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Housing Pipeline Holds as Construction Rises in San Francisco

Housing Pipeline Holds as Construction Rises in San Francisco

With new proposals having been submitted to the City for roughly the same number of residential units that finished construction in the second quarter of the year, the overall pipeline of apartments and condos under development in San Francisco is holding around 63,500 having peaked at 63,700 in the... Read More »

$80M Affordable Development Ready to Rise in Mission Bay

$80M Affordable Development Ready to Rise in Mission Bay

A 75-year ground lease for the eastern half of Mission Bay Block 3 which fronts Third Street, between Mission Rock and Long Bridge, is slated to be approved next week. Financing is expected to be funded next month. And the construction of a five-story building with 119 below market... Read More »

Temporary Transbay Terminal to Become a Condo Showroom

Temporary Transbay Terminal to Become a Condo Showroom

While there are big plans to redevelop the Transbay District block bounded by Howard, Beale, Folsom and Main once San Francisco’s Temporary Transbay Terminal is shuttered after San Francisco’s new Transbay Transit Center opens sometime next year, the ground for around 240 affordable units to rise up to 165-feet... Read More »

The First of Brooklyn Basin’s Two Affordable Buildings

The First of Brooklyn Basin’s Two Affordable Buildings

With the first building of the massive Brooklyn Basin project – a 64-acre East Bay development which will yield up to 3,100 units of housing, 200,000 square feet of commercial/retail space and 30 acres of open space along Oakland’s waterfront – under construction and plans for the second building... Read More »

Agent Accused of Affordable Housing Fraud

Agent Accused of Affordable Housing Fraud

Back in 2008, a local real estate agent purchased a below market rate (BMR) one-bedroom condo on the eighth floor of the newly built SoMa Grand for $221,698. As part of the purchase agreement for the affordable unit, the agent signed an affidavit affirming that he would occupy unit... Read More »

Alternatives for Redevelopment of Iconic Tenderloin Site Outlined

Alternatives for Redevelopment of Iconic Tenderloin Site Outlined

The environmental impact report (EIR) for the proposed development of over 100 affordable apartments at the corner of Turk and Larkin is being prepared. And as we first reported last year, the proposed incorporation of a portion of the existing L-shaped building on the site, which was constructed in... Read More »

Development to Rise on Navigation Center Site Even Closer to Reality

Development to Rise on Navigation Center Site Even Closer to Reality

The proposed development of 157 below market rate apartments to rise up to nine stories in height at 1950 Mission Street, upon the former Phoenix Continuation High School site turned Navigation Center in the Mission, has been formally granted a streamlined environmental review. As such, the development could theoretically... Read More »

Pipeline of Development in S.F. Holds but Nearing Negative Growth

Pipeline of Development in S.F. Holds but Nearing Negative Growth

With new proposals having been submitted to the City for roughly the same number of residential units that finished construction in the first quarter of the year, the overall pipeline of apartments and condos under development in San Francisco is holding around 63,600. But as we first noted last... Read More »

Take Two for a Tenderloin Development That’s Headed Market Rate

Take Two for a Tenderloin Development That’s Headed Market Rate

Originally approved for the development of five stories of affordable housing back in 2004, the entitlement to build upon the undeveloped Tenderloin parcel at 519 Ellis Street, adjacent to the Senator Hotel, expired at the end of 2007. An attempt to revive the entitlement in 2008, and then again... Read More »

The Latest Accounting for Mission Bay

The Latest Accounting for Mission Bay

When San Francisco’s 300-acre Mission Bay neighborhood is fully developed, it will include 6,400 units of housing. That’s 1,100 more than today, with 500 of those units under construction and planning for the remaining 600, all of which are slated to be offered at below market rates, underway. In... Read More »