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Inner Richmond Infill and One Less Service Station as Proposed

Inner Richmond Infill and One Less Service Station as Proposed

Plans to raze the Inner Richmond service station at 4135 California Street, across from the modern condos which were constructed at 300-350 Cornwall, have been submitted to San Francisco’s Planning Department for review. As proposed, a four-story building will rise up to 40 feet in height across the California... Read More »

Condos Across from Zeitgeist Closer to Reality

Condos Across from Zeitgeist Closer to Reality

In the works since 2013, the proposed plans to raze the Oil Changers station at 198 Valencia Street, across from Zeitgeist at the intersection of Valencia and Duboce, and construct a five-story building with 28 condos over 6,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space have just been granted... Read More »

Development to Replace Rincon Hill Gas Station Slated for Approval

Development to Replace Rincon Hill Gas Station Slated for Approval

While the public hearing for the proposed 14-story development to rise on the northwest corner of First and Harrison, a prominent Rincon Hill parcel currently occupied by a Union 76 gas station, was pushed back until this afternoon, the project has just been granted an exemption from having to... Read More »

New Home for Noriega Produce and Condos Closer to Reality

New Home for Noriega Produce and Condos Closer to Reality

As we first reported early last year, plans to raze Pete’s Union 76 Service station on the southwest corner of Noriega and 44th Avenue and build a four-story building with 14 condos over 14 residential parking spaces and a 9,600-square-foot grocery store on the Outer Sunset site were in... 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 »

The Plans for a New Pedestrian Alley and Bike Lounge

The Plans for a New Pedestrian Alley and Bike Lounge

As we revealed last week, the proposed 220-unit building to rise up to 12 stories upon the Tower Car Wash site includes a mid-block pedestrian alley between Mission Street and South Van Ness Avenue. The alley would provide access to 1601 Mission Street’s lobby, a “lounge” for 71 bikes... Read More »

Tower Car Wash Redevelopment in the Queue

Tower Car Wash Redevelopment in the Queue

The public hearing for Trumark Urban’s proposed redevelopment of the Tower Car Wash and gas station site at 1601 Mission Street and South Van Ness Avenue has been scheduled for April 7. If approved, a 12-story building designed by Handel Architects, with 220 condos over 7,300 square feet of... Read More »

Development to Replace Rincon Hill Gas Station Closer to Reality

Development to Replace Rincon Hill Gas Station Closer to Reality

With the public hearing for the proposed 14-story development to rise on the northwest corner of First and Harrison, a prominent Rincon Hill parcel currently occupied by a Union 76 gas station, scheduled for March 24, a plugged-in source delivers the latest renderings for the building. Dubbed “Modera” and... Read More »

Hearing for Development to Replace Rincon Hill Gas Station on Tap

Hearing for Development to Replace Rincon Hill Gas Station on Tap

The public hearing for the proposed 14-story building to rise on the northwest corner of First and Harrison, a prominent Rincon Hill parcel which is currently occupied by a Union 76 gas station, has been slated for March 24. As we first reported last year, the plans for the... Read More »

Another Mission District Gas Station Site in Play, But…

Another Mission District Gas Station Site in Play, But…

The Mission District gas station site at 1540 South Van Ness and Cesar Chavez is in contract to be sold, having sought a $7 million payout. And the 13,000-square-foot site is zoned for development up to 65-feet in height. But Flyers, which currently operates the station on the site... Read More »