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Prop B Impact: Two Major S.F. Developments Now At Risk

Prop B Impact: Two Major S.F. Developments Now At Risk

The passage of Proposition B, the Waterfront Height Limit Right to Vote Act, will require voters in San Francisco to approve the development of any building on property that’s currently under the control of the Port of San Francisco and which would exceed the height limits for which the property is currently zoned. The two big Read More »

Measure To Limit Waterfront Building Heights Summarized

The petition for the proposed Waterfront Height Limit Right to Vote Act which would prohibit increasing the existing building height limits for any parcel along 7-1/2 miles of San Francisco’s waterfront unless explicitly approved by the City’s voters is in the process of being circulated. The sponsors of the measure to limit building heights have Read More »

Tweaks To Activate Mission Rock’s Streets And Neighborhood

Tweaks To Activate Mission Rock’s Streets And Neighborhood

As we noted yesterday when we first reported the accelerated timing for the Giants’ proposed Mission Rock development upon their Parking Lot A and adjacent Pier 48, while the development’s 2,300 space parking garage had originally been designed to abut Third Street at the southern edge of the site, a narrow building is now proposed Read More »

Timing For Giants’ Massive Mission Rock Development Moved Up

Timing For Giants’ Massive Mission Rock Development Moved Up

The target timing for the Giants’ massive Mission Rock development has been moved up by a year with work on the first phase, which includes a tower up to 320 feet in height, now slated to commence in 2015. Click the map of the development with building heights and uses to enlarge. Phase 1 of Read More »

The Plans For The Old Firehouse At 1300 Third Street

The Plans For The Old Firehouse At 1300 Third Street

Designed by Frederick Meyer and finished in 1928, Fire Station No. 30 is a two-story steel-frame and masonry building located at 1300 Third Street, between Mission Rock and China Basin Streets with “Madrone” quickly rising behind. The subject building has a concrete foundation, brick masonry walls, cement plaster and case stone trim, and a multi-level Read More »