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Plans for a Less Classy Mission District Development in Play

Plans for a Less Classy Mission District Development in Play

Having already been redesigned to look less upscale, the façade of the approved seven story development to rise up to 79 feet in height upon the former auto body shop site at 1924 Mission Street has been redesigned anew, “to reflect a more traditional design…in keeping with the character... Read More »

Modernized Inner Mission Home Fetches its Early 2015 Price

Modernized Inner Mission Home Fetches its Early 2015 Price

As we wrote early last month prior to knowing the outcome: “Having been taken “down to the studs and masterfully redesigned,” with four (or five) bedrooms, three full bathrooms, an open chef’s kitchen and great room, and a penthouse media room with a wet bar and wrap around roof... Read More »

The Plans for 48 BMR Condos to Rise above This Derelict Building

The Plans for 48 BMR Condos to Rise above This Derelict Building

The formal plans to add six stories and 48 below market rate (BMR) condos atop the dilapidated two-story commercial building on the southeast corner of Mission and 18th Streets have been drafted by Gelfand Partners Architects for the Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) which managed to acquire the Mission... Read More »

Million Dollar Cut for Approved Development in the Mission

Million Dollar Cut for Approved Development in the Mission

Speaking of approved projects in San Francisco’s housing pipeline which have yet to break ground, the asking price for the Mission District parcel on the southeast corner of 16th and Florida Streets – upon which a modern seven-story building with 53 condos averaging 688 square feet apiece; 1,600 square... Read More »

The Hotelless Plans for the San Francisco Armory

The Hotelless Plans for the San Francisco Armory

While the developer who recently paid $65 million for the landmark San Francisco Armory in the Mission has ties to the Soho House chain of private clubs and hotels, the zoning of the parcel upon which the Armory sits (Urban Mixed Use) would have to be changed to allow... Read More »

Plans to Raze Mission District Garage for Housing and Retail to Rise

Plans to Raze Mission District Garage for Housing and Retail to Rise

Plans to level the Mission District garage at 1721 15th Street, between Little Star Pizza and The Monastery, are in the works. And as proposed, a five-story building, with twenty-four (24) residential units over 2,700 square feet of retail space, will rise up to 55 feet in height upon... Read More »

Mission District Institution on the Market

Mission District Institution on the Market

Founded by Gabriel Maldonado in 1951, back when the Mission District was primarily an Irish and Italian working-class neighborhood, La Victoria Bakery was the first Latino-owned business on the 24th Street corridor. The panaderia moved across the street to its current location at 2937 24th Street, a corner building... Read More »

Modern SRO Units in the Mission Closer to Reality Sans Toilet Sinks

Modern SRO Units in the Mission Closer to Reality Sans Toilet Sinks

Plans to redevelop the used car lot on the northwest corner of South Van Ness Avenue and 15th Street have been refined and are now closer to reality in the Mission. As we first reported back in 2016, the proposed development could rise up to eight (8) stories in... Read More »

Mercedes of SF Planning Big Development in the Mission

Mercedes of SF Planning Big Development in the Mission

Plans to level the three Bartfeld Sales Co. warehouse buildings which stretch from 114 to 150 14th Street, as well as two adjacent industrial buildings on Erie (numbers 55 and 73), are in the works on the northern edge of the Mission across from the Foods Co. And as... Read More »

Developer Pays $65 Million for the Armory in SF

Developer Pays $65 Million for the Armory in SF

A developer with ties to the Soho House chain of private clubs and hotels has paid a reported $65 million for the landmark San Francisco Armory at 1800 Mission Street in the Mission which had been home to Kink.com. Peter Acworth, the founder of Kink, purchased the century-old armory... Read More »