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A False Sense Of Preservation In SF?

A False Sense Of Preservation In SF?

While the proposed Polk Gulch development to rise twelve stories on Pine Street isn’t facing any significant opposition from its neighbors, San Francisco’s Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) is encouraging the Planning Commission to require an alternative design. As we first reported about Arquitectonica’s design for the 1545 Pine Street project... Read More »

Polk Gulch Rising: New Development Running Unopposed

Polk Gulch Rising: New Development Running Unopposed

The latest renderings for the 1545 Pine Street project will be presented to San Francisco’s Planning Commission this week, with the Planning Department’s recommendation that the Polk Gulch development be approved as proposed. As designed by Arquitectonica for Trumark Urban, the 12-story building should rise on the south side of Pine... Read More »

Twelve-Story Polk Gulch Development Slated For Approval

Twelve-Story Polk Gulch Development Slated For Approval

The proposed Polk Gulch development which would rise to a height of 130 feet on the south side of Pine Street between Polk and Van Ness Avenue – adjacent to, but not upon, the Grubstake site – is slated to be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission in a couple... Read More »

Mid-Market Fireworks: Rendering Flash And Rocketing Rents

Mid-Market Fireworks: Rendering Flash And Rocketing Rents

Shorenstein is pushing forward with the development of 1066 Market Street, a proposed 300-unit building designed by Arquitectonica to rise a narrow twelve stories along Market Street with the bulk of the building a floor or two higher along Jones and Golden Gate Avenue (as rendered above). The proposed... Read More »

Transbay Neighborhood Site For Approved 418-Unit Tower Sold

Transbay Neighborhood Site For Approved 418-Unit Tower Sold

Hines and Invesco have partnered to purchase 41 Tehama Street, the Transbay District parcel which was originally approved for development up to 31-stories and then “supersized” last year. The 41 Tehama site is now entitled for a 35-story residential tower to reach a height of 360 feet, with up... Read More »

Polk Gulch Development Rendered, Ready For Environmental Review

Polk Gulch Development Rendered, Ready For Environmental Review

Across Van Ness Avenue from two 13-story towers slated to rise, Trumark Companies is planning to raze five little buildings between 1527 and 1545 Pine Street and construct a 12-story building designed by Arquitectonica in their place. The proposed Polk Gulch development would yield up to 107 residential units with 2,844... Read More »

Plans To Raze Market Street “Home” And Build 64 Apartments

Plans To Raze Market Street “Home” And Build 64 Apartments

Plans to raze the shuttered Home restaurant at the Corner of Market and Church and construct a seven-story building designed by Arquitectonica with 64 apartments, 15 parking spaces, and 4,700 square feet of retail space on the ground floor have been submitted to Planning for review. Having sat vacant... Read More »

Shorenstein’s Proposed Mid-Market Development Rendered

Shorenstein’s Proposed Mid-Market Development Rendered

While Shorenstein’s proposed “Mid-Market” development between Jones and Taylor would rise a slender twelve stories along Market Street, the majority of the 301-unit building would rise an effective 14 stories on the parking lot behind which slopes up Jones to Golden Gate Avenue. Along Golden Gate Avenue, the Arquitectonica... Read More »

Plans For Another Twelve-Story Mid-Market/Tenderloin Tower

Plans For Another Twelve-Story Mid-Market/Tenderloin Tower

Shorenstein Properties has filed preliminary plans to build a 12-story residential building designed by Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica on a parcel which fronts Market Street between Jones and Taylor but is primarily the parking lot on the southeast corner of Jones and Golden Gate Ave. The proposed 1066 Market... Read More »

Another Big Pine Street Development In The Works, And It’s Not The Saitowitz Design

Another Big Pine Street Development In The Works, And It’s Not The Saitowitz Design

Across Van Ness Avenue from the two proposed 13-story towers to rise on Pine Street, Trumark Companies is working on plans to raze the five one and two-story buildings between 1527 and 1545 Pine Street and construct a 12-story building designed by Arquitectonica on the site rather the Stanley... Read More »

The Revised Design(s) And Timing For A Tower At 41 Tehama

The Revised Design(s) And Timing For A Tower At 41 Tehama

As we first reported a few weeks ago, the original plans for a 550-foot tower designed by SOM to rise at 41 Tehama have been shelved and Fritzi Realty is moving forward with new plans for a 342 foot tower designed by Arquitectonica to rise on the site. The... Read More »

Reaching Out For A 32-Story Residential Tower To Rise At 41 Tehama

Reaching Out For A 32-Story Residential Tower To Rise At 41 Tehama

The original plans for a 550-foot tower designed by SOM to rise at 41 Tehama have been shelved, but with the Transit Center District Plan having been adopted and the site successfully upzoned from 220 to 360 feet, Fritzi Realty is moving forward with new plans to build an... Read More »

Arquitectonica Designed 1998 Market Street Ready To Break Ground

Arquitectonica Designed 1998 Market Street Ready To Break Ground

Unanimously approved by the Planning Commission back in 2009, the plans for 115 condos to rise in an Arquitectonica designed development at 1998 Market Street have been dusted off and permits pulled with construction expected to begin within 30 days. Construction is slated to last for 18 months with... Read More »

The Arquitectonica Redesigned 201 Folsom Street Rendering Scoop

The Arquitectonica Redesigned 201 Folsom Street Rendering Scoop

Arquitectonica blows the 725 doors off the old Heller Manus design for Tishman Speyer’s development at 201 Folsom. And as promised, we have the rendering and design scoop. The 80 foot full-lot podium is gone, instead two podium buildings topped with park-like outdoor areas for residents rise on the... Read More »