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Friends Fighting To Preserve A Pacific Heights Service Station

Friends Fighting To Preserve A Pacific Heights Service Station

‘Friends of the Fillmore Neighborhood’ have been organizing opposition to the proposed renovation of the Pacific Heights Shell station on the southwest corner of California and Steiner, plans which include a reconfigured fueling canopy and an all-new “Loop” convenience store without a garage. From the Friends’ flyers which have... Read More »

The Epic Battle Over A Prominent Market And Castro Street Site

The Epic Battle Over A Prominent Market And Castro Street Site

Approved for the development of a six-story building back in 2013, with 24 residential units over ground floor retail and a 14-car garage to rise, the prominent gas station site on the northwest corner of Castro and Market has been locked in a legal battle ever since.  And after two... Read More »

Long-Shuttered Gas Station Site Plan: Condos And Lots Of Parking

Long-Shuttered Gas Station Site Plan: Condos And Lots Of Parking

Pacific Coast Homes, a subsidiary of Chevron Land & Development, has secured an option to purchase the long-shuttered Chevron station at the corner of Bay and Buchanan from Chevron U.S.A. and has drafted plans for a four-story building to rise on the 1598 Bay Street site. As proposed, the... Read More »

New Home For Noriega Produce And Condos Proposed

New Home For Noriega Produce And Condos Proposed

Plans to raze Pete’s Union 76 Service station on the southwest corner of Noriega and 44th Avenue have been drawn.  And as proposed, a four-story building with 14 condos over 14 residential parking spaces and a 9,600-square-foot grocery store will rise on the Outer Sunset site. If approved, then... Read More »

Mission Project Back In Play With 2X The Number Of Condos

Mission Project Back In Play With 2X The Number Of Condos

Approved for the development of a five-story building, with 29 condos, 29 parking spaces, and 4,600 square feet of ground-floor retail back in early 2008, the plans for developing the long-shuttered gas station site on the northeast corner of 19th Street and South Van Ness Avenue were waylaid by... Read More »

Plans For Pac Heights Gas Station Site Might Surprise

Plans For Pac Heights Gas Station Site Might Surprise

Zoned for development up to 40 feet in height, and with rumblings of a project in the works, a number of readers have been wondering when the Shell station on the southwest corner of California and Steiner will be razed in order for condos to rise. And in fact,... Read More »

Designs For The Development Of A Prominent Rincon Hill Corner

Designs For The Development Of A Prominent Rincon Hill Corner

As we first reported two weeks ago, plans to demolish the Union 76 Station on the northwest corner of First and Harrison have been submitted to Planning.  And on the corner, a 185-unit residential building has been proposed to rise up to 13-stories with 165,000 square feet of residential... Read More »

Plans To Raze Prominent Rincon Hill 76 Station For Condos To Rise

Plans To Raze Prominent Rincon Hill 76 Station For Condos To Rise

It was only a matter of time, and now that time has come.  Plans to demolish the Union 76 Station on the northwest corner of First and Harrison have been filed.  And on the corner, a 185-unit residential building has been proposed to rise, adjacent to the 400-foot building... Read More »

Market And Sanchez Street Development Approved To Rise

Market And Sanchez Street Development Approved To Rise

The proposed Market Street development with 87 rental units over 5,100 square feet of ground floor commercial space to rise on the northeast corner of Market and Sanchez (aka 2198 Market Street) was unanimously approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission last night. The building will rise to a height... Read More »

Unreal Expectations For Castro Street Corner Of Condos

Unreal Expectations For Castro Street Corner Of Condos

With approved designs for 24 condos to be built at 376 Castro Street now in hand, the owner of the gas station site is trying to sell the parcel for $12,000,000, not including the cost of construction, a whopping $500,000 per door (industry speak for potential unit). Keep in... Read More »

The Refined Designs For A Prime Market And Castro Street Corner

The Refined Designs For A Prime Market And Castro Street Corner

As a condition of approval last year, the developers of the six-story building to rise at 376 Castro and Market Street agreed to work with the Planning Department to modernize and refine the building’s design, and refined the design has been. The Planning Deparment’s overview of the new design,... Read More »

Resurrected Plans For The Corner Of 19th And South Van Ness Ave

Resurrected Plans For The Corner Of 19th And South Van Ness Ave

The gas station at the corner of 19th Street and South Van Ness Avenue stopped pumping gas at the end of 2004. An application to build five-story mixed use building upon the site was filed in 2005. And in early 2008, the construction of a 50-foot tall building with... Read More »

Valencia Street Development Scoop: Five Stories At Corner Of 23rd

Valencia Street Development Scoop: Five Stories At Corner Of 23rd

JS Sullivan, the developer of 299 Valencia Street, is quietly testing the waters over Planning to raze the shuttered gas station on 23rd Street between Valencia and San Jose Avenue and construct a five-story building with 42 dwelling units over ground floor retail and 31 off-street parking spaces on... Read More »

376 Castro Rendered, Re-Cladded And Ready For Commission Vote

376 Castro Rendered, Re-Cladded And Ready For Commission Vote

While not reflected in the rendering above, we believe the latest design for the proposed 65-foot building to rise at the corner of Castro and Market now calls for the building to be clad in a “more modernist” lattice of terra cotta tiles: As plugged-in people know, 376 Castro... Read More »

Fill’er Up (With Condos) At Van Ness And Filbert As Proposed

Fill’er Up (With Condos) At Van Ness And Filbert As Proposed

Previously home to a Union 76 station which was razed a year ago, a 65-foot-tall mixed-use building would rise on the southwest corner of Van Ness and Filbert as proposed. The proposed building would contain 3,000 sf of retail space on its ground floor and about 40,000 square feet... Read More »