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Former Waterfront Development Moves Forward

Former Waterfront Development Moves Forward

As we first reported in October, plans to raze the one-story Financial District building at 290 Pacific Avenue – which was originally home to a blacksmith’s shop and more recently occupied by the restaurant Globe – were one step closer to reality, with San Francisco’s Planning Department having issued... Read More »

Development To Replace Globe Closer To Reality

Development To Replace Globe Closer To Reality

Plans to raze the one-story Financial District building at 290 Pacific Avenue – which was originally home to a blacksmith’s shop and more recently occupied by Globe for 18 years – are one step closer to reality, with San Francisco’s Planning Department having just issued a Preliminary Mitigated Negative... Read More »

Plans For An Urban Townhome Addition Downtown

Plans For An Urban Townhome Addition Downtown

The owner of the little two-story office building at 220 Battery Street has engaged Winder Gibson Architects to design a modern three-story addition, with two urban townhomes, to rise over the existing Financial District structure. As designed and recently submitted to Planning for review, the two proposed units would... Read More »

TargetExpress Going Downtown And Across The Bay

TargetExpress Going Downtown And Across The Bay

While remaining tight-lipped about their plans to open a TargetExpress on Ocean Avenue, Target has officially announced that one of their other two Bay Area TargetExpress stores will be located in San Francisco’s Financial District at the southwest corner of Bush and Sansome, and the other will be in Berkeley, at the southeast... Read More »

Upward Ho Atop 100 California

Upward Ho Atop 100 California

The construction of a six-story vertical addition atop the 13-story office building at 100 California Street is another approved project that was waylaid by “weakness in the real estate market in recent years and the associated difficulties in securing financing.” In addition to the vertical addition which would add... Read More »