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Real Food Company Site on the Market and Condos Could Rise

Real Food Company Site on the Market and Condos Could Rise

While currently leased to Real Food Company, the neighborhood grocery which has occupied the converted auto garage for almost twenty years, the Cow Hollow buildings at 3060 Fillmore and 2169 Filbert Street have just hit the market. The nearly 12,000 square foot site is zoned for development up to... Read More »

An Appeal to Prevent Marijuana Sales on Lombard

An Appeal to Prevent Marijuana Sales on Lombard

While the controversial plan to open the first (legal) Medical Cannabis Dispensary (MCD) north of Geary Boulevard, at 2414 Lombard Street on the border between Cow Hollow and the Marina, was narrowly approved and permitted by San Francisco’s Planning Commission in a 3 to 3 vote last year, with a... Read More »

Pushback on Modern Bay Window Design for Big Bubble Site

Pushback on Modern Bay Window Design for Big Bubble Site

Having reviewed the preliminary designs for a proposed building to rise up to seven stories in height upon the Big Bubble Laundromat site at 2525 Van Ness Avenue, adjacent to Amero, the City has proffered a bit of feedback and potential bay window “pushback”: “Van Ness is part of... Read More »

Plans for Long-Vacant Lombard Site in the Works

Plans for Long-Vacant Lombard Site in the Works

With the 21-unit VELA nearing completion at 2353 Lombard Street, we turn our attention to the adjacent undeveloped parcel to the east known as 2301 Lombard, a parcel which has sat undeveloped for over a decade. The former Marina Chevron station site was sold to DM Development last year... Read More »

Lombard Street Development Dubbed VELA, Leasing Late Spring

Lombard Street Development Dubbed VELA, Leasing Late Spring

Dubbed “VELA,” the 21-unit apartment building rising at 2353 Lombard Street, which has been under construction since June of 2015, should be ready for occupancy this summer. A mix of 18 two-bedrooms and 3 one-bedrooms with a communal rooftop terrace that will be outfitted with a built-in barbecue, seating... Read More »

New Condos Proposed for Big Bubble Site

New Condos Proposed for Big Bubble Site

The Cow Hollow parcel upon which the two-story Big Bubble Laundromat sits at 2525 Van Ness Avenue, adjacent to Amero, is zoned for development up to 65-feet in height. And having recently acquired the site, a Vancouver-based developer, the Executive Group, is working on plans for a seven-story building... Read More »

Lombard Street Fixture Shuttered, to Be Razed for Condos to Rise

Lombard Street Fixture Shuttered, to Be Razed for Condos to Rise

The Kentucky Fried Chicken which has occupied the southwest corner of Lombard and Fillmore for over forty years has been shuttered, and the freestanding building, which was rebuilt as a KFC/Taco Bell in 2007, has been stripped of all its signage. While not historic, the KFC was deemed “a... Read More »

More Height and Affordable Condos Encouraged for Van Ness Site

More Height and Affordable Condos Encouraged for Van Ness Site

San Francisco’s Planning Department has finished its preliminary review of the proposed seven-story building to rise upon the shuttered Chevron service station site at the corner of Van Ness and Union. As proposed by DM Development and in the process of being designed by Handel Architects, the 2465 Van... Read More »

A Fast Food Fixture’s Days Are Numbered

A Fast Food Fixture’s Days Are Numbered

Rebuilt in 2007 but having occupied the southwest corner of Lombard and Fillmore for over forty years, plans to demolish the freestanding KFC/Taco Bell building at 2101 Lombard Street are in the works. As proposed, a five-story building with nine (9) two-bedroom condos over 3,000 square feet of ground... Read More »

Three Sales and $2 Million More since 2013

Three Sales and $2 Million More since 2013

Purchased as a vacant 3,200-square-foot duplex for $1.7 million in 2012, the Cow Hollow property at 2374-2376 Greenwich Street returned to the market in early 2013 having been gutted, expanded and reconfigured as a four-bedroom home with an “in-law” for $4.75 million.  And it sold for $4.05 million that... Read More »