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New Condos Starting In The $400,000s?

New Condos Starting In The $400,000s?

Demolition has started to make way for construction of The Hayes, an eight-story condominium (128 units) and retail development in Hayes Valley (55 Page at Gough). It’s a long way from completion (rendering), but the “Starting in the $400,000s” is sure to get a lot of people’s attention and... Read More »

706 Mission Sold And Mission Bay Booming

Add the 10-story office building at 706 Mission St. to the list of “older, smaller office structures snapped up by luxury housing developers” over the past couple of years (others include “the former Chronicle building at 690 Market St.; 333 Grant Ave.; 74 New Montgomery St.; and 201 Sansome... Read More »

Renovation Sighting: 3536 Sacramento

Renovation Sighting: 3536 Sacramento

Numerous hopeful NIMBYs have asked us if we could provide any insight into the renovation of the beautiful old building located at 3536 Sacramento which used to the home of an “unsightly garage and body shop”. That we can. The new tenant will be…the same old garage and body... Read More »

NOPNA Is In The House

The North of Panhandle Neighborhood Association (NOPNA) announces “the first of a series of Community Meetings to discuss the Future of the Lower Divisadero Commercial District (approximately between Haight and Eddy).” This first meeting will be held at 6:30 PM on Wednesday, February 8 at the CPMC Davies Hospital... Read More »

SocketSnaps: Hayes Valley Holiday Block Party 2005

Hopefully you made it to the Hayes Valley Holiday Block Party. It was perfect holiday weather, shopping, and cheer. Read More »

Hayes Valley Holiday Block Party 2005

Find yourself missing NYC’s NoLita or SoHo? Then head down to Hayes Valley, especially this Friday, December 2nd, from 6-9pm for the Hayes Valley Holiday Block Party. It’s full tilt people watching and boutique shopping (with none of the typical street fair schlock). We love it. And we’ll be... Read More »

Can’t We All Just Get Along?

“Home Depot received official approval to build a store on Bayshore Boulevard, after a narrow vote by the Board of Supervisors ended years of frustrated attempts by the big-box retailer.” That being said, Supervisor Ammiano vowed “It’s not over yet.” Come on Tom, at least employ a good catch... Read More »

Potential Home (Depot) Wreckers

The Board of Supervisors is considering an appeal of the Planning Commissions approval for Home Depot’s Bayview project. Specifically, the supervisors were charged with looking at whether the project’s environmental impact report — accepted by the Planning Commission — was accurate, objective and complete. Paul Maltzer, the Planning Department’s... Read More »