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Waylaid Hayes Valley Grocery Hopes to Open in 2018

Waylaid Hayes Valley Grocery Hopes to Open in 2018

Having ground to a halt last year, waylaid by the late delivery of its custom designed glass skin, construction on the 139 new Hayes Valley condos at 555 Fulton Street is back underway. And having laid the groundwork for a formula retailer to operate the development’s 25,000-square-foot grocery store... Read More »

Hayes Valley Development Slated for Approval with Refined Design

Hayes Valley Development Slated for Approval with Refined Design

A neighbor’s challenge of the proposed five-story building to rise on the slender Hayes Valley parcel known as Central Freeway Parcel T (a.k.a. 188 Octavia Boulevard, between Page and Rose) is slated to be heard by San Francisco’s Planning Commission on Thursday afternoon. In addition to 27 residential units... Read More »

Hayes Valley Mortuary Could Become Housing (and More)

Hayes Valley Mortuary Could Become Housing (and More)

Plans to add a fourth story and rear addition to the Bryant Mortuary at 635 Fulton Street have been drawn. And as proposed, the historic Hayes Valley building would be converted into a 10-unit residential building, with a total 8 two-bedrooms and 2 threes. But that’s not all. As... Read More »

Hayes Valley Development Challenged

Hayes Valley Development Challenged

A formal challenge of the proposed building and beer hall to rise on the slender Hayes Valley parcel known as Central Freeway Parcel T (a.k.a. 188 Octavia Boulevard) has filed by a neighbor on Haight: From the application for a Discretionary Review (DR) of the project to be held... Read More »

Positioning to Break Ground on Former Freeway Parcel T

Positioning to Break Ground on Former Freeway Parcel T

The building permit for the the modern building and beer hall to rise on the slender Central Freeway Parcel T, fronting Octavia Boulevard between Page and Rose in Hayes Valley, is in the works. Plans to raze the adjacent office building at 165 Page and incorporate its parcel into... Read More »

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 »

Plans for Nothing to Rise on This Prime Hayes Valley Parcel

Plans for Nothing to Rise on This Prime Hayes Valley Parcel

Plans to raze the former Jews for Jesus building at 80/84 Page Street are in the works. And as proposed, and rather ironically, nothing will rise upon the Hayes Valley parcel which extends to 79 Lily Street. Instead, the French American International School intends erect a chain link fence... Read More »

Still Not Cheap but 7.4 Percent Cheaper Than Five Months Ago

Still Not Cheap but 7.4 Percent Cheaper Than Five Months Ago

Listed for $998,708 in June, with the sales office having been open for three months and prices adjusted accordingly, the price for the two-bedroom unit #413 at 388 Fulton Street was reduced to $968,000 in July as a wave of price cuts quietly rolled across the unsold inventory of... 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 »

Association of Realtors Planning to Build up in Hayes Valley

Association of Realtors Planning to Build up in Hayes Valley

The San Francisco Association of Realtors is working on plans to reconfigure and add three residential stories atop their Hayes Valley headquarters building at 301 Grove Street. As envisioned, the existing building’s 8-car garage would be eliminated, creating space for an expanded conference room, 1,500 square feet of new... Read More »