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Redevelopment of Prominent SoMa Corner Closer to Reality

Redevelopment of Prominent SoMa Corner Closer to Reality

It was nearly twenty years ago that San Francisco’s Planning Department first authorized the theoretical conversion of the gas station parcel on northeast corner of Howard and 9th Street which is zoned for development up to 55 feet in height. Two years ago, preliminary plans for razing the existing... Read More »

Potential Historic Resource Sells for $1.57 Million in the Sunset

Potential Historic Resource Sells for $1.57 Million in the Sunset

Listed for $1.795 million in March, the sale of the corner property at 1455 Irving and 16th Avenue, upon which the remnants of an historic neighborhood service station sit, has just closed escrow for $1.57 million. Back in 2011, it was determined that the station’s former garage, which sat... Read More »

Plans for Long-Vacant Lombard Street Site Now Closer to Reality

Plans for Long-Vacant Lombard Street Site Now Closer to Reality

Speaking of former gas station sites and Handel Architects, the designs for a contemporary residential building to rise at the corner of Lombard and Pierce have been drawn. Having sat undeveloped for over a decade, the Marina Chevron site was sold to DM Development last year. And as proposed,... Read More »

Plans for Another SoMa Hotel with Penthouse Units Above

Plans for Another SoMa Hotel with Penthouse Units Above

With the designs for a slender eight-story residential building to rise on the western quarter of the Shell Station site at 300 Fifth Street having been drafted, the preliminary plans for an eight-story building to rise on the eastern three-quarters of the Central SoMa site have just been submitted... Read More »

Contemporary Cow Hollow Development Closer to Reality

Contemporary Cow Hollow Development Closer to Reality

As we first reported last week, the formal application for authorization to move forward with developing a seven-story building upon the long-shuttered Chevron service station site at the corner of Van Ness and Union has been filed with Planning. As designed by Handel Architects for DM Development, the project... Read More »

Formal Application for Van Ness Development Filed

Formal Application for Van Ness Development Filed

The formal application for authorization to move forward with developing a seven-story building – with 41 luxury condos over ground floor retail and a basement garage for 31 cars – upon the shuttered Chevron service station site at the corner of Van Ness and Union has been filed with... Read More »

A LUSTy Redevelopment Is Underway on Geary Boulevard

A LUSTy Redevelopment Is Underway on Geary Boulevard

It took a few years to find a buyer, but the gas station site on the southwest corner of Geary and Stanyan finally traded hands for $2.85 million in July. The 76 Station on the site was summarily razed. And the building permits for a four-story structure, with 13... Read More »

Designs for a Slice of This SoMa Gas Station Site Have Been Drawn

Designs for a Slice of This SoMa Gas Station Site Have Been Drawn

With the lease for the Shell station on the corner of Fifth and Folsom expiring early next year, plans for a slender eight-story building to rise on the western quarter of the 300 Fifth Street site, which is officially its own parcel, have been drafted by Elevation Architects. As... Read More »

Anti-Tech Posters Now Flying in Front of Zeitgeist

Anti-Tech Posters Now Flying in Front of Zeitgeist

As we first reported a few months ago, plans for razing the Oil Changers station at 198 Valencia Street, across from Zeitgeist at the intersection of Valencia and Duboce, and building 28 new condos over 6,000 square feet of new ground floor retail space on the site were moving forward.... Read More »

Development to Replace Rincon Hill Gas Station Redesigned

Development to Replace Rincon Hill Gas Station Redesigned

Facing pushback from the development team behind Jasper, which recently rose on the 45 Lansing Street parcel next door, as well as the 50 Lansing Street Homeowners Association (which raised a myriad of concerns, including its “design compatibility with the neighborhood”), the proposed 14-story development to rise on the northwest... Read More »