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The 50,000 Units In San Francisco’s Housing Pipeline

The 50,000 Units In San Francisco’s Housing Pipeline

There are currently 6,700 units of housing under construction in San Francisco and another 5,000 for which the ground should soon be broken, the building permits for which have already been requested or approved. In addition, another 26,900 units of housing have been approved to be developed, but that... Read More »

From A $5M Fixer To A $10M Ranch, And That’s Just The Half Of It

From A $5M Fixer To A $10M Ranch, And That’s Just The Half Of It

A 3,000 square-foot fixer on a large Palo Alto lot raised a few eyebrows when it was listed for $6.5 million and sold for five million early last year. And with the home having since been rebuilt as a 6,000 square-foot “Napa Style” ranch house for which they’re now asking... Read More »

New Gateway To Candlestick Point And Alice Griffith Neighborhood

New Gateway To Candlestick Point And Alice Griffith Neighborhood

Built in 1962 with a total of 256 units of public housing across the 23-acre site, the first phase of redevelopment for the Alice Griffith neighborhood is slated to commence next month, with the building of 184 units of housing on Block two (2) and four (4) along the... Read More »

Refined Designs And Timing For 400-Foot Transbay Block 9 Tower

Refined Designs And Timing For 400-Foot Transbay Block 9 Tower

The designs for the 400-foot tower and 85-foot podium to rise on Transbay Block 9, at the corner of Folsom and First, have been refined by SOM (tower) and Fougeron Architecture (podium), and the total number of residences and ratio of Below Market Rate (BMR) units within the development... Read More »

Ball Is Rolling For Modern Hayes Valley Development And Beer Hall

Ball Is Rolling For Modern Hayes Valley Development And Beer Hall

With the development team and concept design for the building to rise on the slender former Central Freeway Parcel T – fronting Octavia Boulevard between Page and Rose – having been selected by the City earlier this year, the project’s Planning Department review is now officially underway. Designed by Edmonds... Read More »

First Peek Inside Warriors Arena And The Designs For Along Third

First Peek Inside Warriors Arena And The Designs For Along Third

Having first revealed the renderings for the redesigned Golden State Warriors arena to rise in Mission Bay earlier this week, we now turn your attention to the revised designs for the western side of the site, upon which two 160-foot buildings, the development’s Main Plaza, and a functional Gatehouse... Read More »

Standout Mission Bay Development Ready To Serve

Standout Mission Bay Development Ready To Serve

Designed by Mithun|Solomon in collaboration with Kennerly Architecture, and looking even better in reality – as photographed above – than versus the renderings, 1180 Fourth will provide 150 units of affordable housing and 11,000 square feet of retail along Fourth Street in South Mission Bay, anchored by a restaurant... Read More »

Take 2.0 For Mission District Development Disapproved In 2010

Take 2.0 For Mission District Development Disapproved In 2010

The plans to raze the existing one-story warehouse on the northwest corner of 15th and Shotwell and build a five-story building with 23 condos on the Mission District lot are slated to be approved this week, a plan which was disapproved in 2010 when a four-story building with ten... Read More »

Central SoMa Subway Site Could Sprout A Tower Too

Central SoMa Subway Site Could Sprout A Tower Too

The former gas station at Folsom and Fourth is long-gone and construction is well underway for the Yerba Buena/Moscone Station of San Francisco’s future Central Subway.  But that’s not all that could rise on the centrally located site, a site which is currently zoned for development up to 130-feet... Read More »

Designs For Six Stories At Brannan And Fourth

Designs For Six Stories At Brannan And Fourth

The designs for the proposed six-story office building to “rise” at 501-505 Brannan Street will be presented to San Francisco’s Planning Commission for approval next week.  As we wrote about the project last month: Speaking of development along San Francisco’s emergent Fourth Street Transit spine, while the City’s Central SoMa... Read More »

Tech Moguls, Oligarchs, And Telegraph Hill Dwellers Take Note

Tech Moguls, Oligarchs, And Telegraph Hill Dwellers Take Note

Tech moguls and foreign oligarchs take note: San Francisco’s Supervisors have upheld the necessary approvals for three modern townhomes to rise on upon the mostly vacant lot at 115 Telegraph Hill Boulevard, denying the Telegraph Hill Dwellers’ bids to block the development. The Dwellers’ appeals – one based on... Read More »

Big Dogpatch Development Slated To Clear Environmental Hurdle

Big Dogpatch Development Slated To Clear Environmental Hurdle

With relatively few comments or challenges, the Environmental Impact Report for AvalonBay’s proposed development of 338 apartments to rise at 800 Indiana Street, in Dogpatch on the 2.5-acre parcel upon which the San Francisco Opera’s warehouse currently stands, is slated to be certified by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this week. Surrounded by... Read More »

Designs For New Mission Bay Development Fronting Fourth

Designs For New Mission Bay Development Fronting Fourth

A plugged-in reader delivers the early designs for the mixed-use development to rise on Mission Bay Block 6 (a.k.a. 1300 Fourth Street) with 135 affordable apartments over eight distinct ground-floor commercial spaces. As designed by Mithun Solomon and Studio VARA, a double-height restaurant at the corner of Fourth and... Read More »

The Public Art To Adorn San Francisco’s First Micro-Unit Building

The Public Art To Adorn San Francisco’s First Micro-Unit Building

With the construction of Panoramic Interest’s 11-story building rising on the southwest corner of Mission and 9th Streets nearing completion, a building which includes a total of 160 market-rate units, of which 120 are “micro-units” as small as 274 square feet in size, it’s time to unveil the public art... Read More »

Timing And Details For Affordable Housing And Retail On Fourth

Timing And Details For Affordable Housing And Retail On Fourth

With the rebuilding of Mission Bay Block 5 underway and the surviving half of the Mission Bay 360 Project having risen on Mission Bay Block 11 behind, the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Group (TDNC) has been selected to develop 135 units of below market rate housing and 10,000 square feet... Read More »