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West SoMa Development Watch: 99 Rausch Refined

West SoMa Development Watch: 99 Rausch Refined

The cement plaster lattice which was originally intended to frame a phantom sixth floor on the corner of the proposed building to rise at Folsom and Rausch has been removed from the project’s final design, but otherwise the architecture for the development dubbed 99 Rausch remains fundamentally the same and is slated to be approved Read More »

Six-Story SoMa Development Dubbed 99 Rausch Slated For Approval

Six-Story SoMa Development Dubbed 99 Rausch Slated For Approval

The proposed six-story building to rise on the northwest corner of Folsom and Rausch, with 112 condos over 5,600 square feet of ground-floor retail fronting Folsom Street, is slated to be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission in three weeks time. Designed BAR Architects and dubbed 99 Rausch, which is not to be confused with Read More »

Condos To Rise On 16th Street In Record Setting Deal

Condos To Rise On 16th Street In Record Setting Deal

MX3 Ventures has paid $8.7 million for the two-story Superior Automotive shop at 3140-50 16th Street between Valencia and Guerrero in the Mission and has hired BAR Architects to design a five-story building with up to 25 condos and 8,000 square feet of retail to rise on the site. As reported by J.K. Dineen, the transaction Read More »

From Waterfront Warehouse To Over 300 Homes As Proposed

From Waterfront Warehouse To Over 300 Homes As Proposed

The plans to convert Alameda’s landmark Del Monte warehouse building into a mix of 309 housing units along with 10,000 square feet of retail space were presented to the city’s Historical Advisory Board last week. As designed by BAR Architects, the exterior of the brick and timber warehouse would be restored, two of the four Read More »

Six Story Folsom Street Development Rendered, Dubbed 99 Rausch

Six Story Folsom Street Development Rendered, Dubbed 99 Rausch

The Local Development Group has officially filed their application to raze the former Bay Lighting & Design building and adjacent parking lot on the northeast corner of Folsom and Rausch and construct a mixed-use development with 112 residential units, 5,600 square feet of ground floor retail, and 100 parking stalls on the West SoMa site. Read More »

The Early Designs For Six New SoMa Stories At 1140 Folsom

The Early Designs For Six New SoMa Stories At 1140 Folsom

As we first reported earlier this week, plans to demolish the two-story building on the northeast corner of Folsom and Rausch along with the adjacent parking lot on Rausch have been submitted to San Francisco’s Planning Department along with designs to build 128 new residential units, 5,500 square feet of ground floor commercial space, and Read More »

A Concept, Revocation And Consequences For 48 Tehama

A Concept, Revocation And Consequences For 48 Tehama

A tenant at 543 Howard which is scheduled for foreclosure tomorrow, BAR Architects once sketched a concept for a 19-story mix-use building to rise at 48 Tehama, the approved office allocation for which was revoked for inaction, and the land for which is scheduled to hit the courthouse steps tomorrow as well by way of Read More »

Closer To Reality For 2001 Market Street

Closer To Reality For 2001 Market Street

A plugged-in tipster directs us to the most realistic couple of renderings we’ve seen for the proposed mixed-use development at 2001 Market and around to 14th. And while the BAR Architects website doesn’t yet feature the latest renderings, it does note “the project is slated to begin construction Fall 2010 with the Read More »

Now And (The Future) Then: 50 Condos Coming Soon At 1645 Pacific

Now And (The Future) Then: 50 Condos Coming Soon At 1645 Pacific

As a plugged-in tipster notes, it’s not just the corner of Polk that’s being developed up on Pacific. Next up, a sketch of the 50 condos that will replace the Willy’s auto repair shop half a block away at 1645 Pacific (design by BAR Architects): Read More »