Articles Recently Tagged: Group Housing

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Bernalhaus Collective Evicted, Condos to Rise

Bernalhaus Collective Evicted, Condos to Rise

The remaining residents of the artists’ collective known as Bernalhaus, on Peralta Avenue, behind the Alemany Farmers’ Market at the bottom of Bernal Heights, have been forcibly evicted and locked out. Plans to level the warehouse buildings that sit upon the 992 Peralta Avenue parcel have been in and... Read More »

A Collective of Jackson Square Sleeping Rooms as Proposed

A Collective of Jackson Square Sleeping Rooms as Proposed

Plans to convert the two office buildings at 1020-1028 Kearny Street into a collective of 24 sleeping rooms averaging 125 square feet apiece, with a few as small as 85 square feet, are in the works. As envisioned, the residents of the 24 sleeping rooms would share ten (10)... Read More »

How Not to Hide a Hacker Hostel in SF

How Not to Hide a Hacker Hostel in SF

Speaking of illegal group housing setups in San Francisco, if you’re arguing that your property isn’t actually being used as an un-permitted “hacker hostel,” the second complaint for which was filed last month, you might not want to prominently feature the property on your HacknSleep website (cheesy muzak alert),... Read More »

What’s To Become Of Zeke’s?  The Possibilities Aren’t Endless

What’s To Become Of Zeke’s? The Possibilities Aren’t Endless

With the news that Zeke’s Sports Bar & Grill has lost its lease and will be closing its doors this weekend making the rounds, the question of what’s to become of its space at 600 Third Street remains an unknown. The bar’s Central Soma parcel at the corner of... Read More »

Eagle Plaza And Former Co-Living Development Closer To Reality

Eagle Plaza And Former Co-Living Development Closer To Reality

The plans for a three-building development to rise up to seven stories at Harrison and 12th Streets have been granted an exception from having to complete a lengthy environmental review. And as part of the proposed 1532 Harrison Street project, the conversion of 12th Street between Harrison and Bernice into... Read More »

Designs For 11 Stories Of 400-Square-Foot Units At Turk And Taylor

Designs For 11 Stories Of 400-Square-Foot Units At Turk And Taylor

Mosser Capital Management is pushing forward with plans to subdivide the Tenderloin parcel upon which their 57 Taylor Street building and adjacent 105 Turk Street parking lot sits, and construct an eleven-story building with 70 “group housing rooms” upon the Turk Street lot. The 70 units have been designed... Read More »

Developer Suddenly Selling A Pair Of ‘Unparalleled’ Opportunities

Developer Suddenly Selling A Pair Of ‘Unparalleled’ Opportunities

While Artthaus made headlines earlier this month for filing plans to construct a seven-story building with 131 Group Housing Units and shared kitchens at 1798 Bryant Street in the Mission, and another 36 Group Housing Units at 45 Dore in SoMa, it doesn’t appear that the developer actually plans... Read More »

Group Housing ‘Loopholes’ Could Soon Be Closed

Many of the recently proposed Group Housing developments in San Francisco, with shared kitchens and living areas, have been positioned as creative solutions to maximize density and minimize rents in response to the City’s current housing crisis. But with the addition of “kitchenettes,” which aren’t technically kitchens, a number... Read More »

Group Housing For SF’s “Working Class” Making $100K

Group Housing For SF’s “Working Class” Making $100K

If the Forge Land Company’s plans are approved at the end of the month, a pair of eight-story buildings, with a total of 238 market-rate “group housing” rooms over 5,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space, could rise on two parking lots fronting Leavenworth and Turk in the Tenderloin.... Read More »

Redesigned Market Street Development Moving Forward

Redesigned Market Street Development Moving Forward

Originally proposed to be developed as an upscale “group housing” project, with a shared kitchen and gathering area in order to circumvent the Market-Octavia Neighborhood Plan (which requires 40 percent of new non-group housing developments in the area to be two-bedrooms), the proposed 1700 Market Street project has been redesigned... Read More »