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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 »

Development Team Snags Former Freeway Parcel T In Hayes Valley

Development Team Snags Former Freeway Parcel T In Hayes Valley

Former Central Freeway Parcel T, the current 5,500 square foot parking lot which fronts Octavia Boulevard between Page and Rose, has been awarded to a development team. Zoned for development up to 50 feet in height, the City has selected Linden Partners, a joint venture of DDG and DM Development... Read More »

Modern Hayes Valley Development Breaks Ground, Opening 2014

Modern Hayes Valley Development Breaks Ground, Opening 2014

DDG and DM Development have just broken ground on 400 Grove Street, the modern 34-unit Hayes Valley development designed by Fougeron Architecture to rise at the corner of Grove and Gough Streets. Reaching a maximum height of five stories, the 400 Grove Street building includes a little over 2,000... Read More »

New Condos At 400 Grove Street Up For Approval And Not Unopposed

New Condos At 400 Grove Street Up For Approval And Not Unopposed

On the agenda for San Francisco’s Planning Commission this week, the approval of 34 new condos and a cafe to be built at 400 Grove Street at the corner of Gough, also known as Central Freeway Parcel H, currently a Hayes Valley parking lot. The full scoop, design and... Read More »