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Designs For Industrial Chic Development In Historic Dogpatch

Designs For Industrial Chic Development In Historic Dogpatch

The designs for a new development to rise in Dogpatch behind the former Police Station at 2300 3rd Street and adjacent to the former Fire Station at 909 Tennessee, a building which was purchased by a plugged-in reader a few year back, have been revised and refined. As proposed, the existing one-story Furniture Innovation warehouse Read More »

Yes, You May (A.K.A. The Kind Of Comments We Love To Read)

An excerpt from our comment of the week on the sale of 909 Tennessee: Can I take a moment to tell the world again how much I love this building and have since the first time I laid eyes upon it 16 years, six months five days ago? That was the day I moved into Read More »

Wayne Prevails And Secures His Firehouse At 909 Tennessee

Wayne Prevails And Secures His Firehouse At 909 Tennessee

As Wayne wrote in February about his $1,310,000 bid for 909 Tennessee which San Francisco’s acting Director of Real Estate had represented as having fallen through: There’s so much I’d like to say about the deal but I’m going to leave it for the moment that we’re still in escrow, we always have been, we Read More »

909 Tennessee: High Bid (By Far) Backs Out But Expectation Remains

909 Tennessee: High Bid (By Far) Backs Out But Expectation Remains

The minimum bid amount of $340,000 for 909 Tennessee attracted nine bidders this past November with bids ranging from $377,000 to $1,310,000. As we noted a few weeks ago, however, the “winning” high bidder (Wayneco Heavy Industries) has backed out of the buy. While the winning bid had been placed without contingencies or conditions of Read More »

Winning Bid For Firehouse At 909 Tennessee Goes Up In Flames

Winning Bid For Firehouse At 909 Tennessee Goes Up In Flames

While the Board of Supervisors approved the sale for $1,310,000, it appears that the high bidder for the former firehouse at 909 Tennessee will not be following through on the purchase and the building will be put back out for bid. Read More »

For The Love Of Dogpatch And 909 Tennessee

From a plugged-in reader with respect to the sale of 909 Tennessee: I was the winner of the auction and no, there will be no demolishing the structure, I bought the building because I’ve loved it for nearly two decades and want to both preserve and extend it. It’s an amazing unique property in a Read More »

$1,310,000 Is Bid For 909 Tennessee And The Board Says…

$1,310,000 Is Bid For 909 Tennessee And The Board Says…

As a plugged-in reader first reported the day the nine sealed bids for 909 Tennessee were opened and read aloud, the highest bid came in at $1,310,000 from a current property owner in Dogpatch. And among the items in front of today’s San Francisco Board of Supervisors meeting, a resolution approving the sale of the Read More »

Tricks And Treats

Tricks And Treats

A month ago we asked readers to envision solutions for finishing off the lower third of the façade at 2409 Octavia. Our Halloween weekend top three: 3. While the windows might need to be faux, it’s always nice to see more green. 2. An homage to 909 Tennessee (the last open house for which is Read More »

909 Tennessee Scoop: Spruced Up And Soliciting “Fire Sale” Bids

909 Tennessee Scoop: Spruced Up And Soliciting “Fire Sale” Bids

Plugged-in people have known since February that the former firehouse at 909 Tennessee was to be sold. And while the asking price was expected to be around $735,000 at the time, the minimum bid has been set at $340,000. “Written tenders to purchase the real property by no later than 9:00 a.m. on Read More »

A One Time Fire Sale To Address An Ongoing Budgetary Problem

A One Time Fire Sale To Address An Ongoing Budgetary Problem

From Guardians of The City with respect to old Engine Company No. 16 at 909 Tennessee: City Architect John Reid Jr. designed this two-story brick structure to replace the original 1887 home of 16 Engine that was a block away at 1009 Tennessee Street. A two-story brick firehouse with a cornice brightened with small colored Read More »