Articles Recently Tagged: Living Alleys

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Housing Proposed For Showplace Site Where OSH Was Denied

Housing Proposed For Showplace Site Where OSH Was Denied

Despite the Planning Department’s support for the project two years ago, San Francisco’s Planning Commission denied Orchard Supply Hardware’s bid to convert the Pacific Sales building at 975 Bryant Street into a 33,000 square foot OSH with a nursery on the roof, raising a number of questions as to... Read More »

Designs For Transforming San Francisco’s Alleys

Designs For Transforming San Francisco’s Alleys

Two years in the making, the Living Alleys Toolkit establishes the framework, strategies and processes for creating a network of plazas, gardens, and active public spaces in traffic calmed alleyways throughout the Market-Octavia Plan Area.  And it’s a toolkit which can be applied to other areas of the city... Read More »

Plans For 200 Mid-Mission Apartments, And Perhaps A Living Alley

Plans For 200 Mid-Mission Apartments, And Perhaps A Living Alley

Currently zoned for development up to 120 feet in height, plans to raze the 1,200 square foot SF Pizza Café and parking lot at 1270 Mission Street and construct a 13-story apartment building with 199 residential units over 3,300 square feet of ground floor retail and 101 parking spaces... Read More »

Designs For A Network Of Living Alleys

Designs For A Network Of Living Alleys

San Francisco’s Market and Octavia Area Plan includes the development of a network of “Living Alleys,” with corner plazas, community gardens, and little public spaces, aiming to create “traffic calmed environments that contrast the heavy traffic on the surrounding arterial streets” and “a common front yard for public use... Read More »

Land Grab On Linden?

Land Grab On Linden?

Four years ago Loring Sagan (Sagan Piechota Architecture and Build Inc.) and David Winslow (Winslow Architecture & Urban Design) who both have offices on Linden were awarded a challenge grant of $100,000 by the City of San Francisco for a master plan to make Linden Street more pedestrian friendly.... Read More »