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Waylaid Mission District Development Breaks Ground

Waylaid Mission District Development Breaks Ground

As we first reported earlier this year: It was back in 2015 that San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors approved the City’s $18.5 million purchase of the corner parcel at 490 South Van Ness Avenue and 16th Street in the Mission, a site which was approved for the development of... Read More »

Executive Park Tower and New Condos Closer to Reality

Executive Park Tower and New Condos Closer to Reality

While the three-acre building site above The Cove at Candlestick Point was graded back in 2009, the approved development to rise up to 16 stories in height upon the undeveloped parcel has been on hold ever since. But next week, New Horizon Development is slated to reveal their revised... Read More »

The Latest Timing and Budget for 157 Affordable Apartments to Rise

The Latest Timing and Budget for 157 Affordable Apartments to Rise

The financing to build 157 below market rate (BMR) rental units upon the former Phoenix Continuation High School site turned Mission District Navigation Center at 1950 Mission Street is now expected to close sometime between mid-November and December 15. The ground is expected to be broken within 10 days of... Read More »

Redevelopment of Iconic Tenderloin Site Positioning to Break Ground

Redevelopment of Iconic Tenderloin Site Positioning to Break Ground

The building permits for the approved eight-story building to rise on the northwest corner of Turk and Larkin, upon the site of the iconic Kahn & Keville tire and battery shop in the Tenderloin, are close to being issued. And next month, the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community... Read More »

Proposed Development in San Francisco Tracking a Seven-Year Low

Proposed Development in San Francisco Tracking a Seven-Year Low

Having peaked at 116 in 2014, the number of newly proposed plans for major developments in San Francisco has been trending down ever since, a trend which shouldn’t catch any plugged-in readers by surprise. And with around 30 preliminary proposals for major projects in the city having been submitted... Read More »

Approved Renzo Piano Tower Nearly Permitted to Rise

Approved Renzo Piano Tower Nearly Permitted to Rise

While the approval process for a 36-story tower designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop, in collaboration with Mark Cavagnero Associates, to rise up to 405-feet in height at 555 Howard Street was, in fact, fast-tracked by Planning, and the development was approved back in early 2017, the project has... Read More »

Proposed Mid-Market Infill Tower and Its Frontages Newly Rendered

Proposed Mid-Market Infill Tower and Its Frontages Newly Rendered

As newly rendered by SCB, along with a generic massing for the massive 5M project, the proposed infill tower to rise on Nordstrom’s underdeveloped parking lot parcel at 469 Stevenson Street would now measure 284 feet in height. As we first reported earlier this week, while the tower’s proposed... Read More »

Where They’re Building in San Francisco

Where They’re Building in San Francisco

As we reported earlier this week, there are now nearly 70,000 units of housing in San Francisco’s overall pipeline of development, which includes all units which are under construction, permitted to break ground, entitled to be built or simply proposed. And as newly mapped below, said pipeline includes 7,100... Read More »

Record Pipeline of Development in San Francisco Continues to Grow

Record Pipeline of Development in San Francisco Continues to Grow

With the number of newly proposed units of housing to be built in San Francisco having outpaced the number of units that recently finished up construction for the third quarter in a row, the overall pipeline of apartments and condos under development in San Francisco increased by 1,800 in... Read More »

The Growth of San Francisco’s Downtown

The Growth of San Francisco’s Downtown

Of the record 67,800 residential units in the current pipeline of development across San Francisco, roughly 10,000 of the units, or 15 percent, fall within the boundaries of the city’s Greater Downtown, which now includes most of the burgeoning Transbay District but only a sliver of Central SoMa. At... Read More »