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Battle over Building up in Nob Hill

Battle over Building up in Nob Hill

As views aren’t protected in San Francisco, the official opposition to adding two floors atop the two-story Nob Hill warehouse building at 1469 Pacific Avenue and converting the building into nine condos, with ten parking spaces and a commercial unit below, focuses on the potential loss of “all access... Read More »

The City Isn’t Digging the Plans for an Historic Art Deco Garage

The City Isn’t Digging the Plans for an Historic Art Deco Garage

The designs for a six-story hotel to rise behind the historic Art Deco façade of the Central SoMa garage at 224 Townsend Street have been drawn and proposed. But the City isn’t digging the plans. As designed by Stanton Architecture for Stonebridge Reality Advisors, which is in contract to... Read More »

Plans to Expand Former Liquor Warehouse to Serve More Tech

Plans to Expand Former Liquor Warehouse to Serve More Tech

Recently renovated along with the adjoining three-story warehouse building which is currently home to Weebly, Sierra Maestra Properties has quietly drafted plans to add five new floors of office space atop the single-story portion of the building at 462 Bryant Street. As proposed, the existing 3,500 square-foot mezzanine within... 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 »

From a SoMa Garage to Tech Space as Proposed

From a SoMa Garage to Tech Space as Proposed

Plans to convert the 36,000-square-foot garage at 1125 Mission Street, which is currently boarded up, into three floors of tech space have cleared their first hurdle and been granted an exception from having to complete a lengthy environmental review. As proposed by Rubicon Point Partners, the garage’s two curb... Read More »

Bayview Police Station Sells for $1.6 Million

Bayview Police Station Sells for $1.6 Million

Built in 1915 to serve residents of Bayview and Potrero Hill, the original South East Police Station on Newcomb Avenue, between Third and Newhall, was shuttered in the 1990’s when the newly built Bayview Station opened in 1997 at 201 Williams. As we first reported in October, the station... Read More »

Let There Be Housing, Parking Be Damned

Let There Be Housing, Parking Be Damned

Speaking of redeveloping a (one-time) church, a public hearing to review the plans for converting the Spanish Colonial Oakland church and school at 1638 47th Avenue into 60 apartments will be held by the City’s Planning Commission next week. As proposed by Riaz Inc. and designed by Artthaus, the... Read More »

Mint Plaza Price Cuts

Mint Plaza Price Cuts

Having hit the market seven months ago, a number of the 22 condos at 6 Mint Plaza quickly closed escrow as priced.  And this weekend, prices for units in the building were cut up to 9 percent ($101,000) for a $1.15 million two-bedroom and $146,000 (5 percent) for a... Read More »

Plans to Convert SoMa Self-Storage Building Into Tech Space

Plans to Convert SoMa Self-Storage Building Into Tech Space

Built in 1911, the five-story industrial building at 135 Townsend Street, between Second and Third in SoMa, is currently a self-storage facility known as Storage Pro. But as proposed, the entire building will be converted into office space with a little 1,400-square-foot retail space fronting Townsend. And as proposed,... Read More »

A One of a Kind San Francisco Property Returns

A One of a Kind San Francisco Property Returns

As we wrote when the old industrial building at 67-69 Belcher Street hit the market in 2007: “Born a furniture warehouse, 67-69 Belcher was destined to be demolished and redeveloped (into condos) in the early 1980’s. Instead, artist Spaulding Taylor and partner acquired the Duboce Triangle property converting half into a... Read More »