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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 »

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 »

Settlement Reached for 46-Story Mexican Museum Tower to Rise

Settlement Reached for 46-Story Mexican Museum Tower to Rise

Waylaid by a pair of lawsuits filed by a group of neighbors in the adjacent Four Seasons building at 765 Market Street, a settlement has been reached to allow Millennium Partners’ tower to rise up to 510-feet in height at 706 Mission Street and the building permit for the... Read More »

Another Peek at the 240 Pacific Project, Progress and Timing

Another Peek at the 240 Pacific Project, Progress and Timing

With an approved plan for mitigating the environmental impacts of the proposed development and preserving any archaeological finds having been inked, we now have a couple of fresh perspectives and updated renderings for the proposed 240 Pacific Avenue project, which includes 33 condos over 2,000 square feet of retail space,... Read More »

Former Waterfront Development Moves Forward

Former Waterfront Development Moves Forward

As we first reported in October, plans to raze the one-story Financial District building at 290 Pacific Avenue – which was originally home to a blacksmith’s shop and more recently occupied by the restaurant Globe – were one step closer to reality, with San Francisco’s Planning Department having issued... Read More »

Folsom Street Rising and Newly Rendered

Folsom Street Rising and Newly Rendered

With plans to raise the roof on the corner building at 633 Folsom in the works, a plugged-in reader delivers a rendering for the proposed 240-unit building to rise up to 13 stories at 667 Folsom. The 667 Folsom Street project, which is being designed by Handel Architects for... Read More »

Development To Replace Globe Closer To Reality

Development To Replace Globe Closer To Reality

Plans to raze the one-story Financial District building at 290 Pacific Avenue – which was originally home to a blacksmith’s shop and more recently occupied by Globe for 18 years – are one step closer to reality, with San Francisco’s Planning Department having just issued a Preliminary Mitigated Negative... Read More »

40-Story Rincon Hill Tower Rising Ahead Of Schedule

40-Story Rincon Hill Tower Rising Ahead Of Schedule

Construction of the 40-story Rincon Hill tower rising up to 400-feet at 340 Fremont Street has topped out ahead of schedule (i.e., it’s not rising any higher). And the 348 apartments within should be finished by July of 2016. Designed by Handel Architects for Equity Residential, Suffolk Construction is... Read More »

Waylaid Hotel Redesigned, Ready To Break Ground

Waylaid Hotel Redesigned, Ready To Break Ground

Highgate Hotels has purchased the parking lot at 72 Ellis Street and intends to break ground for an upscale 11-story hotel with 156 guest rooms “as soon as possible.” The site was first approved for development in 2001 but the project was waylaid by the dotcom collapse and decline... Read More »