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Less Parking, More Apartments and a Mission District Reality Check

Less Parking, More Apartments and a Mission District Reality Check

Five months ago the Inner Mission parking lot at 606 Capp Street, between 21st and 22nd, sold for $3.3 million on the open market. Plans to construct a four-story building on the site have since been drafted by Leavitt Architecture. And as now proposed, the development would consist of... Read More »

Urban Infill For Small Builders And Makers

Urban Infill For Small Builders And Makers

The awkward lot at the intersection of 25th Street and the Indiana Street on-ramp to Interstate 280 currently serves as a scrap and storage yard.  But as proposed, a five-story building for builders and makers could rise upon the Central Waterfront site. As designed by Leavitt Architecture, the 1228... Read More »

Massive Potrero Hill Development Granted Key Exemption

Massive Potrero Hill Development Granted Key Exemption

Plans to move the mobile California Mini-Storage office at 790 Pennsylvania Avenue and build 48,000 square feet of production, distribution and repair (PDR) space on its parcel and 251 apartments, with 225 parking spaces, on the Potrero Hill slope behind have been granted a key Eastern Neighborhoods Plan-based exemption from... 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 »

870 Harrison Update: Development Unanimously Approved

870 Harrison Update: Development Unanimously Approved

It’s a plugged-in tipster that notes the development of 870 Harrison Street by JS Sullivan was unanimously approved last week. Design by Leavitt Architecture, as rendered by ZŪM: As previously summarized by us: Twenty-six residential units (18 one-bedroom, 8 two-bedroom) over either 4,050 or 2,560 square feet of ground-floor... Read More »