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More Height and Affordable Condos Encouraged for Van Ness Site

More Height and Affordable Condos Encouraged for Van Ness Site

San Francisco’s Planning Department has finished its preliminary review of the proposed seven-story building to rise upon the shuttered Chevron service station site at the corner of Van Ness and Union. As proposed by DM Development and in the process of being designed by Handel Architects, the 2465 Van... Read More »

Brick-Clad Marina Condos with Lots of Parking Slated for Approval

Brick-Clad Marina Condos with Lots of Parking Slated for Approval

The plans for a four-story Marina building, with 28 market-rate condos to rise upon the shuttered Chevron station site at the corner of Bay and Buchanan, are slated to be Conditionally Approved for development by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this afternoon. And as we first reported earlier this year,... Read More »

Another Gas Station Site Hits the Market

Another Gas Station Site Hits the Market

After 38 years in business on the southwest corner of 19th Avenue and Judah, the owner of the 19th Avenue 76 Gas and Service Station is retiring. And as a plugged-in tipster notes, both the core business and real estate below are now on the market for $6.3 million.... Read More »

Plans to Raze Prominent Rincon Hill Gas Station Progress

Plans to Raze Prominent Rincon Hill Gas Station Progress

The official application to raze the Union 76 gas station on the northwest corner of First and Harrison and build a 14-story building, with 180 apartments over a garage for 84 cars and a small 600-square-foot café has been submitted to Planning for review. From the development team for the... Read More »

Ten More Years For Twin Peaks Gas Station

Ten More Years For Twin Peaks Gas Station

While San Francisco’s Budget and Legislative Analyst’s Office was recommending that the City actively explore “the highest and best use” for the city-owned gas station site at 598 Portola Drive, and consider rezoning the parcel for redevelopment, perhaps with a bit of housing in light of the city’s oft-touted... Read More »

Will This Be The Last Gas Station Left Standing In San Francisco?

Will This Be The Last Gas Station Left Standing In San Francisco?

The land upon which the Twin Peaks Auto Care Station sits at 598 Portola Drive was acquired by the City of San Francisco in the 1800’s as part of its Laguna Honda site purchase.  The Twin Peaks station is the only privately-operated gas station on City-owned property in San... Read More »

Ground Zero Development In The Mission Closer To Reality

Ground Zero Development In The Mission Closer To Reality

The infamous Mission District bus stop at which protesters started blocking tech buses back in 2013, protesting the gentrification of the neighborhood, is cater-corner to the 76 Station gas station on the northwest corner of Valencia and 24th Streets pictured above. Zoned for development up to 55 feet in... Read More »

Valencia Street Development Slated For Approval, But…

Valencia Street Development Slated For Approval, But…

With a slightly refined design and 49 units, down from 52 as originally proposed, the plans for a five-story building to rise on the northwest corner of 23rd and Valencia in the Mission could be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this afternoon. The former gas station on the... Read More »

Development Granted Key Exemption, Ditching Sixth Street Address

Development Granted Key Exemption, Ditching Sixth Street Address

The proposed plans for an 8‐story building with 112 residential units to rise on the northeast corner of Sixth and Harrison, on the Eastern SoMa site of a long-shuttered service station across from The EndUp, have just been granted a key exemption from having to complete a lengthy environmental review.... Read More »

Twelve New Condos And One Less Gas Station As Proposed

Twelve New Condos And One Less Gas Station As Proposed

As proposed, the 76 station on the southwest corner of Lawton Street and 42nd Avenue in the Outer Sunset will be razed for a four-story development with twelve condos to rise. As designed by Ian Birchall and Associates, while the development would share a common backyard over the garage,... Read More »