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185 New Apartments Really Closer to Reality

185 New Apartments Really Closer to Reality

As we first reported last week: With Orchard Supply Hardware having been controversially denied their bid to convert the Pacific Sales building at 975 Bryant Street into a 33,000 square foot OSH with a nursery on its roof, plans to raze the existing building and develop over 180 new... Read More »

127-Unit SoMa Development Streamlined and Reslated for Approval

127-Unit SoMa Development Streamlined and Reslated for Approval

While the public hearing for the proposed 127-unit development to rise up to 8 stories in height on the western side of 5th Street, between Shipley and Clara in Central SoMa, didn’t happen last month as originally calendared, the project has just secured an Eastern Neighborhoods Plan-based determination to... Read More »

Development of Site Where OSH Was Denied Moves Closer to Reality

Development of Site Where OSH Was Denied Moves Closer to Reality

With Orchard Supply Hardware having been controversially denied their bid to convert the Pacific Sales building at 975 Bryant Street into a 33,000 square foot OSH with a nursery on its roof, plans to raze the existing building and develop over 180 new homes on the Showplace Square site were... Read More »

Redevelopment of Mission District Parking Lot Closer to Reality

Redevelopment of Mission District Parking Lot Closer to Reality

The plans for a proposed four-story building to rise on the Mission District parking lot for 28 cars at 606 Capp Street, between 21st and 22nd, have been revised to address the ‘active use’ issue we first noted back in 2015. With the revision, the proposed development, which includes... Read More »

Dogpatch Development Positioning to Break Ground sans BMRs

Dogpatch Development Positioning to Break Ground sans BMRs

Entitled for development early last year, the building permits for the 109-unit project to rise up to seven stories in height at 2177 3rd Street have now been issued and secured, clearing the way for the Dogpatch development on the northeast corner of 3rd and 19th Streets to break... Read More »

Dogpatch Development Qualified for Streamlined Review

Dogpatch Development Qualified for Streamlined Review

Plans to demolish the two-story, mixed-use building at 603 Tennessee Street and build up to six stories in height across the site on the border of Dogpatch and Mission Bay have just qualified for a streamlined environmental review based on the parameters of the decade-old Eastern Neighborhoods Plan. As designed... Read More »

Plans to Raise the Roof and New Rentals on Mission Closer to Reality

Plans to Raise the Roof and New Rentals on Mission Closer to Reality

With the master tenant of the former Anna’s Linens shop at 2610 Mission Street having been paid to forfeit the remaining 30 years on a 99-year lease, plans to renovate the existing 12,000-square-foot structure and add four residential floors – with eight two-bedroom apartments above 8,000 square feet of... Read More »

Exemption for Small Builders and Makers Project Approved

Exemption for Small Builders and Makers Project Approved

The requested neighborhood plan-based environmental exemption for a proposed five-story building for small-scale builders and makers to rise on the 1228 25th Street parcel, the awkward lot at the intersection of 25th Street and the Indiana Street on-ramp to I-280 that currently serves as a scrap and storage yard,... Read More »

110-Unit Dogpatch Development Closer to Reality

110-Unit Dogpatch Development Closer to Reality

Plans to raze the two-story industrial building at 888 Tennessee Street, which is currently home to Amazon Flex and Color Graphics, and construct a new four-story building, with 110 residential units and 5,500 square feet of restaurant/retail space, have been granted an Eastern Neighborhoods Area Plan-based exemption from having... Read More »

Who Needs NIMBYs with Friends Like These

Who Needs NIMBYs with Friends Like These

It’s not the first time we’ve heard of San Francisco Bay Area Renters Federation (SFBARF) managing to rub the very people they’re supposed to be courting in all the wrong ways. But in this case, public comments from SFBARF’s founder, Sonja Trauss, are being fingered for effectively undermining the... Read More »