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Who Needs NIMBYs with Friends Like These

Who Needs NIMBYs with Friends Like These

It’s not the first time we’ve heard of San Francisco Bay Area Renters Federation (SFBARF) managing to rub the very people they’re supposed to be courting in all the wrong ways. But in this case, public comments from SFBARF’s founder, Sonja Trauss, are being fingered for effectively undermining the... Read More »

There’s a New Master Architect for The SF Shipyard

There’s a New Master Architect for The SF Shipyard

David Adjaye, the internationally acclaimed architect behind the new National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC, has been engaged as the new masterplan architect and creative director for the second phase of development at The San Francisco Shipyard, which is slated to take shape over... Read More »

Refined Designs and Timing for 157-Unit Development in the Mission

Refined Designs and Timing for 157-Unit Development in the Mission

While the development team is still working with the Planning to finalize the design, the Planning Commission hearing for Lennar Urban’s proposed 157-unit building to rise up to six stories in height at 1515 South Van Ness Avenue, replacing the McMillan Electric building on the Mission District site, has... Read More »

We Have Possession Of Treasure Island, Building To Soon Begin

We Have Possession Of Treasure Island, Building To Soon Begin

The U.S. Navy has officially transferred half of Yerba Buena Island and half of Treasure Island, a total of 290 acres, to San Francisco’s Treasure Island Development Authority, clearing the way for the building of up to 8,000 units of housing; 500,000 square feet of commercial, retail and office... Read More »

First 88 Shipyard Homes In Contract, Second Wave Coming Soon

First 88 Shipyard Homes In Contract, Second Wave Coming Soon

The first 88 homes of Lennar’s San Francisco Shipyard development are in contract with prices ranging from mid-$400k to $900K, and the first closings and move-ins are slated for next month. The construction of the second wave of units, which includes 159 units in four buildings, is underway and should... Read More »

Last Peek Inside Candlestick Park

Last Peek Inside Candlestick Park

The seats have been ripped from the stands, the hazardous materials have been cleared, and the major demolition of Candlestick Park is slated to commence next week, sans an implosion. And within the next three months, the iconic stadium should be completely leveled in order to make way for... Read More »

Permit To Raze Candlestick Issued, But Without An Implosion

Permit To Raze Candlestick Issued, But Without An Implosion

A permit for the mechanical demolition of Candlestick Park Stadium was issued to Lennar on Tuesday, a permit which would require the exclusive use of heavy machinery, and no explosives, in the demo. While Lennar has also requested a permit to implode the upper decks of the Stadium and... Read More »

Lennar Planning Major Development in The Mission

Lennar Planning Major Development in The Mission

Not to be confused with the modern 40-unit building which has already risen at 1515 15th Street, Lennar Urban has filed a proposal to raze the McMillan Electric building at 1515 South Van Ness Avenue, between 26 th and Cesar Chavez, with plans to construct a 160-unit apartment building on... Read More »

Candlestick Implosion Uncertainty

Candlestick Implosion Uncertainty

Bids for the contract to demolish Candlestick Stadium are due next week.  And having yet to secure permission to implode the stadium, and concerned about how long it will take and what it will cost, bidders are being asked to submit two proposals, one for an implosion of the... Read More »

SF State Planning To Plant Its Flag At Hunters Point

San Francisco State University is planning to “plant (its) flag at Hunters Point” and is seeking a lease for upwards of 60,000 square feet of space within Lennar Urban’s planned Innovation Center to rise at the former Shipyard, according to the San Francisco Business Times. The approved redevelopment plan... Read More »