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City’s Plan For $327M Mid-Market Building Approved

City’s Plan For $327M Mid-Market Building Approved

San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors has approved the City’s plan to spend an anticipated $326,690,953 to buy the land and build a 463,000 square-foot Mid-Market office building rising up to 258-feet in height along 11th Street, between Mission and Market, on the eastern half of the Goodwill site at the intersection of Mission and South Van Ness Read More »

Franklin And Page Development Plan Dusted Off, Parking Nixed

Franklin And Page Development Plan Dusted Off, Parking Nixed

Originally approved for development in 2010 but never having broken ground, the variance needed for the proposed 8-story development to rise as designed on the current parking lot parcel at 1 Franklin Street has since expired but the plans have been dusted off and the developer, JS Sullivan, will likely be granted a new variance next Read More »

From Carpets To Condos, Offices Or A New Mid-Market Hotel?

From Carpets To Condos, Offices Or A New Mid-Market Hotel?

Zoned for a tower to rise up to 250 feet in height and the development of high-density residential, offices, retail or a hotel, the three corner parcels at the intersection of Otis and 12th Streets, including the two-story A&M Carpets building at 98 12th Street and the three-story building at 14 Otis next door, have just Read More »

Another Mid-Market Tower Site About To Hit The Market

Another Mid-Market Tower Site About To Hit The Market

Zoned for a 400-foot tower to rise on its Mid-Market parcel and large enough to support the development of over 500 units of housing, the City of San Francisco is preparing to sell its 5-story building at 30 Van Ness Avenue, between Market and Fell and across the street from another prominent 400-foot tower that’s Read More »

Even Bigger Plans For Goodwill Site And Mid-Market Tower

Even Bigger Plans For Goodwill Site And Mid-Market Tower

Currently zoned for development up to 320-feet in height, it was big news when Related California agreed to purchase Goodwill Industries’ Mid-Market site at the intersection of Mission and South Van Ness Avenue.  And if Related gets its way, it’s going to be even bigger news as the developer has drafted plans for a building Read More »

City’s Budget For Mid-Market Office Building Jumps To $327 Million

City’s Budget For Mid-Market Office Building Jumps To $327 Million

The proposed budget for the City’s new Mid-Market office building to rise up 17-stories along 11th Street between Mission and Market, on the eastern half of the Goodwill site at the intersection of Mission and South Van Ness Avenue, has jumped by almost 30 percent to $327 million. As we first reported in July, the city Read More »

Refined Designs For Development To Replace Den Of Adult Activities

Refined Designs For Development To Replace Den Of Adult Activities

The designs for the proposed eight-story building to rise on the site of the infamous Market Street Cinema have been refined and the $27 million development is moving forward, catering to the “creative, bike-centric workers filling office buildings in the neighborhood.” As designed by Levy Design Partners for the Encore Housing Opportunity Fund, the development will Read More »

All Star Cafe Doomed, New Architect For Prominent 400-Foot Tower

All Star Cafe Doomed, New Architect For Prominent 400-Foot Tower

A 400-foot tower which was tentatively dubbed “One Van Ness” is still proposed to rise on the northwest corner of Market and Van Ness, but as a plugged-in reader noted last week on our piece about an adjacent project in the works, it’s no longer Richard Meier’s design which will rise on the site. And as John Read More »

Packing ‘Em In At 100 Van Ness, Even More Apartments Proposed

The Emerald Fund is seeking permission to add another 18 apartments to the 399 under construction at 100 Van Ness Avenue, within the old AAA building which has been re-skinned. If approved, the envelope of the building at 100 Van Ness wouldn’t be expanded, but rather the development’s planned storage areas for tenants, including a Read More »

Twitter Won’t Be Expanding Into “1 Tenth”

Twitter Won’t Be Expanding Into “1 Tenth”

The ten-story building at 875 Stevenson Street was constructed as an expansion of the San Francisco Mart and Western Merchandise Exchange building at 1355 Market Street in 1975. Recently re-skinned and redeveloped as part of Shorenstein’s Market Square development, and with plans for a 35-foot skybridge to be built between the upper floors of the Read More »

Groundbreaking For “Market Street Place” Pushed Back

Groundbreaking For “Market Street Place” Pushed Back

With its September start date having come and gone and still no movement on the Mid-Market site, Cypress Equities is now targeting November 12 as the date they’ll officially break ground on the 250,000-square-foot retail center known as “Market Street Place,” along Market between Fifth and Sixth Streets. And according to the Business Times, Cypress is Read More »

Ten-Story Mid-Market Hotel Planned For Kaplan’s Store Site

Ten-Story Mid-Market Hotel Planned For Kaplan’s Store Site

Stanton Architecture, the architects behind the renovation of the Hotel Zetta and the fifteen-story Hampton Inn rising at 942 Mission Street, is working on designs for a ten-story hotel to rise at 1055 Market Street, between Sixth and Seventh, the site of the former Kaplan’s army/navy store and Burners’ paradise which closed after a 75-year 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 for autos have been reviewed by Read More »

The Renoir Hotel’s Storied History

The Renoir Hotel’s Storied History

A plugged-in reader and former employee of the Renoir Hotel provides a fantastic breakdown of the Mid-Market building’s storied history and transformation over time: The origins of the Renoir Hotel go actually back to the years 1900-1904 when famous San Francisco architect Albert Pissis designed and built the Callaghan Building – originally a six story Read More »

Historic Renoir Hotel Catches Fire Amid $30M Renovation

Historic Renoir Hotel Catches Fire Amid $30M Renovation

Built in 1909 and slated to re-open later this year as a hip four-star hotel, the historic Renoir Hotel building at 45 McAllister Street caught fire this afternoon and reached a four-alarm-level blaze before the fire was contained. Early reports of welding work having started the blaze haven’t changed, but the fire appears to have Read More »