Articles Recently Tagged: BAR Architects

(20 posts)
Ruling Helps Clear the Way for 120 Van Ness Corridor Condos to Rise

Ruling Helps Clear the Way for 120 Van Ness Corridor Condos to Rise

San Francisco’s Zoning Administrator has issued a key ruling that should help clear the way for a 14-story building with up to 120 condos to rise up to 130-feet in height at 830 Eddy Street, replacing the current two-story parking structure for 62 cars on the site. Originally developed... Read More »

Progress for a Proposed 127-Unit Potrero Hill Development

Progress for a Proposed 127-Unit Potrero Hill Development

Martin Building is pushing forward with plans for a Lower Potrero Hill development to rise up to five-stories at 17th and Arkansas Streets, across from Jackson Park. As designed by BAR Architects, the proposed 88 Arkansas project includes 127 apartments – a mix of 25 studios averaging 435 square... Read More »

Rendering Reveal for Market Street Mortuary Redevelopment

Rendering Reveal for Market Street Mortuary Redevelopment

Taken to task by a plugged-in reader for not publishing the latest designs for the proposed redevelopment of the Sullivan’s Funeral Home building and adjacent parking lots, designs that have yet to make their way to the development team’s official project site, we now have the latest renderings to... Read More »

Priortity Given to Redevelopment of a Market Street Mortuary

Priortity Given to Redevelopment of a Market Street Mortuary

While proposals for new buildings in San Francisco are typically assigned, reviewed and completed by San Francisco’s Planning Department in the order they’re received, there are a couple of ways to jump the line. And as a proposed LEED Platinum project “with an exceptionally high standard for green building,”... Read More »

Impacts And Hearing For 395-Unit Lower Potrero Hill Development

Impacts And Hearing For 395-Unit Lower Potrero Hill Development

The Impact Report for the proposed 395-unit Lower Potrero Hill development to rise up to six-stories in height at 16th and Mississippi, and up to four stories along 17th Street, has just been published and the public hearing for the project has been scheduled for September 17. As designed... Read More »

Infilling Visitacion Valley: The Blanken Avenue And Park Project

Infilling Visitacion Valley: The Blanken Avenue And Park Project

Martin Building Company has been working on plans to squeeze over 200 new apartments and 150 parking spaces on the sliver of Visitacion Valley land that sits between the massive redevelopment of the Schlage Lock factory site and the Bayshore Caltrain station and tracks to the east. The proposed Blanken... Read More »

New Plans To Transform Prominent Market Street Site

New Plans To Transform Prominent Market Street Site

With the sale of the 1965 Market Street site having closed escrow, the plans for an 88-unit building to rise up to 85-feet (eight stories) in height behind the existing stucco façades at the intersection of Market and Duboce, and up to 50-feet in height atop the site’s parking... Read More »

New Terms Suggest Delays For 16th Street Development

New Terms Suggest Delays For 16th Street Development

BAR Architects is still working on the designs for a five-story building with four floors of condos over 7,300 square feet of ground floor retail space to replace the two-story Superior Automotive shop building on the northeast corner of 16th and Albion, an Inner Mission building for which MX3... Read More »

Plans For 30-Story Tower To Rise On A Little SoMa Lot

Plans For 30-Story Tower To Rise On A Little SoMa Lot

San Francisco’s Planning Commission first approved the construction of a slender 200-foot building to rise on the 4,000 square foot parking lot at 48 Tehama nearly 15 years ago, a proposed development which included almost 50,000 square feet of office space, with seven off-street parking spaces and three full-floor... Read More »

Another Battle Brewing Over Plans For Lower Potrero Hill Site

Another Battle Brewing Over Plans For Lower Potrero Hill Site

With Kaiser Permanente having been dissuaded from building their Medical Office Building at 16th and Mississippi in Lower Potrero Hill, or “LoPo” if you will, new plans for a 260-unit residential building to rise up to six stories on the northern half of the Corovan Storage Facility site have... Read More »