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Stirrings for Long-Shuttered Mission District Site

Stirrings for Long-Shuttered Mission District Site

With the redevelopment of Elbo Room moving closer to reality, we turn our attention to the long-shuttered furniture store space next door at 657 Valencia Street. Having sat empty for over a decade, plans to level the fire-damaged building are now actively under review. And as envisioned and theoretically... Read More »

Challenge of Elbo Room Redevelopment Slated to Fail

Challenge of Elbo Room Redevelopment Slated to Fail

The building permits for the proposed three-story addition and residential conversion of the two-story Elbo Room building at 645-647 Valencia Street have been requested and triaged. And the formal challenge filed by the owners of the 3-unit building behind the bar who were seeking to force a major redesign... Read More »

Mission District Parking Lot on the Market Touting Potential

Mission District Parking Lot on the Market Touting Potential

While plans for the Mission District parking lot parcel on the southeast corner of South Van Ness Avenue and 15th Street have yet to be drafted, much less formally proposed or approved by the City, the 7,122-square-foot parcel is now on the market with a $5.95 million price tag... Read More »

The New Old Jerusalem

The New Old Jerusalem

The plans to develop a new six-story building on the Mission District parcel at 2976 Mission Street, plans which would require demolishing the existing two-story building on the site, do not include a replacement space for Old Jerusalem. But fans of the restaurant have no fear, and in fact... Read More »

Another Contemporary Condo in the Mission Now Listed at a Loss

Another Contemporary Condo in the Mission Now Listed at a Loss

The 17 new condos in the contemporary Mission District development at 3500 19th Street hit the market in late 2013 priced at over $1,000 per square foot, including the two-bedroom unit #206 which was priced at $1,879,000 or roughly $1,208 per foot. Subsequently reduced to $1,799,000, a few days... Read More »

Out with the Old Jerusalem, in with a New Development

Out with the Old Jerusalem, in with a New Development

Plans to demolish the two-story building at 2976 Mission Street, which contains two 1900s-era residential units and a commercial space occupied by the Old Jerusalem restaurant, are in the works. And as proposed, a new six-story building would rise up to 64.5 feet in height across the Mission District... Read More »

Plans Have been Drawn for Former Cole Hardware Store Site

Plans Have been Drawn for Former Cole Hardware Store Site

Consumed by a fire last year, plans to develop a contemporary 5-story building upon the former Cole Hardware store site at 3110-3312 Mission Street have been drawn and submitted to Planning for review. As designed by EE Weiss Architects, the proposed development would consist of 8 condos over 6,000... Read More »

Fort Point Beer Company Planning an Outpost in the Mission

Fort Point Beer Company Planning an Outpost in the Mission

Plans to shutter (a portion of) the Timbuk2 warehouse and workshop building at 2394 Folsom Street are in the works. And as proposed, the Mission District trade shop space at Folsom and 20th Streets will be converted into a restaurant to be operated by the Fort Point Beer Company.... Read More »

Mission District Penthouse Now Listed at a Loss

Mission District Penthouse Now Listed at a Loss

Purchased for $2.595 million in July of 2015, the Inner Mission penthouse unit #504 at 3590 20th and Valencia Streets (a.k.a. the “V20” building) returned to the market listed for $2.8 million last year, a sale at which would have represented annual appreciation of 6.3 percent for the 1,811-square-foot,... Read More »

Plans to Convert Parking Lot into an Eating (and Drinking) Place

Plans to Convert Parking Lot into an Eating (and Drinking) Place

Plans to develop a four-story building, with 12 condos over two commercial spaces and a 12-car garage, upon the Cherin’s parking lot parcel on the southeast corner of Valencia and 18th Streets were approved back in 1981 but subsequently abandoned. Last year, Pristine Parking, which leases and operates the... Read More »