 300 South Street on January... Read More »

Designer Noe Pad Priced at $6.8 Million

Designer Noe Pad Priced at $6.8 Million

While it hasn’t yet been listed for sale, the asking price for the designer five-bedroom home at 4352 26th Street has been set at $6.8 million or roughly $1,420 per finished square foot for the new 4,800-square-foot pad. A sale at asking would make the 26th Street pad the... Read More »

Folsom Street Rising: Newly Rendered and Closer to Reality

Folsom Street Rising: Newly Rendered and Closer to Reality

With plans to raise the roof at 633 Folsom Street in the works, and the designs for a 14-story building to rise on the corner site of the two-story Canton Seafood & Dim Sum restaurant at 655 Folsom Street now closer to reality, the proposed 667 Folsom Street project,... Read More »

Bankrupt West Oakland Project Site in Play

Bankrupt West Oakland Project Site in Play

While the West Oakland warehouse at the corner of Filbert and 24th Streets is in the hands of a bankruptcy trustee, and the entitlements to level the site and construct 55 new ‘Emerald Parc’ townhomes on the parcels known as 2400 Filbert Street were slated to expire at the... Read More »

More Height Coming in the New Year

More Height Coming in the New Year

While the height of the new Salesforce/Transbay Tower rising at 415 Mission Street has already caught plenty of people by surprise, particularly when unexpectedly seen from afar, keep in mind that the tower’s 150-foot-tall crown, which will represent 14 percent of the 1,070-foot-tall Transbay tower’s total height, has yet... Read More »

Supersized North Oakland Development Closer to Reality

Supersized North Oakland Development Closer to Reality

The refined designs for a 25-story tower to rise up to 260 feet in height at 532 Turquoise Street, across from the MacArthur BART Station in North Oakland, will be presented to Oakland’s Planning Commission on January 18. As designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB) for Boston Properties, the... Read More »

Proposed Development in San Francisco Drops to a Four-Year Low

Proposed Development in San Francisco Drops to a Four-Year Low

With two days left in 2016, the preliminary plans for 79 major developments have been submitted to San Francisco’s Planning Department since the beginning of the year. And as we forecast last month, that’s the fewest since 54 in 2012 and down from a peak of 116 in 2014.... Read More »

Timing for Massive Flower Mart Project and an Interim Parking Lot

Timing for Massive Flower Mart Project and an Interim Parking Lot

Having served as a fleet parking lot and storage facility for AT&T/Pacific Bell service vehicles since the 1970’s, the corner parcel at 610 Brannan Street was sold to Kilroy Realty earlier this year and has been wrapped into the proposed redevelopment of the San Francisco Flower Mart site, a... Read More »