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Rincon Hill Tower Slated For Approval This Week

Rincon Hill Tower Slated For Approval This Week

San Francisco’s Planning Commission is slated to approve Crescent Heights’ plan to construct a 250-foot tower with 118 dwelling units at 325 Fremont Street this week. The plans to build a 200-foot tower with 51 units on the Rincon Hill site were first approved over a decade ago, plans which were revised in 2004 to yield Read More »

250-Foot Tower On Rincon Hill Ready To Rise

250-Foot Tower On Rincon Hill Ready To Rise

Plans to build a 200-foot, twenty-one story building with 51 dwelling units at 325 Fremont were first approved over a decade ago, plans which were revised in 2004 to yield 70 units but which never broke ground. In 2005, a new plan for Rincon Hill was certified and the Fremont Street site between Folsom and Read More »

Market Street Honda Dealership Site Sold To Housing Developer

Market Street Honda Dealership Site Sold To Housing Developer

Crescent Heights, developer of the 754-unit mid-market apartment building known as NEMA at Market and Tenth Streets, has acquired the two-story Honda dealership building at the intersection of Market and South Van Ness Ave, according to Bisnow. Sitting on a prime corner parcel that was partially up-zoned for development up to 400 feet in height Read More »

The Evolution Of Design For 325 Fremont Street And Rincon Hill

The Evolution Of Design For 325 Fremont Street And Rincon Hill

As we first reported last year, with 8 stories and 88-units at 333 Fremont Street rising next door, Crescent Heights quietly submitted plans for a twenty-five story tower with 119 dwelling units, 61 parking spaces and a 2,600 square foot roof deck to rise on the Rincon Hill parcel at 325 Fremont Street which they Read More »

The 325 Fremont Tower Scoop: Twenty-Five Stories In The Works

The 325 Fremont Tower Scoop: Twenty-Five Stories In The Works

A plan to build a 200-foot, twenty-two story building with 59 dwelling units at 325 Fremont was first approved over a decade ago, a plan which was revised in 2004 to yield 70 units but which never broke ground. In 2005, the Rincon Hill Plan was certified and the 325 Freemont Street site was up-zoned Read More »