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New Plans for a Modern 108-Unit Dogpatch Redevelopment

New Plans for a Modern 108-Unit Dogpatch Redevelopment

The proposed redevelopment of the two-story Watermark Press building parcel at 950 Tennessee Street in Dogpatch is pressing forward with Handel Architects now at the design helm. And as proposed, the modern building to rise up to four stories across the site will feature two distinct styles, “which harken... Read More »

Third Street Development Closer to Reality

Third Street Development Closer to Reality

Plans to demolish the two Dogpatch buildings on the northeast corner of Third and 19th Streets and construct two seven-story structures upon the 2177 Third Street/560 19th Street site, which extends east towards Illinois, are one step closer to reality. As designed by Woods Bagot and Gary Gee Architects,... Read More »

Development to Transform Potrero’s East Slope Slated for Big Vote

Development to Transform Potrero’s East Slope Slated for Big Vote

With a refined design by Min Day, the proposed 250-unit Potrero Hill development to rise below the neighborhood’s 33-acre public housing site that’s to be razed and rebuilt could be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this week. As part of the 1395 22nd Street project, 6,500 square feet of... Read More »

Plans to Raze Moshi Moshi Move Forward

Plans to Raze Moshi Moshi Move Forward

Plans to raze the two-story Dogpatch building on the northwest corner of Third and 18th Streets which has been home to the Moshi Moshi Cocktail and Sushi bar since 1987 are moving ahead and applications for all necessary building permits have been filed and triaged. As proposed and just granted... Read More »

UCSF Buys Dogpatch Parcels To Build Up To 1,000 Units Of Housing

UCSF Buys Dogpatch Parcels To Build Up To 1,000 Units Of Housing

As rumored earlier this year, UCSF has purchased the low-slung industrial properties at 590 and 600 Minnesota Street, on either side of 18th Street, on the border of Dogpatch and Mission Bay. The parcels are zoned for development up to 58-feet in height and Urban Mixed Use, which includes... Read More »

Potrero Hill’s Future East Slope And Serpentine Steps

Potrero Hill’s Future East Slope And Serpentine Steps

As we first reported last month, the development team behind the proposed 251-unit Potrero Hill development to rise below the 33-acre Potrero Terrace public housing site that’s to be rebuilt is aiming to secure approvals for the 1395 22nd Street project by the end of the year. If successful... Read More »

Self-Storage Facility Plans To Add Penthouse Units For People

Self-Storage Facility Plans To Add Penthouse Units For People

The owners of City Storage, the four-story, self-storage facility at 500 Indiana Street, at the edge of Mission Bay, Dogpatch and Potrero Hill, are working on plans to add a fifth floor with seventeen “penthouse” apartments for people. The proposed addition includes one three-bedroom, seven two-bedrooms, four one-bedrooms, and... Read More »

Massive Potrero Hill Development Granted Key Exemption

Massive Potrero Hill Development Granted Key Exemption

Plans to move the mobile California Mini-Storage office at 790 Pennsylvania Avenue and build 48,000 square feet of production, distribution and repair (PDR) space on its parcel and 251 apartments, with 225 parking spaces, on the Potrero Hill slope behind have been granted a key Eastern Neighborhoods Plan-based exemption from... Read More »

Dogpatch Site Could Yield 1,000 Units Of Student Housing For UCSF

Dogpatch Site Could Yield 1,000 Units Of Student Housing For UCSF

The two low-slung industrial properties at 590 and 600 Minnesota Street, on either side of 18th Street in Dogpatch, are on the market and zoned for Urban Mixed Use development, which includes housing, up to 58-feet in height. And while a deal has yet to be inked, UCSF is... Read More »

Iconic Dogpatch Bar On The Market For $580K

Iconic Dogpatch Bar On The Market For $580K

Resurrected in 2014, with redwood wainscoting, Victorian flocked wallpaper and a refurbished pool table, the iconic Sea Star bar at 2289 Third Street, adjacent to the corner Dogpatch Café, is on the market for $580,000. Keep in mind the price includes the bar’s furnishings, liquor license and a negotiable... Read More »