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Plan to Shape Dogpatch Slated for Adoption

Plan to Shape Dogpatch Slated for Adoption

In the works since 2014, the City’s Central Waterfront / Dogpatch Public Realm Plan, which is intended to both guide and prioritize the development of new neighborhood public spaces, streetscapes and parks, is slated to be adopted by San Francisco’s Planning Commission in two weeks time and by the... Read More »

Record Pipeline of Residential Development in San Francisco Grows

Record Pipeline of Residential Development in San Francisco Grows

With the number of newly proposed units of housing to be built in San Francisco having outpaced the number of units that finished up construction, the overall pipeline of apartments and condos under development in San Francisco increased by 2,600 in the first quarter of 2018 to a record... Read More »

Proposed Development in San Francisco Tracking a Six-Year Low

Proposed Development in San Francisco Tracking a Six-Year Low

Having peaked at 116 in 2014, the number of newly proposed plans for major developments in San Francisco has been trending down ever since, a trend which shouldn’t catch any plugged-in readers by surprise. And with fewer than 20 preliminary proposals for major projects in the city having been... Read More »

The Latest Inventory of SF’s Housing Stock and Actual Development

The Latest Inventory of SF’s Housing Stock and Actual Development

Including finished new construction projects and conversions, 4,441 net-new units of housing were added to San Francisco’s stock of housing last year, down 12 percent from 5,046 in 2016 but nearly double the 20-year average of 2,295, figures which are slated to be presented to San Francisco’s Planning Commission... Read More »

Million Dollar Cut for Approved Development in the Mission

Million Dollar Cut for Approved Development in the Mission

Speaking of approved projects in San Francisco’s housing pipeline which have yet to break ground, the asking price for the Mission District parcel on the southeast corner of 16th and Florida Streets – upon which a modern seven-story building with 53 condos averaging 688 square feet apiece; 1,600 square... Read More »

Record Pipeline of Projects in SF but Actual Building Slows Down

Record Pipeline of Projects in SF but Actual Building Slows Down

With the number of newly proposed units of housing to be built in San Francisco having outpaced the number of units that finished up construction in the fourth quarter of last year, the overall pipeline of apartments and condos under development in San Francisco has increased by 1,950 to... Read More »

Pipeline of Residential Development in San Francisco Drops

Pipeline of Residential Development in San Francisco Drops

With the number of new units of housing in San Francisco that finished up construction in the third quarter of the year having outpaced the total of those which were newly proposed, the overall pipeline of apartments and condos under development in the city slipped by roughly 200 to... Read More »

Housing Pipeline Holds as Construction Rises in San Francisco

Housing Pipeline Holds as Construction Rises in San Francisco

With new proposals having been submitted to the City for roughly the same number of residential units that finished construction in the second quarter of the year, the overall pipeline of apartments and condos under development in San Francisco is holding around 63,500 having peaked at 63,700 in the... Read More »

Pipeline of Development in S.F. Holds but Nearing Negative Growth

Pipeline of Development in S.F. Holds but Nearing Negative Growth

With new proposals having been submitted to the City for roughly the same number of residential units that finished construction in the first quarter of the year, the overall pipeline of apartments and condos under development in San Francisco is holding around 63,600. But as we first noted last... Read More »

Mission District Development Controls to Be Modified and Extended

Mission District Development Controls to Be Modified and Extended

The ‘Interim Controls’ to limit new market-rate housing, office and retail developments in the Mission District, which were adopted in January of last year and are scheduled to expire this April, are slated to be extended for another nine months, but with a few modifications. Intended to provide time... Read More »