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870 Harrison Street: 26 New Condos On The Map

870 Harrison Street: 26 New Condos On The Map

The latest project from JS Sullivan, 870 Harrison Street was originally approved for development in 2009 but then waylaid by “economic issues and market conditions caused by the economic recession.” Designed by Leavitt Architecture, the 26-unit Central SoMa development, a mix of 18 one-bedrooms and 8 two-bedrooms, is now slated to receive its condo final Read More »

Citing “Market Conditions,” 870 Harrison Seeks 3 More Years To Start

Citing “Market Conditions,” 870 Harrison Seeks 3 More Years To Start

As plugged-in people know, the building of a 65-foot-tall mixed-use building at 870 Harrison Street was approved back in 2009. Running out of time to start construction before its approval expires, and citing “economic issues and market conditions caused by the economic recession,” tomorrow San Francisco’s Planning Commission will entertain a request to extend approval Read More »

870 Harrison Update: Development Unanimously Approved

870 Harrison Update: Development Unanimously Approved

It’s a plugged-in tipster that notes the development of 870 Harrison Street by JS Sullivan was unanimously approved last week. Design by Leavitt Architecture, as rendered by ZŪM: As previously summarized by us: Twenty-six residential units (18 one-bedroom, 8 two-bedroom) over either 4,050 or 2,560 square feet of ground-floor PDR (Planning Commissions Resolution 17707 “allows Read More »

Twenty-Five Days From A Positive Negative For Twenty-Six Units

Twenty-Five Days From A Positive Negative For Twenty-Six Units

As 870 Harrison currently stands (above): a two-story industrial building providing 6,120 square feet of production, distribution, and repair (PDR) and accessory office space behind a small parking lot.  As proposed as a six-story mixed-use building: Twenty-six residential units (18 one-bedroom, 8 two-bedroom) over either 4,050 or 2,560 square feet of ground-floor PDR (Planning Commissions Read More »