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Where the Kids Live in San Francisco

Where the Kids Live in San Francisco

It’s a little messy, but we’ve mashed up the Housing for Families with Children report’s map of where the children under 19 live in San Francisco, both in terms of absolute numbers and the relative densities of households with children, and the rough neighborhood boundaries for the city. And... Read More »

Plans for a Massive New Industrial Center in San Francisco

Plans for a Massive New Industrial Center in San Francisco

A few years ago we first noted that the LaSalle Industrial Park complex at 749 Toland Street in western Bayview, upon which four single-story warehouse buildings with a total of 448,000 square feet of space currently sit, bisected by I-280, was on the market. And as we wrote at... Read More »

SF Warehouse Flagged for Conversion into Illegal Housing

SF Warehouse Flagged for Conversion into Illegal Housing

With the tragic Ghost Ship fire leading to heightened concerns about the underground conversion of industrial buildings into un-permitted dwelling units, a formal complaint has been filed with the city alleging that the 14,000-square-foot warehouse at 1660 Jerrold Avenue, adjacent to Flora Grubb Gardens in San Francisco’s Bayview neighborhood,... Read More »

Cab Company Seeking Legacy Business Status in San Francisco

Cab Company Seeking Legacy Business Status in San Francisco

In a sign of the times with a side of irony, the Luxor Cab Company, which has operated in San Francisco since 1928, has applied for Legacy Business status and a grant from the city. From the Planning Department’s summary of the business and application (which it’s recommending be... Read More »

Plans for a Modern Burger Shack to Serve Bayview’s Mendell Plaza

Plans for a Modern Burger Shack to Serve Bayview’s Mendell Plaza

The vacant 700-square-foot shack at 4801 Third Street was built on what was to become Bayview’s Mendell Plaza back in 1974. Muraled a few years ago in conjunction with a grassroots effort to transform the plaza, which is across the street from the newly renovated Bayview Opera House, from... Read More »

Architects of Skinny Bayview Infill Building Get Creative

Architects of Skinny Bayview Infill Building Get Creative

Responding to neighborhood concern that fewer off-street parking spaces won’t discourage car ownership but rather increase competition for on-street spaces and congestion, while also addressing concerns that backing cars out of a garage with its entrance on Third Street could impede the efficient movement of bicycles, transit and traffic,... Read More »

A Surefire Way to Secure an Over Asking Sale in San Francisco

A Surefire Way to Secure an Over Asking Sale in San Francisco

Purchased for $670,000 in 2005, the subsequently remodeled Bayview home at 1426 Van Dyke Avenue resold for $630,000 in 2007. And in 2012, the property was foreclosed upon and taken back by the bank. Listed as a two-bedroom fixer, with 1,200 square feet of finished space and an unwarranted... Read More »

Back Below 2005 in Bayview?

Back Below 2005 in Bayview?

As we wrote about the Bayview home at 1426 Van Dyke Avenue last month (which sparked an interesting and honest dialog about the neighborhood): “Purchased for $670,000 in 2005, the remodeled…home at 1426 Van Dyke Avenue resold for $630,000 in 2007. And in 2012, the property was foreclosed upon and... Read More »

Third Street Rising Take Three: Now with More Parking as Proposed

Third Street Rising Take Three: Now with More Parking as Proposed

As we first reported last year, the plans for a six-story Bayview building to rise on the triangular 4101 Third Street parcel, between Hudson and Innes Avenues, had been downwardly revised in terms of the number of proposed residential units, from 54 to 46, eliminating all studios and increasing... Read More »

Back to 2005 in Bayview?

Back to 2005 in Bayview?

Purchased for $670,000 in 2005, the remodeled Bayview home at 1426 Van Dyke Avenue resold for $630,000 in 2007. And in 2012, the property was foreclosed upon and taken back by the bank. Listed as a two-bedroom fixer, with 1,200 square feet of finished space and an unwarranted bedroom... Read More »