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North Waterfront Condo Fetches its 2014 Price

North Waterfront Condo Fetches its 2014 Price

Built as a two-bedroom but since converted into a 1,509-square-foot one-bedroom with a den/nursery/master suite and Bay Bridge views at the base of Telegraph Hill, unit #314E in the classic building at 101 Lombard Street was purchased for $1,398,000 in May of 2014. The corner unit returned to the... Read More »

Waylaid Waterfront Hotel and Theater Development Closer to Reality

Waylaid Waterfront Hotel and Theater Development Closer to Reality

Having previously been redesigned to be more in character with the existing architecture of the city’s Northeast Waterfront Landmark District, the plans for Teatro ZinZanni’s proposed hotel and theater development to rise up to four stories in height along the Embarcadero, on the 250-space parking lot owned by the... Read More »

Teatro ZinZanni’s Waterfront Development Plan Refined

Teatro ZinZanni’s Waterfront Development Plan Refined

While the issue of whether Teatro ZinZanni’s proposed 180-room hotel and theater development to rise up to four stories in height along the Embarcadero, between Broadway and Vallejo, will be allowed to block the Vallejo Street right-of-way and view corridor has yet to be formally resolved, the design for... Read More »

Contentious Affordable Housing Site Awarded to Developers

Contentious Affordable Housing Site Awarded to Developers

Identified by the Port of San Francisco as “the greatest affordable housing development opportunity among the Port’s seawall lots in the northeastern waterfront,” but having faced neighborhood pushback over just how affordable the development should be, the City has awarded the development rights for the half-block parcel on the... Read More »

Port to Conference behind Closed Doors Re: Teatro ZinZanni

Port to Conference behind Closed Doors Re: Teatro ZinZanni

Facing some pushback from Planning over Teatro ZinZanni’s proposed placement of their historic Spiegeltent between the Port of San Francisco’s Seawall Lots 323 and 324, positioned atop the Vallejo Street right-of-way between Embarcadero and Davis in such a way that it would block the view corridor towards the waterfront,... Read More »

Planning Pans Teatro ZinZanni’s Waterfront Plan

Planning Pans Teatro ZinZanni’s Waterfront Plan

While San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors has granted Teatro ZinZanni and its financial partner, Kenwood Investments, the exclusive right to negotiate with the Port of San Francisco to develop Seawall Lots 323 and 324, two current parking lot parcels which front the Embarcadero between Broadway and Green, the Planning... Read More »

Rarely Available Condo Listed for the Third Time in Two Years

Rarely Available Condo Listed for the Third Time in Two Years

Having sold for $1.4 million in October of 2014, the 1,700 square-foot condo #812W at 101 Lombard Street, which features a private terrace, high ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace and deeded parking, returned to the market five weeks later listed as a “rarely available” unit for $1,499,000 and re-sold for... Read More »

City Preparing RFP For Contentious Affordable Development

City Preparing RFP For Contentious Affordable Development

Identified by the Port of San Francisco as “the greatest affordable housing development opportunity among the Port’s seawall lots in the northeastern waterfront,” the Mayor’s Office of Housing has been working on plans for 115 units of affordable housing to rise up to 65-feet in height on Seawall Lot... Read More »

Setting The Stage For Teatro ZinZanni’s Return (And A New Hotel)

Setting The Stage For Teatro ZinZanni’s Return (And A New Hotel)

The resolution which would set the stage, or rather the tent, for Teatro ZinZanni’s return to San Francisco’s waterfront, with a new dinner-theater and 200-room hotel along The Embarcadero at Vallejo Street, is slated to be adopted by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors this afternoon. As proposed and widely... Read More »

SFMTA Reverses Course On Kirkland Yard Redevelopment

SFMTA Reverses Course On Kirkland Yard Redevelopment

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) has operated the Kirkland Yard bus depot on Beach Street between Powell and Stockton for over sixty years. The 2.6 acre Fisherman’s Wharf adjacent parcel was once part of San Francisco Bay before it was filled in 1886 and was privately owned... Read More »