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Plans for 520-Foot Tower at Van Ness and Market Have Been Drawn

Plans for 520-Foot Tower at Van Ness and Market Have Been Drawn

Lendlease Development has drafted their preliminary plans for a 520-foot-tall tower to rise at 30 Van Ness Avenue. And while previous plans for the Hub District parcel had envisioned razing the City’s existing five-story building on the site and starting from scratch, Lendlease is proposing to add two stories... Read More »

Sale of Mid-Market Tower Site Tentatively Approved

Sale of Mid-Market Tower Site Tentatively Approved

Rejected by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors at the end of 2015, when the proposed purchase price was $80 million, the term sheet for the sale of the City’s five-story building at 30 Van Ness Avenue, a building which sits upon a prominent parcel which is currently zoned for... Read More »

Big Plans for the Burgeoning Hub District’s Streets and Plazas

Big Plans for the Burgeoning Hub District’s Streets and Plazas

With up to 9,000 units of housing expected to be built within the boundaries of San Francisco’s burgeoning Hub District, which is off-centered around the intersection of Market Street and South Van Ness Avenue, the plan to guide the development of the neighborhood’s “Public Realm” (i.e., all the space... Read More »

Changes to Allow for Taller Goodwill Site Tower Slated for Approval

Changes to Allow for Taller Goodwill Site Tower Slated for Approval

The public hearing at which the height and bulk limits for the proposed 550-unit apartment tower to rise on the Goodwill site at the corner of Mission and South Van Ness Avenue could be raised has been scheduled for March 23. And if approved along with the project’s Environmental... Read More »

Refined Designs and Timing for Massive Goodwill Site Development

Refined Designs and Timing for Massive Goodwill Site Development

As Related California pushes forward with plans for a 550-unit rental tower to rise up to 396 feet in height on the Goodwill site at the corner of Mission and South Van Ness, SOM is refining the designs for the proposed 1500 Mission Street project which also includes a... Read More »

City’s Mid-Market Tower Site to Fetch $7M Less than Authorized

City’s Mid-Market Tower Site to Fetch $7M Less than Authorized

While the sale of the City’s five-story building at 30 Van Ness Avenue, a building which sits upon a parcel which is zoned for development up to 400 feet in height, was authorized for sale by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors with a price of “no less than $87... Read More »

First Peek: 560-Unit Mid-Market Tower Rendered

First Peek: 560-Unit Mid-Market Tower Rendered

As Related California pushes forward with plans for a 560-unit rental tower to rise at 1500 Mission and South Van Ness, the corner parcel upon which Goodwill currently resides, we get our first peek at ​SOM’s early designs for the project. The proposed apartments will average around 730 square... Read More »

Conceptual Designs For The Missing 400-Foot Mid-Market Tower

Conceptual Designs For The Missing 400-Foot Mid-Market Tower

As a number of readers quickly noted, the contextual renderings for the proposed Mid-Market tower to rise up to 450-feet at 30 Otis omitted a massing for the 400-foot tower that’s expected to rise at 30 Van Ness Avenue, the corner parcel which the City is in the process... Read More »

30 Van Ness Sale Authorized, 600 Units Expected To Rise

30 Van Ness Sale Authorized, 600 Units Expected To Rise

Speaking of underutilized city property, the sale of the five-story building at 30 Van Ness Avenue which sits on a Mid-Market parcel zoned for development up to 400 feet in height has been authorized by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors with a price of no less than $87 million.... Read More »

Bids For Mid-Market Tower Site Due In Two Weeks

Bids For Mid-Market Tower Site Due In Two Weeks

Bids to buy 30 Van Ness Avenue, the five-story building which is owned and occupied by the City and sits on a Mid-Market parcel zoned for development up to 400 feet in height, and is large enough to support the development of over 500 units of housing, are due on... Read More »