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Massive Second Church of Christ Condo Fetches $6.5 Million

Massive Second Church of Christ Condo Fetches $6.5 Million

Built as the Second Church of Christ at 651 Dolores Street, overlooking Mission Dolores Park, the 22,000-square-foot building has been converted into four massive three-bedroom condos and newly dubbed The Light House, as plugged-in people first knew to expect. And having been listed for $6,490,000 in February, 651 Dolores,... Read More »

A Galvanizing SoMa Proposal

A Galvanizing SoMa Proposal

Plans to gut the San Francisco Galvanizing Works building at 1176 Harrison Street are in the works. And as proposed, a second floor would be added within the envelope of the existing building and the then 19,000-square-foot warehouse would be converted to office use. In general, the conversion of... Read More »

Plans to Convert Armory from Porn Studio to Office Use Progress

Plans to Convert Armory from Porn Studio to Office Use Progress

As we first reported back in 2014, plans to convert Kink.com’s landmark Armory building at Mission and 14th Streets from fetish porn studio to “traditional office use,” with the 39,000 square foot Drill Court proposed for “spectator sports, arts or nighttime entertainment” use, were quietly in the works. And... Read More »

Price Cut for Mission District Compound

Price Cut for Mission District Compound

On the market for $5 million last year, the asking price for the building behind the “Be the Change You Want To See In the World” mural at 2700 Bryant, along with the connected warehouse building at 2953 25th Street, has just been reduced to $4,795,000. Divided into four... Read More »

A Moveable Loft Mezzanine and Bonus Space

A Moveable Loft Mezzanine and Bonus Space

With a nearly 18-foot ceiling, there’s room to play within the 1,266 square foot unit #D at 1 Rausch Street, one of eight units within the Toy Factory Lofts building which was converted to condos in 1997. And there’s the height to add a moveable steel mezzanine on wheels... Read More »

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 »