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Plans for Five Stories on Calle 24

Plans for Five Stories on Calle 24

Plans for a wedge-shaped building to rise up to five stories in height on the Mission District parking lot at the corner of Capp and 24th Streets have been drawn. As designed by Weisbach Architecture Design, the 3236 24th Street project would include 21 studio apartments over 2,100 square... Read More »

Roosevelt Tamale Parlor on the Market in the Mission

Roosevelt Tamale Parlor on the Market in the Mission

The Roosevelt Tamale Parlor is for sale.  And this time we mean the actual restaurant/business, not simply the Mission District building out of which it operates. As we first reported last year, the Tamale Parlor building at 2817 24th Street recently traded hands, the two flats above the restaurant... Read More »

Tamale Parlor Building Relisted For Less, Lease Expires 2017

Tamale Parlor Building Relisted For Less, Lease Expires 2017

Listed for $3.2 million in July, reduced to $3.0 million in August, and then withdrawn from the MLS in September, the Roosevelt Tamale Parlor building at 2817 24th Street in the Mission has just been relisted anew for $2.9 million. The building quietly traded hands for $1.85 million in... Read More »

Grocery Outlet Plans To Stock Shuttered Grocery In The Mission

Grocery Outlet Plans To Stock Shuttered Grocery In The Mission

Shuttered since 2010, Fresh & Easy was originally slated to take over the former DeLano’s Market site at 1245 South Van Ness but financial woes waylaid those plans. And while plans to reduced the size of the store by two-thirds and build over 100 condos across the site were being... Read More »

Roosevelt Tamale Parlor Building On The Market In The Mission

Roosevelt Tamale Parlor Building On The Market In The Mission

When the Roosevelt Tamale Parlor building on 24th Street in the Mission quietly traded hands for $1.85 million five months ago, the two one-bedroom flats above the restaurant were rented for $2,200 a month and the Parlor was paying $4,500 per month with a long-term lease. While the Tamale... Read More »

Church Conversion Could Spark A Few New Flames

Church Conversion Could Spark A Few New Flames

Two years ago, a fire damaged the home which shares the lot with the former Iglesia del Pacto Evangelico church at 856 Capp Street, between 23rd and 24th in the Mission. And in a move which could spark a few new flames, a proposal to convert the church into... Read More »

Mission Coalition Aims To Ice South Van Ness Development

Mission Coalition Aims To Ice South Van Ness Development

Scheduled for last month but waylaid when outdated information was posted in the required project notification at the building site, the public hearing for the proposed five-story development to rise on the southwest corner of South Van Ness and 17th Street, with 27 apartments over three retail spaces and... Read More »

Ballot Measure To Halt Housing Developments In The Mission Drafted

A ballot measure intended to stop market-rate housing developments of more than 20 units in the Mission, and not just in the area around 24th Street, has been drafted by “a coalition of affordable housing and progressive groups.” The expected measure would create a moratorium on market-rate housing projects... Read More »

Shuttered Mission District Grocery Store Site Could Sprout Housing

Shuttered Mission District Grocery Store Site Could Sprout Housing

A formal proposal has yet to be made, but the Fortress Property Group has met with San Francisco’s Planning Department to explore the possibility of redeveloping the long-shuttered DeLano’s Market site at 1245 South Van Ness in the Mission with over a hundred units of housing. Shuttered since 2010,... Read More »

Talk Of “Housing Moratorium” In The Mission Shouldn’t Surprise

Tongues are wagging over reports that San Francisco Supervisor David Campos is preparing to propose a “moratorium” on the development of market-rate housing around 24th Street in the Mission. But little is known about the actual details of the legislation, in large part because it has yet to be... Read More »