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No Red Flags for Proposed 320-Foot-Tall Hayes Valley Tower

No Red Flags for Proposed 320-Foot-Tall Hayes Valley Tower

San Francisco’s Planning Department has completed its preliminary review of the French American International School’s proposed 320-foot tower to rise on its parking lot site at 98 Franklin Street in Hayes Valley. And beyond the proposed height, for which the school has a plan, the Department didn’t raise any... Read More »

Folsom Street Rising: Newly Rendered and Closer to Reality

Folsom Street Rising: Newly Rendered and Closer to Reality

With plans to raise the roof at 633 Folsom Street in the works, and the designs for a 14-story building to rise on the corner site of the two-story Canton Seafood & Dim Sum restaurant at 655 Folsom Street now closer to reality, the proposed 667 Folsom Street project,... Read More »

Contemporary Dogpatch Redevelopment Closer to Reality

Contemporary Dogpatch Redevelopment Closer to Reality

The proposed redevelopment of the two-story Watermark Press Building’s parcel at 950 Tennessee Street could be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission in two weeks time. As designed and newly refined by Handel Architects, the proposed development to rise up to four stories across the Dogpatch site features two distinct... Read More »

French American School Proposes 320-Foot Tower in Hayes Valley

French American School Proposes 320-Foot Tower in Hayes Valley

The French American International School has engaged Handel Architects to draft plans for a 320-foot tower to rise on the parking lot site at 98 Franklin Street in Hayes Valley, a site which which is across the street the school’s building at 150 Oak Street and which plugged-in readers... Read More »

Skinny Transbay District Tower Closer to Reality

Skinny Transbay District Tower Closer to Reality

Speaking of skinny project sites, the plans for a 48-story, residential tower rising up to 515 feet in height at 524 Howard Street have been newly rendered, granted an exemption from having to complete a resource intensive environmental impact report, and are slated to be approved by San Francisco’s... Read More »

Modern Mid-Market Development Redesigned, Slated for Approval

Modern Mid-Market Development Redesigned, Slated for Approval

While the prow and Market Street facade of the proposed 12-story development to rise on half the Mid-Market block bound by Market, Turk and Taylor, have been slightly refined (primarily at the base), the 950 Market Street project’s Turk and Taylor Street look has been completely redesigned by Handel... Read More »

Plans for Long-Vacant Lombard Street Site Now Closer to Reality

Plans for Long-Vacant Lombard Street Site Now Closer to Reality

Speaking of former gas station sites and Handel Architects, the designs for a contemporary residential building to rise at the corner of Lombard and Pierce have been drawn. Having sat undeveloped for over a decade, the Marina Chevron site was sold to DM Development last year. And as proposed,... Read More »

Contemporary Cow Hollow Development Closer to Reality

Contemporary Cow Hollow Development Closer to Reality

As we first reported last week, the formal application for authorization to move forward with developing a seven-story building upon the long-shuttered Chevron service station site at the corner of Van Ness and Union has been filed with Planning. As designed by Handel Architects for DM Development, the project... Read More »

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 »