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That Designer Penthouse on Berry Is Back at $3.2 Million

That Designer Penthouse on Berry Is Back at $3.2 Million

Purchased for $2.35 million after we featured it in 2008, the designer remodeled two-bedroom penthouse #708 atop 255 Berry, which features a wood-paneled ceiling, walls and wide plank floors, returned to the market in the year of the Black Water Dragon (2012) listed for $2.6888 million. Also offered for... Read More »

Refined Designs and Timing for Uber’s New HQ and Open Space

Refined Designs and Timing for Uber’s New HQ and Open Space

With the anticipated groundbreaking having been pushed back, SHoP Architects has refined the designs for Uber’s two worldwide headquarters buildings to rise up to eleven stories in Mission Bay, upon the former Salesforce parcels at 1455 and 1515 Third Street, adjacent to the Golden State Warriors arena and event... Read More »

Timeline for Resolving Warriors Arena Lawsuit to Be Challenged

Timeline for Resolving Warriors Arena Lawsuit to Be Challenged

Having been certified as an Environmental Leadership Development Project by Governor Brown, Assembly Bill (AB) 900 requires that the CEQA-based challenge of the Golden State Warriors proposed Mission Bay Arena be resolved within 270 days of its certification which occurred on December 14, 2015. But AB 900 also outlines... Read More »

Judge Rules against Warriors in Bid to Move Arena Lawsuit

Judge Rules against Warriors in Bid to Move Arena Lawsuit

An Alameda Superior Court judge has denied the motions filed by the Golden State Warriors and UCSF Chancellor Sam Hawgood which sought to transfer the venue of a lawsuit filed by the Mission Bay Alliance, which contends that UCSF illegally signed an agreement with the Golden State Warriors to... Read More »

Warriors Plan to Break Ground on New Arena in Early 2017

Warriors Plan to Break Ground on New Arena in Early 2017

While a couple of lawsuits aimed at derailing the Golden State Warriors’ plans for building a new 18,000 seat arena, entertainment center and office development in San Francisco’s Mission Bay have yet to be resolved, the Warriors have scheduled a project “tip off” meeting for potential subcontractors in early... Read More »

The Options for Redeveloping SF’s Railyard, Tracks and I-280’s End

The Options for Redeveloping SF’s Railyard, Tracks and I-280’s End

The City of San Francisco has narrowed the potential options for connecting Caltrain and High Speed Rail to the Transbay Center and potentially across to the East Bay, redeveloping the 20-acre Caltrain Depot at 4th and King Streets, and tearing down the northern terminus of I-280 in San Francisco. The... Read More »

Mission Bay Alliance Drops the M-Bomb

Mission Bay Alliance Drops the M-Bomb

The western front in the fight over the Golden State Warriors proposed Mission Bay arena, the naming rights for which have already been allocated to JPMorgan Chase, will see some action this evening as San Francisco’s Board of Appeals is scheduled to hear a comprehensive challenge of the required... Read More »

Housing for Homeless Vets and Low-Income Families in Mission Bay

Housing for Homeless Vets and Low-Income Families in Mission Bay

The pre-construction planning for a five-story building with 101 below-market-rate apartments for formerly homeless veterans and low-income families to rise at 1150 Third Street, on the eastern half of Mission Bay Block 3, which fronts Third Street between Mission Rock and Long Bridge, is underway. The $47 million project,... Read More »

Appeal of Transit Impact Fee for Mission Bay Development Denied

Appeal of Transit Impact Fee for Mission Bay Development Denied

Kilroy Realty’s appeal of the $6.4 million Transit Impact Development Fee (TIDF) which the City has imposed on the 680,000-square-foot Exchange on Sixteenth Street project was denied by San Francisco’s Board of Appeals last night in a 3-2 vote, but a rehearing could be requested. Kilroy’s 3.1-acre development, which... Read More »

Warriors Arena Dubbed Chase Center and Now Too Big to Fail?

Warriors Arena Dubbed Chase Center and Now Too Big to Fail?

While the target opening date has been moved back to 2019 and a pair of lawsuits remain unresolved, the Golden State Warriors have sold the naming-rights for their proposed Mission Bay Arena to JPMorgan Chase which plans to dub the arena Chase Center. And while the pre-construction deal “should... Read More »