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Angling to Expand a Hayes Valley Development by 50 Percent

Angling to Expand a Hayes Valley Development by 50 Percent

With the planning for a modern 26-unit building and beer hall to rise on the slender Central Freeway Parcel T, fronting Octavia Boulevard between Page and Rose, well underway, the development team has been quietly working with the Mayor’s Office to acquire the adjacent office building at 165 Page Street.... Read More »

OMG!  Another Church on the Market for $3.2M

OMG! Another Church on the Market for $3.2M

The Gethsemane Church of God in Christ at 240 Page Street is on the market for $3.2 million. While the 5,500-square-foot church is historically protected, the interior of the Hayes Valley building can be redesigned and reconfigured and it’s zoned for residential use(s) and redevelopment. The Church of God... Read More »

Super Skinny Hayes Valley Buildings Slated for Approval

Super Skinny Hayes Valley Buildings Slated for Approval

While opposed by neighbors whose property line windows and verandas will be blocked (along with stated concerns about construction noise and the displacement of the mature trees on the site), the plans for a pair of super skinny Hayes Valley buildings to rise up to five stories at 300... Read More »

Variances for High-End Hayes Valley Development on Tap This Week

Variances for High-End Hayes Valley Development on Tap This Week

As proposed, a high-end, eight-unit development designed by Edmonds + Lee will rise up to five stories on the Hayes Valley parking lot parcel at 311 Grove Street, with an inner courtyard between the two four-unit buildings which will front both Grove and Ivy Streets. But as required by... Read More »

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 »