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Five Years Late (And One “N” Short)

Five Years Late (And One “N” Short)

“The Millenium Tower, a 60-story skyscraper at 301 Mission St., will begin construction in early September next to the terminal, as a developer down the street at 535 Mission St. attempts to build a 35-story tower with 287 condos. And the area around the terminal is expected to become... Read More »

Hayes Valley And Octavia Boulevard Update

Hayes Valley And Octavia Boulevard Update

Matt over at the SFHomeBlog is keeping us honest this morning. We’ve been remiss in covering the Octavia Boulevard development, but damn it, no longer… The public comment period on the Market & Octavia Neighborhood Plan has been extended to Tuesday August 23, at 5pm. A few other resources... Read More »

Three New Developments Around Town

Three new condo developments are on our radar screen and we’re looking for some insight to share. Has anyone researched, toured, or bought any of these units? (email tips@socketsite.com) · 69 Clementina · 175 Bluxome · Sierra Heights Read More »

Update: Hotel Condo Conversions

Instead of an outright ban on condo conversions for hotels with over 50 rooms, Supervisor Peskin has agreed to amend his legislative proposal to create an 18-month ban on condo conversions for “tourist” hotels of 100+ rooms. Guess we won’t be moving to the Fairmont anytime soon. “This compromise... Read More »

Bayview/Bernal Home Depot Update

Home Depot will present its final Environmental Impact Report to the Planning Commission this Thursday, July 28, at 5pm in City Hall Room 400. The public is welcome to attend and comment prior to the Commissions “go”/“no-go” vote. Bring popcorn, this one should be interesting. · Home Depot debate... Read More »

Home Depot Almost Home?

Home Depot Almost Home?

Next week Home Depot is headed back in front of the Planning Commission. Having signed a lease for the old Goodman Lumber location at 491 Bayshore Blvd. over five years ago, the Depot is still seeking approval to begin development. Proponents point to desperately needed neighborhood jobs and a... Read More »

From Hillside To Housing

From Hillside To Housing

According to the Examiner, San Francisco has “declared the hillside at Henry Street and Roosevelt Way surplus property and could sell it to raise money for affordable housing or develop it for homeless housing.” Have an objection or care to learn more? Attend the Buena Vista Neighborhood Association’s meeting... Read More »

That’s More Like It

That’s More Like It

Having just declared Carter Terrance the best-looking new complex in San Francisco, John King goes and profiles a much better-looking development the very next day. Regardless, kudos to the developers (Citizens Housing and Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation) and architect (david baker + partners). · soma studios + 8th +... Read More »