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Infilling Western SoMa

Infilling Western SoMa

Plans to level the two-story Auto Trust Services building at 255 Shipley Street have been drafted. And as proposed, a modern four-story building designed by Natoma Architects will rise across the Western SoMa site with 24 condos and parking for six cars. The development would stretch from Shipley to... Read More »

Neighborhood Farm vs School

Neighborhood Farm vs School

Purchased for $1.295 million in early 2014, the 203 Cotter Street parcel extends nearly 500 feet back through the middle of its Mission Terrace block and has been home to Little City Gardens, the only commercial farm within the city limits of San Francisco, since 2010. The buyer of... Read More »

Plans to Raze the Purple Building Closer to Reality

Plans to Raze the Purple Building Closer to Reality

Plans to raze the purple building at 340 11th Street, a former metal shop in the middle of San Francisco’s 11th Street Club Corridor, and construct a modern four-story building on its lot, have just been granted an exception from having to complete a lengthy environmental review. As designed... Read More »

Tenderloin Rising: 28 New Condos and Coffee Closer to Reality

Tenderloin Rising: 28 New Condos and Coffee Closer to Reality

The unit count has been reduced from 34 to 28, the proposed off-street parking spaces have been eliminated (except for 28 bikes), and the ground floor retail space is now envisioned as a 450 square foot coffee shop. And in three weeks time, the plans for a modern eight-story... Read More »

Plans for Golden Gate Avenue Project Move Forward, Retail Added

Plans for Golden Gate Avenue Project Move Forward, Retail Added

Plans to raze the former Stars/Trader Vic’s/Maestro building turned Empire Room at 555 Golden Gate Avenue and construct an eleven-story building on the site are moving forward. As proposed by JS Sullivan, the revised plan for the building, which is being designed by Natoma Architects, now includes 58 condos,... Read More »

From Nondescript To A Little Less Discreet, At Least For Now

From Nondescript To A Little Less Discreet, At Least For Now

The old Vortex Room was tucked away in a nondescript building without any signs and barely an address at 1082 Howard Street. But the proposed nine-story building to rise on the site, with eight full-floor condos designed by Natoma Architects, would be a little less discreet and easier to... Read More »

Designs For A Modern Central Waterfront Plaza

Designs For A Modern Central Waterfront Plaza

As with the new PG&E substation on Folsom, the Central Waterfront substation which will rise 30-feet in height along 23rd Street at Illinois will be set back 30 feet from the sidewalk in order to accommodate a new public plaza designed by Stanley Saitowitz/Natoma Architects. In a nod to... Read More »

Designs For A Modern Folsom Street Plaza

Designs For A Modern Folsom Street Plaza

A compact new PG&E substation addition will rise 30-feet in height adjacent to the much larger one at the corner of Folsom and Fremont which will remain in place. The new building will be set back 30 feet from the sidewalk, with a concrete façade designed by Stanley Saitowitz/Natoma... Read More »

From Sausages To Condos On Mission As Proposed

From Sausages To Condos On Mission As Proposed

Speaking of Mission District developments pushing forward, the official application to raze the former Schwarz/Home/Engelhart sausage outlet at 1726 Mission Street and construct a modern six-story building across the site has been submitted to Planning. As designed by Natoma Architects for Sustainable Living LLC, the project sponsor, the development... Read More »

A Conceptual Modern Design With A Contextual Inner Court

At this point, both the development and design are conceptual, with no plans having been filed nor permissions sought.  But as Buzz Buzz Home discovers, Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects has developed a speculative design for a mixed-use building to rise along Van Ness, between Grove and Ivy. The concept... Read More »