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Key Approvals for Long-Vacant Lombard Site Secured, but No Permit

Key Approvals for Long-Vacant Lombard Site Secured, but No Permit

The plans for a contemporary four-story building to rise on the former Marina Chevron site, which was leveled over a decade ago, have been approved. The major appeal periods have passed. And the notice of a key in-fill-based exemption to allow the development to move forward without having to... Read More »

Prominent Market and Castro Street Site Back in Play

Prominent Market and Castro Street Site Back in Play

While approved for the construction of a six-story building, with 24 residential units over 3,000 square feet of ground floor retail space and a 14-car garage back in 2013, a legal battle over the ownership and control of the prominent RC gas station site on the northwest corner of... Read More »

Plans for Building up on West MacArthur Boulevard

Plans for Building up on West MacArthur Boulevard

Purchased for $550,000 in 2014, plans to level the former gas station turned car wash at 411 West MacArthur Boulevard, across the street from Mosswood Park and a park-block away from Kaiser’s new Oakland Medical Center at 3600 Broadway, are in the works. As proposed, a five-story building designed... Read More »

Proposed Sixth Street Development Redesigned

Proposed Sixth Street Development Redesigned

San Francisco’s Planning Commission is likely to approve the proposed redevelopment of the former Central SoMa gas station turned parking lot parcel on the southeast corner of Folsom and Sixth Streets this week. If approved, an eight-story building could rise up to 82 feet in height upon the 999... Read More »

Hearing for Ground Zero Development in the Mission Next Week

Hearing for Ground Zero Development in the Mission Next Week

With a refined design by Ian Birchall and Associates, the owner of the 76 gas station on the northwest corner of Valencia and 24th Streets, who has been working on plans for a six-story building to rise on the 1298 Valencia Street site since 2013, will face off against... Read More »

Sixth Street Rising: Plans for Eight Stories at 999 Folsom

Sixth Street Rising: Plans for Eight Stories at 999 Folsom

Plans to level the former gas station turned parking/detailing lot on the southeast corner of Folsom and Sixth Streets are in the works. And if approved at the end of this month, an eight-story building could rise up to 82 feet in height upon the 999 Folsom Street (a.k.a.... Read More »

Bigger Plans for Outer Sunset Gas Station Site

Bigger Plans for Outer Sunset Gas Station Site

As originally proposed a couple years ago, the 76 station on the southwest corner of Lawton and 42nd Avenue in the Outer Sunset was to be razed for a four-story development to rise, with twelve condos, twelve parking spaces and an approach designed to avoid having to include any... Read More »

Plans for Prominent SoMa Corner Slated for Approval

Plans for Prominent SoMa Corner Slated for Approval

Speaking of major developments on Howard which could be approved next week, the refined plans for 124 apartments, over 14,000 square feet of ground floor retail/restaurant/commercial space and a basement garage for 71 cars (and 188 bikes) could be approved to rise up to five stories in height on... Read More »

Building Up West Berkeley and San Pablo Avenue

Building Up West Berkeley and San Pablo Avenue

Plans to raze the shuttered Babitt’s Auto Repair Services and former gas station site at 2527 San Pablo Avenue, at the corner of Blake in West Berkeley, are in the works. And as proposed, a six-story building will rise up to 67 feet in height. While principally only zoned... Read More »

Zeitgeist Likely to Lose Literal NIMBY Challenge

Zeitgeist Likely to Lose Literal NIMBY Challenge

As proposed, a new five-story building with 28 condos over 6,300 square feet of new retail space and a 19-car garage will rise upon the Oil Changer site at 198 Valencia Street. In August, shortly after anti-tech flyers were posted in front of the bar, the owner of Zeitgeist... Read More »