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Sexy Time?

Sexy Time?

Currently home to the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, which was established in 1976 and grew out of research in the 1960s which highlighted “a general lack of understanding…and formal training in human sexuality,” plans to raze the 25-foot-tall building on the southwest corner of Franklin and... Read More »

Revised Plans for Embattled Lombard Street Site

Revised Plans for Embattled Lombard Street Site

The formal application for a four-story building with 53 condos over a ground-floor retail space and garage for 53 cars to rise across the former Blockbuster parcel at 2444 Lombard Street in the Marina, which is currently occupied by Wolf & Lion, has been submitted to the City and is... Read More »

Valencia Street Development Slated For Approval, But…

Valencia Street Development Slated For Approval, But…

With a slightly refined design and 49 units, down from 52 as originally proposed, the plans for a five-story building to rise on the northwest corner of 23rd and Valencia in the Mission could be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this afternoon. The former gas station on the... Read More »

Mission District Development Moving Forward

Mission District Development Moving Forward

In the works since 2012 and with the site’s environmental cleanup now complete, a permit to remove the remnants of the shuttered Chevron gas station on the northwest corner of 23rd and Valencia has been requested, an exception from having to complete a detailed environmental review has been granted, and the... Read More »

Empire Room Now Open (And Closing In 2017 For Condos To Rise)

Empire Room Now Open (And Closing In 2017 For Condos To Rise)

Plans to raze the former Stars/Trader Vic’s/Maestro building at 555 Golden Gate Avenue which is now home to The Empire Room, the grand opening for which was last month, are moving forward with the environmental review for an eleven-story residential building to rise on the site underway. As proposed... Read More »

From Rentals To Condos In Western SoMa And A Bay Window Debate

From Rentals To Condos In Western SoMa And A Bay Window Debate

Plans to the raze the Hertz car-rental building at 241 10th Street, across the street from the Saint Joseph’s Church project, are working their way through Planning.  And as proposed by JS Sullivan Development, a five-story building with 28 condos over 1,900-square-feet of commercial space and 17 off-street parking... Read More »

Tenderloin Rising: Plans For Eight Stories Of Condos On Larkin

Tenderloin Rising: Plans For Eight Stories Of Condos On Larkin

Speaking of revitalizing the Tenderloin, developer JS Sullivan is quietly working on plans to raze the single-story Susan’s Massage, Four Seasons restaurant and Excellent Dry Cleaners building at the corner of Larkin and Olive and raise an eight-story building with 42 condos over 1,400-square-feet of retail space and parking... Read More »

Franklin And Page Development Plan Dusted Off, Parking Nixed

Franklin And Page Development Plan Dusted Off, Parking Nixed

Originally approved for development in 2010 but never having broken ground, the variance needed for the proposed 8-story development to rise as designed on the current parking lot parcel at 1 Franklin Street has since expired but the plans have been dusted off and the developer, JS Sullivan, will likely... Read More »

Plans For Condos To Rise On Embattled Lombard Street Site

Plans For Condos To Rise On Embattled Lombard Street Site

When Pet Food Express lost their battle to occupy the former Blockbuster space on Lombard Street, a non-chain pet store (Wolf & Lion) was granted a lease, but it’s likely not for long.  For behind the scenes, plans to level the site and construct a four-story building with 53 condos... Read More »

870 Harrison Street: 26 New Condos On The Map

870 Harrison Street: 26 New Condos On The Map

The latest project from JS Sullivan, 870 Harrison Street was originally approved for development in 2009 but then waylaid by “economic issues and market conditions caused by the economic recession.” Designed by Leavitt Architecture, the 26-unit Central SoMa development, a mix of 18 one-bedrooms and 8 two-bedrooms, is now... Read More »