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India Basin Shoreline Redevelopment EIR In The Works

India Basin Shoreline Redevelopment EIR In The Works

The San Francisco Redevelopment Agency and San Francisco Planning Department and about to jointly tackle the preparation of an Environmental Impact Report (“EIR”) for the proposed redevelopment of the India Basin Shoreline. The India Basin Shoreline Redevelopment Program includes four project elements, each of which facilitate implementation of the... Read More »

A New NIMBY (Not In The Mayor’s Back Yard) Effect?

A plugged-in reader notes that yesterday’s featured home at 1322 Masonic is but a few blocks from the Mayor’s. And while that’s a fact, there’s also an opinion that’s offered: ave you all noticed how much less ‘sketchy’ the Haight is since they moved in? (And the accompanying spike... Read More »

Bernal Heights Single-Family Apples To Apples (And New Supply)

Bernal Heights Single-Family Apples To Apples (And New Supply)

Listed for $949,000 in June 2007, the sale of the remodeled single-family home at 330 Gates closed escrow a month later for $1,250,000. The South Bernal home is back on the market and asking $1,195,000 in 2010. Over the past week ten single-family Bernal homes were added to the... Read More »

Mojo Parklet Opens Up, Divsiadero Street Improvements “Unveiled”

Mojo Parklet Opens Up, Divsiadero Street Improvements “Unveiled”

As the sun comes up, the police barricades around Mojo Café’s parklet are down. And in about an hour, Mayor Newsom will officially “unveil” the parklet, street improvements, and new median strip green along lower Divisadero. We give both initiatives two enthusiastic thumbs up. Perhaps even two snaps up... Read More »

A Bayshore Boulevard Corridor Conundrum As Lowe’s Leads The Way

“The Board of Supervisors is poised to approve interim zoning rules that would force large retail stores or chain stores to secure a conditional use permit before opening a location along the corridor.” ∙ Temporary restrictions to be placed on big box stores on Bayshore Boulevard ... Read More »

Ding Dong The Druggies Are Gone (31 Clipper Closes)

Ding Dong The Druggies Are Gone (31 Clipper Closes)

As we wrote this past December about Noe Valley’s one-time drug house on Clipper: Purchased for $675,000 in March 2003, public records would suggest 31 Clipper has actually been bank owned for the past two years (and taken back with $857,500+ owed). “Freshly painted” but unfortunately not as freshly... Read More »

Mixing It Up In Noe Valley: 465 Hoffman Sells For $675 Per Square

Mixing It Up In Noe Valley: 465 Hoffman Sells For $675 Per Square

As reported yesterday, the sale of 465 Hoffman closed escrow with a reported contract price of $2,970,000 ($675 per square foot), 1 percent under its last list price of $3,000,000 but 23 percent under its original list price and expectations of $3,900,000 ($886 per square foot). As the property... Read More »

Mojo Parklet In Place (And Rather Popular On This Sunny Day)

Mojo Parklet In Place (And Rather Popular On This Sunny Day)

While it hasn’t officially been unveiled, the new “parklet” in front of Mojo Bicycle Café is in place and already rather popular on a sunny day. Designed by RG Architecture, the six-month trial parklet has turned two traditional parking spaces into a forty foot deck with seating (not exclusively... Read More »

1600 Market: Envisioned Mixed-Use Redux (And Slight Reduction)

1600 Market: Envisioned Mixed-Use Redux (And Slight Reduction)

As a reader notes (and hopes), the proposed 1 Franklin development for which a building permit has been filed would rise directly across the street from the Stanley Saitowitz envisioned nine story 1600 Market, the site for which remains on the market at $3,100,000 (down from $3,195,000 a year... Read More »

From Pavement To Eight Stories For 1 Franklin As Proposed

From Pavement To Eight Stories For 1 Franklin As Proposed

As a couple of plugged-in tipsters note, the surface area parking lot at the corner of Page and Franklin (1 Franklin) is being eyed for a new eight-story mixed-use development of 35 residential units over 2,378 square feet of ground floor retail and 18 parking spaces. As proposed, the... Read More »