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Seven Stories And Seventy-Two New Condos In The Mission

Seven Stories And Seventy-Two New Condos In The Mission

The plans for a seven-story building with 72 condos to rise on the northwest corner of 16th Street and South Van Ness Avenue over in the Mission could be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission next week. As designed by Forum Design for JCN Development, then 490 South Van Ness Avenue project includes a 1,100 square Read More »

Designs For More Condos In The Mission, And One Less Garage

Designs For More Condos In The Mission, And One Less Garage

Plans to demolish the All Muffler auto shop and construct a five-story building with 16 condos over a garage for 8 cars and a ground floor retail space on the corner of 18th and San Carlos are close to becoming a reality. As designed by Sternberg Benjamin Architects, the 3420 18th Street development would reach Read More »

Airbnb By The Numbers In San Francisco

Airbnb By The Numbers In San Francisco

Based on data scraped from Airbnb’s site rather than the service itself, the analysis isn’t perfect and the article doesn’t fully live up to its headline, but the Chronicle’s “Window into Airbnb’s hidden impact on S.F.” piece does provide some interesting nuggets and numbers with respect to Airbnb’s business and growth in San Francisco: Number Read More »

Condos To Rise On 16th Street In Record Setting Deal

Condos To Rise On 16th Street In Record Setting Deal

MX3 Ventures has paid $8.7 million for the two-story Superior Automotive shop at 3150 16th Street between Valencia and Guerrero in the Mission and has hired BAR Architects to design a five-story building with up to 25 condos and 8,000 square feet of retail to rise on the site. As reported by J.K. Dineen, the transaction Read More »

Three Years Later And Asking $1M More In The Mission

Three Years Later And Asking $1M More In The Mission

Built in 2007 with reclaimed olive oil barrels used for siding, hardwood floors from reclaimed mine timbers, and bathrooms with Zuma tubs and Duravit sinks, the 1,880-square-foot unit # D atop 3280 22nd Street was listed for $1,399,000 that July and sold for $1,450,000. Three years later, the three-bedroom returned to the market listed for Read More »

Google Rumor Put To Rest As Chocolatiers Buy Mission Building

Google Rumor Put To Rest As Chocolatiers Buy Mission Building

Remember that Financial Times report that Google had quietly taken over an industrial building at 16th and Alabama and was planning to use the space to house a collection of recently aquired start-ups in the Mission? A report that was widely re-reported but which we quickly debunked?  Well, unless Google recently acquired Dandelion Chocolate (which they haven’t), it’s time to put that Financial Times’ mis-report to rest. Last Read More »

Union Square Art Gallery Owner Moving Into The Mission

Union Square Art Gallery Owner Moving Into The Mission

Rowland Weinstein, owner of the Weinstein Gallery on Union Square, has closed escrow on his purchase of the 13,500 square foot building at 2548 Mission Street which is adjacent to the New Mission theater, the 114-unit Vida development, and Foreign Cinema. While the exterior of the building looks rough, the interior has already been partially renovated Read More »

Calle 24: San Francisco’s Latino Cultural District

Calle 24: San Francisco’s Latino Cultural District

Unanimously approved by San Francisco’s Land Use and Economic Development Committee yesterday, the resolution to designate the area around the Mission’s 24th Street commercial corridor as the Calle 24 (“Veinticuatro”) Latino Cultural District is slated to be adopted by San Francisco’s full Board of Supervisors this afternoon. The designation of the area which is bound by Mission, Read More »

An Invitation To Judge (And Peek Inside)

An Invitation To Judge (And Peek Inside)

The three-unit Inner Mission Edwardian on the corner Bartlett and 24th Streets has been renovated from top to bottom in a contemporary aesthetic while maintain its 1900’s façade. On the market as three Tenancy in Common (TIC) units with the top floor “in contract,” the 1,656 square foot middle unit (3352 24th Street) has been priced Read More »

Major Mission Development In The Works, Nearly 300 Units Proposed

Major Mission Development In The Works, Nearly 300 Units Proposed

A plan to raze the majority of an entire Mission District block and construct nearly 300 rental units fronting Bryant, 18th, and Florida Streets has been drafted and submitted to San Francisco’s Planning Department for review. The proposed development would level the existing 2000-2070 Bryant Street buildings – including the former CELLSpace turned Inner Mission Read More »

More Mass In The Mission: Designs For 20 Modern Condos On 24th

More Mass In The Mission: Designs For 20 Modern Condos On 24th

A plan to raze La Parrilla Grill’s two-story Mission District building on the southeast corner of Folsom and 24th Streets and construct a five-story building designed by Natoma Architects with 20 modern condos over 2,800 square feet of new ground floor commercial space has been submitted to Planning for review. As proposed, a central courtyard Read More »

Plans To Convert Mission Armory From Porn Studio To Office Use

Plans To Convert Mission Armory From Porn Studio To Office Use

Peter Acworth has quietly drafted plans to convert Kink.com’s Armory building at Mission and 14th Streets from fetish porn studio to “traditional office use,” with the 39,000 square foot Drill Court proposed for “spectator sports, arts, or nighttime entertainment.” If approved, the conversion would yield over 140,000 square feet of office space, including 67,000 square Read More »

Ironic Or Not: Designs For Condos Cater-Corner To Protest Site

Ironic Or Not: Designs For Condos Cater-Corner To Protest Site

Plans to raze the existing Unocal 76 Station on the northwest corner of Valencia and 24th Streets and construct a six-story condo building on the parcel have been drafted by Ian Birchall and Associates and submitted to Planning for their consideration and comments. Zoned for development up to 55 feet in height, the plans for Read More »

Google Is NOT Moving Into The Mission, At Least Not Yet

While the Financial Times has reported that Google is taking over the industrial space at 16th and Alabama in the Mission, a story which has been picked-up and republished by numerous other publications including ourselves, we have just confirmed that Google has not signed a lease nor purchased the building. In fact, the building at Read More »

Google Is Moving Into The Mission

Google Is Moving Into The Mission

It’s a relatively small move in terms of space but perhaps not significance as Google is taking over the 35,000 square foot former printworks building and property at 16th and Alabama in the Mission, “part of an effort to recruit engineers who do not want to work in its vast Silicon Valley headquarters,” according to Read More »