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Hayes Valley Rising at Franklin and Oak

Hayes Valley Rising at Franklin and Oak

Having just been granted a neighborhood plan-based exemption from having to complete a more extensive environmental review, the plans for razing the former Franklin Auto Body Shop and parking lot at 22-24 Franklin Street and constructing an eight-story building upon the Hayes Valley site are poised to be approved... Read More »

Affordable Hayes Valley Development Closer to Reality

Affordable Hayes Valley Development Closer to Reality

The public hearing for the proposed six-story Hayes Valley development with 108 below-market-rate apartments to rise up to 50-feet in height at 455 Fell Street, upon San Francisco’s Central Freeway Parcel O which once served as the northern half of the Hayes Valley Farm, will be held this week.... Read More »

Plans for a Pair of Modern Buildings on Two Skinny Lots

Plans for a Pair of Modern Buildings on Two Skinny Lots

Speaking of former Central Freeway parcels and future Hayes Valley developments, the plans for a pair of modern five-story buildings to rise on Central Freeway Parcels M (350 Octavia) and N (300 Octavia), two undeveloped parcels which are just over 18-feet wide, have been refined and are working their... Read More »

Plans for 108-Unit Affordable Hayes Valley Development Progress

Plans for 108-Unit Affordable Hayes Valley Development Progress

The plans for a six-story Hayes Valley building with 108 below-market-rate apartments to rise up to 50-feet in height at 455 Fell Street, upon San Francisco’s Central Freeway Parcel O which also served as the northern half of the former Hayes Valley Farm, between Octavia and Laguna, are moving forward.... Read More »

Designs for New Hayes Valley Development and Goings-On

Designs for New Hayes Valley Development and Goings-On

The old Jaguar with working headlights that long-adorned its façade is gone and plans to raze the former Franklin Auto Body Shop and construct an eight-story building, with 35 condos over 2,100 square feet of retail space across its parcel and parking lot at 22-24 Franklin Street, could be... Read More »

Pizzeria And Nano-Brewery Negotiating For Hayes Valley Space

Pizzeria And Nano-Brewery Negotiating For Hayes Valley Space

Speaking of beer and Hayes Valley, the owner-operator of Casey’s Pizza (which is currently only available by way of a food truck) is in negotiations to lease the former Go-Getters pizzeria site at 69 Gough Street. And in addition to “artisanal pizzas, salads, and house made desserts,” Casey’s plans... Read More »

Hayes Valley Biergarten Lease Could Be Extended To 2021

Hayes Valley Biergarten Lease Could Be Extended To 2021

Intended as a temporary installation until San Francisco’s economic downturn had passed and the development of the former Central Freeway Parcel L, which is zoned for building up to 55-feet in height, made sense, Supervisor London Breed has introduced a resolution which would extend the lease for the Biergarten... Read More »

Church Sues To Block Sale Of Low-Income Housing To A Developer

Church Sues To Block Sale Of Low-Income Housing To A Developer

A request for a court order to prevent the sale, and possible redevelopment, of Fredrick Douglas Haynes Gardens, a 104-unit complex for low-income residents which spans half a block bordering Hayes Valley, has been filed in San Francisco Superior Court. Built in 1973, the development at 1049 Golden Gate... Read More »

Planning for Development of Last Big Hayes Valley Parcel Underway

Planning for Development of Last Big Hayes Valley Parcel Underway

With the construction of Avalon’s Hayes Valley development nearing completion and renting from $3,200 for a studio, and up to $6,700 for a two-bedroom, on the former Central Freeway Parcel P along Oak, between Octavia and Laguna, Mercy Housing has filed plans to build 112 units of low-income housing... Read More »

Designs For Transforming San Francisco’s Alleys

Designs For Transforming San Francisco’s Alleys

Two years in the making, the Living Alleys Toolkit establishes the framework, strategies and processes for creating a network of plazas, gardens, and active public spaces in traffic calmed alleyways throughout the Market-Octavia Plan Area.  And it’s a toolkit which can be applied to other areas of the city... Read More »