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One Oak’s Iconic Skylounge And “Cuts” Up Close

One Oak’s Iconic Skylounge And “Cuts” Up Close

High above the proposed plaza to transform the intersection of Market and Van Ness, the “skylounge” on the 28th floor of the proposed One Oak tower would offer some rather spectacular views for the building’s residents and guests, as would the private balcony for the Grand Penthouse A on... Read More »

One Van Ness Take Two

One Van Ness Take Two

Build Inc. has filed their new designs for a proposed 435-foot-tall residential tower to rise on the northwest corner of Market Street and Van Ness Avenue, a prominent development previously dubbed “One Van Ness” but now known as One Oak. While Snøhetta grabbed headlines for having replaced Richard Meier... Read More »

All Star Cafe Doomed, New Architect For Prominent 400-Foot Tower

All Star Cafe Doomed, New Architect For Prominent 400-Foot Tower

A 400-foot tower which was tentatively dubbed “One Van Ness” is still proposed to rise on the northwest corner of Market and Van Ness, but as a plugged-in reader noted last week on our piece about an adjacent project in the works, it’s no longer Richard Meier’s design which will rise... Read More »

India Basin Adventure Park Plans Nixed, Housing In The Works

India Basin Adventure Park Plans Nixed, Housing In The Works

Plans to redevelop the 15-acre parcel of India Basin land known as 700 Innes Avenue, the largest privately owned development site in San Francisco, have been in the works for well over a decade. And following a failed bid to build three 650-foot towers on the bayfront site, detailed... Read More »

Plans For “Living Smart” In 600 Square Foot Two-Bedrooms

Plans For “Living Smart” In 600 Square Foot Two-Bedrooms

While almost four times the size of the 34 “CoLiving” units proposed to rise on the parcel next door, the ten two-bedroom apartments proposed for former Central Freeway Parcel S average a little under 600 square feet each, including eight “Murphy Units.” From the winning proposal for the Hayes... Read More »

Plans For 174 Square-Foot Apartments, And The Price

Plans For 174 Square-Foot Apartments, And The Price

If approved, Build Inc.’s proposed “CoLiving” development to rise on a former Central Freeway parcel along Octavia Boulevard will consist of 34 residential suites averaging 174 square feet (273 square feet for the 6 handicap units) over four micro retail spaces along the street. Intended to be constructed off-site... Read More »

Micro-Units Headed For Hayes Valley, Gardens To Be Saved

Micro-Units Headed For Hayes Valley, Gardens To Be Saved

Having first revealed the plans for 26 modern condos and a beer hall concept to rise on former Central Freeway Parcel T along Octavia Boulevard, we now turn our attention to the plans for 56 rental units – including 34 micro-units – and 8 micro retail spaces to rise... Read More »

Dorms For Developers In San Francisco?

Dorms For Developers In San Francisco?

While it was originally reported that Build Inc. was planning to build around 120 rental units on the half-acre SoMa parking lot which fronts 12th, Norfolk and Harrison Streets, plans for the construction of three six-story buildings with 235 group housing suites and up to 470 individual beds, common... Read More »

Modern Dogpatch Development: Designs For 2290 Third Street

Modern Dogpatch Development: Designs For 2290 Third Street

As proposed, the little building and parking lot at the corner of Third and 20th streets will be razed to make way for a modern Dogpatch building designed by Kennerly Architecture. While the original proposal for the site envisioned a 7-story building with 52 dwelling units over 17,000 square... Read More »

The Creative Design(s) For Developing A Big Dogpatch Block

The Creative Design(s) For Developing A Big Dogpatch Block

With an agreement in place to develop the Dogpatch parcel upon which the San Francisco Opera stores its sets, Archstone and Build Inc. are proposing a creative design for the block, breaking the 350-unit development into five buildings designed by four architects. The five distinct buildings designed by Kava... Read More »