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Ground Zero Development In The Mission Closer To Reality

Ground Zero Development In The Mission Closer To Reality

The infamous Mission District bus stop at which protesters started blocking tech buses back in 2013, protesting the gentrification of the neighborhood, is cater-corner to the 76 Station gas station on the northwest corner of Valencia and 24th Streets pictured above. Zoned for development up to 55 feet in... Read More »

Plans For New Condos On The Edge Of North Beach Move Forward

Plans For New Condos On The Edge Of North Beach Move Forward

The proposed development to replace the former Caesar’s Restaurant on the southwest corner of Bay and Powell has been granted a Mitigated Negative Declaration from San Francisco’s Environmental Review Officer, which means that a lengthy Environmental Impact Report for the development will not be required. As we first reported... Read More »

Twelve New Condos And One Less Gas Station As Proposed

Twelve New Condos And One Less Gas Station As Proposed

As proposed, the 76 station on the southwest corner of Lawton Street and 42nd Avenue in the Outer Sunset will be razed for a four-story development with twelve condos to rise. As designed by Ian Birchall and Associates, while the development would share a common backyard over the garage,... Read More »

Designs For A Five-Story Mission District Development

Designs For A Five-Story Mission District Development

As we first reported earlier this year, the plans for developing the long-shuttered gas station site on the northeast corner of 19th Street and South Van Ness Avenue, which were approved in 2008 but then waylaid by the economy, are now back in play, with nearly twice as many... Read More »

The Next SF Gas Station To Fall (And Buildings To Rise)

The Next SF Gas Station To Fall (And Buildings To Rise)

Plans to raze the Union 76 Station on the southwest corner of California and 25th Avenue are working their way through Planning, adding to the growing list of endangered gas stations in San Francisco. And as proposed, three four-story buildings, each with three three-bedroom units, will rise up to... Read More »

Potrero Hill Development Revived And Redesigned

Potrero Hill Development Revived And Redesigned

Approved for development back in 2008 but waylaid by the economy and having since lost its entitlement to be built, the plans for a 28-unit condo complex to rise up to four stories at 1000 Mississippi Street, just below the public housing to be redeveloped on the southeastern slope... Read More »

Redevelopment Of Mel’s Drive-In Moving Forward

Redevelopment Of Mel’s Drive-In Moving Forward

While the redevelopment of the Mel’s Drive-In on Geary Boulevard has yet to be approved or permitted, the necessary Environmental Review for the project, a precursor to its approval, is underway and appears to be nearing completion. As proposed, the diner will be razed and a four-story building designed... Read More »

Mission Project Back In Play With 2X The Number Of Condos

Mission Project Back In Play With 2X The Number Of Condos

Approved for the development of a five-story building, with 29 condos, 29 parking spaces, and 4,600 square feet of ground-floor retail back in early 2008, the plans for developing the long-shuttered gas station site on the northeast corner of 19th Street and South Van Ness Avenue were waylaid by... Read More »

SoMa Rising: Designs For Nine Stories And More Housing On Harrison

SoMa Rising: Designs For Nine Stories And More Housing On Harrison

The plans to raze Ed’s Autohaus at 768 Harrison Street and construct a nine-story building with 26 residential units, nearly 5,000 square feet of office space, and a 600 square foot retail space adjacent to Cubix are making their way through planning. As designed by Ian Birchall and Associates,... Read More »

Mel’s Drive-In Development Drive-By

Mel’s Drive-In Development Drive-By

Plans to raze the Inner Richmond Mel’s Drive-In on Geary Boulevard were submitted to San Francisco’s Planning Department last year. And as rendered above, a four-story building designed by Ian Birchall and Associates with 23 residential units over ground floor retail along Geary and Beaumont and an underground garage for... Read More »