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Big Bubble Development Closer to Reality on Van Ness

Big Bubble Development Closer to Reality on Van Ness

Having been redesigned to address some bay window and encroachment concerns, the plans for a seven story building to rise on the Big Bubble Laundromat site at 2525 Van Ness Avenue, adjacent to Amero, could be approved by Planning this week. As refined by Studio n and Chris Dikeakos... Read More »

Get Ready to Rumble, Not Just Shake, If Approved

Get Ready to Rumble, Not Just Shake, If Approved

As we first reported at the beginning of the year, and formally confirmed last week, Shake Shack is planning to convert the shuttered Real Food Company building on the southeast corner of Fillmore and Filbert, down in Cow Hollow, into its first outlet in San Francisco, as newly rendered... Read More »

Location for First Shake Shack in San Francisco Confirmed

Location for First Shake Shack in San Francisco Confirmed

As we first reported at the beginning of the year, the owners of the shuttered Real Food Company building on the southeast corner of Fillmore and Filbert had quietly met with the City to discuss a conversion of the nearly 12,000-square-foot structure into a “luxury fine casual restaurant and... Read More »

Iconic Lombard Street IHouse in Play

Iconic Lombard Street IHouse in Play

The iconic A-frame at the corner of Lombard and Pierce was built for the International House of Pancakes (IHOP) back in 1968. And while it’s still open for business, the owners of the 3,600-square-foot restaurant and corner parking lot are now quietly looking for a new tenant, touting an... Read More »

Supersized Van Ness Corridor Development Contemporized

Supersized Van Ness Corridor Development Contemporized

As we first reported last week, plans to double the unit density of the approved development to rise upon the former service station site on the northwest corner of Van Ness Avenue and Filbert, on the eastern edge of Cow Hollow, by leveraging San Francisco’s HOME SF program to... Read More »

More Height and Density on Van Ness as Newly Proposed

More Height and Density on Van Ness as Newly Proposed

While plans for a six-story over basement building to rise up to 65 feet in height upon the former service station site turned perennial Christmas tree lot on the northwest corner of Van Ness Avenue and Filbert, on the eastern edge of Cow Hollow, were approved back in 2014,... Read More »

Contemporary Cow Hollow Development Positioning to Break Ground

Contemporary Cow Hollow Development Positioning to Break Ground

Having been approved by Planning last month, the exemption to allow the long-shuttered Chevron service station site at the corner of Van Ness and Union to be leveled and a contemporary seven-story building to rise upon the Cow Hollow site has officially been endorsed and a permit to start... Read More »

Union Street Vacancy Count Ticks Up

Union Street Vacancy Count Ticks Up

Including a couple of spurs down Fillmore and Webster Streets, such as the space which Shake Shack has been eyeing to become their first outlet in San Francisco, as we first reported last week, the number of vacant storefronts on the Union Street corridor has ticked up to twenty-two (22),... Read More »

San Francisco’s First Shake Shack Could Open Right Here

San Francisco’s First Shake Shack Could Open Right Here

Speaking of big plans for shuttered Real Food Company sites in San Francisco, the owners of the former Cow Hollow location on the southeast corner of Fillmore and Filbert have met with the City to discuss a conversion of the nearly 12,000-square-foot building into a “luxury fine casual restaurant... Read More »

Contemporary Cow Hollow Development Slated for Approval

Contemporary Cow Hollow Development Slated for Approval

In the works since 2015, plans to level the long-shuttered Chevron service station site at the corner of Van Ness and Union and construct a contemporary seven-story building upon the Cow Hollow site are slated to be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission next week. As designed by Handel... Read More »