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Conceptual Designs For The Missing 400-Foot Mid-Market Tower

Conceptual Designs For The Missing 400-Foot Mid-Market Tower

As a number of readers quickly noted, the contextual renderings for the proposed Mid-Market tower to rise up to 450-feet at 30 Otis omitted a massing for the 400-foot tower that’s expected to rise at 30 Van Ness Avenue, the corner parcel which the City is in the process... Read More »

Plans For 250-Foot Tower And Designs For 200 Feet More

Plans For 250-Foot Tower And Designs For 200 Feet More

The preliminary plans for the corner parcels at the intersection of Otis, South Van Ness and 12th Street, which we first reported were on the market last year and zoned for development up to 250-feet in height, have been submitted to the city with designs for a tower rising... Read More »

30 Van Ness Sale Authorized, 600 Units Expected To Rise

30 Van Ness Sale Authorized, 600 Units Expected To Rise

Speaking of underutilized city property, the sale of the five-story building at 30 Van Ness Avenue which sits on a Mid-Market parcel zoned for development up to 400 feet in height has been authorized by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors with a price of no less than $87 million.... Read More »

From An L.A. Pool House To Mid-Market Art

From An L.A. Pool House To Mid-Market Art

Originally conceived and drawn on a pool house in Los Angeles thirteen years ago, Wall Drawing #1012 by artist Sol Lewitt will be adapted and installed at the corner of 10th and Jessie Streets to fulfill the 1% for Public Art requirement for the new fifteen-story building at 1400... Read More »

A Peek At The Sky-Bridge To Connect Twitter’s Staff

A Peek At The Sky-Bridge To Connect Twitter’s Staff

While Twitter is grabbing headlines for the pending departure of CEO Dick Costolo, and Shorenstein is quietly shopping the two Mid-Market buildings in which Twitter is headquartered, we gaze upward at the first renderings for the proposed sky-bridge which would physically connect the Market Square buildings and Twitter’s staff.... Read More »

Modern Mid-Market Development Aiming For 2017 Opening

Modern Mid-Market Development Aiming For 2017 Opening

Trumark Urban’s proposed 12-story building to rise at 1554 Market Street, between Franklin and Van Ness, with 109 condos over three ground-floor retail spaces and an underground garage for 28 cars, is slated to be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission at the end of the month (June 25).... Read More »

The Double Tower Scheme For The San Francisco Honda Site

The Double Tower Scheme For The San Francisco Honda Site

A proposal for two 40-story towers to rise over a 12-story podium building on the southwest corner of Market and Van Ness, the current San Francisco Honda site which is across the street from the proposed One Oak tower, cater-corner to the 30 Van Ness site, and across the... Read More »

Bids For Mid-Market Tower Site Due In Two Weeks

Bids For Mid-Market Tower Site Due In Two Weeks

Bids to buy 30 Van Ness Avenue, the five-story building which is owned and occupied by the City and sits on a Mid-Market parcel zoned for development up to 400 feet in height, and is large enough to support the development of over 500 units of housing, are due on... Read More »

Battle Over Mid-Market Building And Tenant Evictions Take Two

Battle Over Mid-Market Building And Tenant Evictions Take Two

Illegally converted to “live-work” spaces over a decade ago, back when Mid-Market was a lot less desirable, San Francisco’s Department of Building Inspection issued a notice to the owners of the seven-story Sterling Building at 1049 Market Street to either legalize the units or clear the building of residential... Read More »

New Designs For Market-Rate Tenderloin High-Rise

New Designs For Market-Rate Tenderloin High-Rise

While the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation has downsized their plans for an affordable development at Eddy and Taylor, the developers of the proposed market-rate building to rise up to 12-stories on either side of the Metropolis Hotel at the corner of Mason and Turk have increased the density of their... Read More »