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Another 4,000 Units Added to San Francisco’s Housing Pipeline

Another 4,000 Units Added to San Francisco’s Housing Pipeline

Following our housing pipeline report for San Francisco last week, the Planning Department updated their dataset to include all activity through the end of September, pushing the total number of housing units under construction in the city up from 8,100 to 8,900 and the total pipeline of development up... Read More »

The 55,000 Units in San Francisco’s Housing Pipeline

The 55,000 Units in San Francisco’s Housing Pipeline

According to our latest survey of the Planning Department’s data, the number of (net-new) housing units under construction in San Francisco remains around 8,100 with building permits for another 5,500 units issued, approved or in the works. There are another 28,300 units of housing in projects that have been... Read More »

55,000 Units Of Housing In San Francisco’s Development Pipeline

55,000 Units Of Housing In San Francisco’s Development Pipeline

According to our survey of the Planning Department’s data, there are roughly 8,100 net-new units of housing currently under construction in San Francisco and 5,600 units for which the building permits have been issued, approved or requested and construction could soon begin. Another 28,300 units of housing have been... Read More »

The Varied Designs And Architects For Parkmerced 2.0

The Varied Designs And Architects For Parkmerced 2.0

While the master plan for the massive redevelopment of Parkmerced was developed by SOM, the development team has engaged five firms to design a variety of buildings for the first two subphases of the project, the ground for which is slated to be broken in February. The five firms,... Read More »

Massive Parkmerced Project Slated To Break Ground

Massive Parkmerced Project Slated To Break Ground

The massive redevelopment plan for Parkmerced includes 5,679 net new units of housing, for a neighborhood total of 8,900; a network of new neighborhood parks, athletic fields, greenways and an organic farm; new underground garages on the west side of the site to discourage casual car usage by residents concentrated in... Read More »

Parkmerced Redevelopment Plan Prevails

Parkmerced Redevelopment Plan Prevails

Approved by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors by the narrowest of margins three years ago, the redevelopment plan for Parkmerced – which includes the construction of nearly 5,700 net new residences in the southwestern neighborhood – has been tied up in a legal battle since 2011. Last week, California’s 1st District... Read More »

San Francisco’s Total Housing Inventory And Pipeline Report

San Francisco’s Total Housing Inventory And Pipeline Report

The Planning Commission will get their first peek at the Planning Department’s latest Housing Inventory report this afternoon, you get it this morning. With 372,831 total housing units in San Francisco, a third of which are single-family homes and only a quarter of which are in buildings with over... Read More »

Parkmerced Redevelopment Plan Passed In 6-5 Vote

In an emotional meeting, the redevelopment plan for Parkmerced was approved by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors last night in a 6-5 vote with supervisors Avalos, Campos, Mar, Mirkarimi and Kim opposing. Read More »

Parkmerced Poised For Board Vote And 5,700 New Residences

Parkmerced Poised For Board Vote And 5,700 New Residences

In a special session this morning, San Francisco’s Land Use and Economic Development Committee is expected to back the Development Agreement and a host of related ordinances for the proposed redevelopment of Parkmerced which will then be presented to San Francisco’s full Board of Supervisors this afternoon for adoption... Read More »

Parkmerced’s Proposed Urban Design, Open Space, And Sustainability

Parkmerced’s Proposed Urban Design, Open Space, And Sustainability

In addition to 5,679 net new residences over the next two to three decades, the proposed redevelopment plan for Parkmerced includes the “the addition of new neighborhood serving retail and office space, new and re-configured public open spaces including neighborhood parks, pedestrian and bike paths, athletic fields, a new... Read More »