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Mid-Market Micro Hotel Development at Risk

Mid-Market Micro Hotel Development at Risk

Approved for redevelopment as a 94-room hostel/hotel in 2010, the historic Joseph D. Grant Building at 1095 Market Street was subsequently sold to Synapse Capital. And in 2014, plans to partner with London-based Yotel to build 203 guest “cabins” (a.k.a. micro hotel rooms) within the Mid-Market building at the... Read More »

SF’s LGBTQ History Could Hinder Mid-Market Development

SF’s LGBTQ History Could Hinder Mid-Market Development

From the recently completed Citywide Historic Context Statement for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) History in San Francisco, which was funded by a grant from the City’s Historic Preservation Fund: “When the RedLight Abatement Act shut down the city’s brothels in 1914 and forced the sex trade... Read More »

Massive Mid-Market/Tenderloin Development Slated for Approval

Massive Mid-Market/Tenderloin Development Slated for Approval

While facing an appeal related to its expected environmental impact, Shorenstein’s proposed plans for a 304-unit apartment building to rise up to 12-stories at Jones and Golden Gate Avenue, with a skinny namesake spur at 1066 Market Street, are likely to be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this... Read More »

Refined Designs and Detour for a 13-Story Market Street Project

Refined Designs and Detour for a 13-Story Market Street Project

Plans for a 13-story building to rise at 1028 Market Street, with 186 apartments over four (4) ground-floor restaurant/retail spaces and a basement garage for 42 cars, are pushing forward with refined designs by Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB). But as the Mid-Market development would require the demolition of the... Read More »

Downsized Mid-Market Development Closer to Reality

Downsized Mid-Market Development Closer to Reality

With new plans in hand for a downsized development which will cover half the triangular Mid-Market block bound by Market, Turk and Taylor, while leaving The Warfield and Crazy Horse Theater buildings in place, Group I’s proposal for a 12-story building to rise at 950 Market Street is closer... Read More »

Downsized Mid-Market Development Completely Redesigned

Downsized Mid-Market Development Completely Redesigned

Last year it came to light that Group I’s plans for a modern Mid-Market hotel, residential and retail complex to rise up to 200-feet in height at Market and Turk, as rendered above, had been downsized by 80 feet and that the development’s proposed 75,000-square-foot Center for Arts & Education... Read More »

Massive Mid-Market/Tenderloin Development Closer to Reality

Massive Mid-Market/Tenderloin Development Closer to Reality

Shorenstein Residential’s proposal for a 304-unit building designed by Arquitectonica to rise up to 12-stories at Jones and Golden Gate Avenue, with a skinny twelve-story spur fronting Market Street, is closer to reality, with the 1066 Market Street plans having just received a Preliminary Mitigated Negative Declaration with respect... Read More »

Supervisors Reject Sale of Mid-Market Tower Site

Supervisors Reject Sale of Mid-Market Tower Site

While the sale of the City’s five-story building at 30 Van Ness Avenue, a building which sits upon a parcel which is zoned for development up to 400 feet in height, was authorized for sale by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors with a price of “no less than $87... Read More »

City’s Mid-Market Tower Site to Fetch $7M Less than Authorized

City’s Mid-Market Tower Site to Fetch $7M Less than Authorized

While the sale of the City’s five-story building at 30 Van Ness Avenue, a building which sits upon a parcel which is zoned for development up to 400 feet in height, was authorized for sale by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors with a price of “no less than $87... Read More »

Mint Plaza Price Cuts

Mint Plaza Price Cuts

Having hit the market seven months ago, a number of the 22 condos at 6 Mint Plaza quickly closed escrow as priced.  And this weekend, prices for units in the building were cut up to 9 percent ($101,000) for a $1.15 million two-bedroom and $146,000 (5 percent) for a... Read More »