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Redevelopment of KRON TV Site for 239 Condos Closer to Reality

Redevelopment of KRON TV Site for 239 Condos Closer to Reality

As proposed, the former KRON TV building at 1001 Van Ness Avenue, across from Tesla’s first San Francisco showroom, will be razed and a 14-story building, with 239 condos over 5,000 square feet of retail space fronting Van Ness, will rise on the Cathedral Hill site at corner of... Read More »

Plans for Building up Central SoMa behind an Existing Facade

Plans for Building up Central SoMa behind an Existing Facade

Plans to construct a new six-story building behind the existing brick façade of the two-story building at 531-535 Bryant Street, which was built in 1918 and has been flagged as a potential historic resource, have been drawn and submitted to the City for review. The proposed development would rise... Read More »

A Big Hearing for that Downsized Mid-Market Development

A Big Hearing for that Downsized Mid-Market Development

Having been appealed on both historic and contemporary grounds, the Planning Commission hearing to determine if the modern 12-story development designed to rise at 950 Market Street – covering half the triangular Mid-Market block bound by Market, Turk and Taylor while leaving The Warfield and Crazy Horse Theater buildings... Read More »

New Plans for a Modern 108-Unit Dogpatch Redevelopment

New Plans for a Modern 108-Unit Dogpatch Redevelopment

The proposed redevelopment of the two-story Watermark Press building parcel at 950 Tennessee Street in Dogpatch is pressing forward with Handel Architects now at the design helm. And as proposed, the modern building to rise up to four stories across the site will feature two distinct styles, “which harken... Read More »

Skinny Tower Adds More Height and Two Years to Break Ground

Skinny Tower Adds More Height and Two Years to Break Ground

First approved for development over 25 years ago, Crescent Heights has been touting “Coming Soon” with respect to their plans for a skinny 450-foot-tall residential tower to rise at 524 Howard Street since 2013. But Crescent Heights’ plans and timing for the Transbay District site have changed. And if... Read More »

Plans for Long-Vacant Lombard Site in the Works

Plans for Long-Vacant Lombard Site in the Works

With the 21-unit VELA nearing completion at 2353 Lombard Street, we turn our attention to the adjacent undeveloped parcel to the east known as 2301 Lombard, a parcel which has sat undeveloped for over a decade. The former Marina Chevron station site was sold to DM Development last year... Read More »

The Plans for a New Pedestrian Alley and Bike Lounge

The Plans for a New Pedestrian Alley and Bike Lounge

As we revealed last week, the proposed 220-unit building to rise up to 12 stories upon the Tower Car Wash site includes a mid-block pedestrian alley between Mission Street and South Van Ness Avenue. The alley would provide access to 1601 Mission Street’s lobby, a “lounge” for 71 bikes... Read More »

Tower Car Wash Redevelopment in the Queue

Tower Car Wash Redevelopment in the Queue

The public hearing for Trumark Urban’s proposed redevelopment of the Tower Car Wash and gas station site at 1601 Mission Street and South Van Ness Avenue has been scheduled for April 7. If approved, a 12-story building designed by Handel Architects, with 220 condos over 7,300 square feet of... Read More »

Downsized Mid-Market Development Closer to Reality

Downsized Mid-Market Development Closer to Reality

With new plans in hand for a downsized development which will cover half the triangular Mid-Market block bound by Market, Turk and Taylor, while leaving The Warfield and Crazy Horse Theater buildings in place, Group I’s proposal for a 12-story building to rise at 950 Market Street is closer... Read More »

Downsized Mid-Market Development Completely Redesigned

Downsized Mid-Market Development Completely Redesigned

Last year it came to light that Group I’s plans for a modern Mid-Market hotel, residential and retail complex to rise up to 200-feet in height at Market and Turk, as rendered above, had been downsized by 80 feet and that the development’s proposed 75,000-square-foot Center for Arts & Education... Read More »