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Plans for Slender, 25-Story Micro-Room Hotel Revealed

Plans for Slender, 25-Story Micro-Room Hotel Revealed

Plans for a slender 25-story hotel to rise up to 260 feet in height on the 4,000-square-foot parking lot site at 36 Tehama Street have been submitted to Planning. And as envisioned by J Street Hospitality and designed by Handel Architects, the new Transbay District hotel would be outfitted... Read More »

Developers Drop Condos from Permitted Tower Plans

Developers Drop Condos from Permitted Tower Plans

As we first reported this past September: While the approval process for a 36-story tower designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop, in collaboration with Mark Cavagnero Associates, to rise up to 405-feet in height at 555 Howard Street was, in fact, fast-tracked by Planning, and the development was approved... Read More »

Big Plans for a New Mid-Market Hotel to Rise Right Here

Big Plans for a New Mid-Market Hotel to Rise Right Here

Plans to raze the two, two and three-story, buildings on the northwest corner of Mission and Ninth Streets are in the works. And as envisioned, a new 15-story hotel could rise up to 143 feet in height upon the Mid-Market site which is currently limited to 120 feet and... Read More »

Destination Waterfront Hotel Redesigned

Destination Waterfront Hotel Redesigned

Facing pushback from the Bay Conservation and Development Commission’s (BCDC) Design Review Board, which determined that the plans for a 155-room resort hotel to rise up to six stories in height on the Jack London Square parcel known as F3 would not adequately provide “a distinctive waterfront place with... Read More »

Refined Plans for “Too Tall” Hotel Tower

Refined Plans for “Too Tall” Hotel Tower

Having rejected the Planning Department’s recommendation that the height of a proposed tower to rise upon the Il Massimo building’s parcel at 439 Washington Street, which sits in a “transitional zone” between Downtown and the Jackson Square historic district, should be cut in half, Peninsular Realty is pushing forward with plans... Read More »

Plans for Another Union Square Infill Hotel

Plans for Another Union Square Infill Hotel

Plans to level the two-story retail and Barbizon studio building at 420 Sutter Street, across from the Grand Hyatt San Francisco, are in the works. And as envisioned by Stanton Architecture, a 165-room hotel could rise up to 12 stories and 120 feet in height upon the Union Square... Read More »

Downsized Plans for Towering Hotel Slated for Approval

Downsized Plans for Towering Hotel Slated for Approval

As we first reported earlier this year: “While the preliminary plans for a 21-story hotel with 480 rooms to rise up to 200 feet in height across the Central SoMa parking lot at 350 Second Street were submitted to Planning a few years ago, said plans have been downsized... Read More »

Plans to Develop “Too Tall” Hotel Tower Progress (And Grow)

Plans to Develop “Too Tall” Hotel Tower Progress (And Grow)

Plans to demolish the two-story Il Massimo building at 439 Washington Street and construct a skinny 22-story hotel with 189 rooms over 3,500 square feet of retail space upon the Financial District site have been in the works since 2015. While the site is principally zoned for development up... Read More »

Downsized Plans for a Towering SoMa Hotel Right Here

Downsized Plans for a Towering SoMa Hotel Right Here

While the preliminary plans for a 21-story hotel with 480 rooms to rise up to 200 feet in height across the Central SoMa parking lot at 350 Second Street were submitted to Planning a few years ago, said plans have been downsized and its mass has shifted. As redesigned... Read More »

Destination Waterfront Hotel Slated for Approval in the East Bay

Destination Waterfront Hotel Slated for Approval in the East Bay

The final development permit for a proposed waterfront hotel to rise up to 67 feet and six stories in height on the Jack London Square parcel known as F3, behind which a proposed 326-unit building is slated to rise up to eight stories on the parcel known as F2,... Read More »