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Potrero Hill Dorm Development Closer to Reality

Potrero Hill Dorm Development Closer to Reality

Plans to levels the one-story warehouse building on the northeast corner of Arkansas and 17th Streets and develop a four-story dorm for students enrolled at the California College of the Arts on the Lower Potrero Hill site are closer to reality, with San Francisco’s Planning Department having just granted... Read More »

Development Deja Vu on Potrero Hill

Development Deja Vu on Potrero Hill

Speaking of Potrero Hill parcels which are approved for development but are on the market rather than preparing to break ground, the 1000 Mississippi Street site, which sits just below the massive public housing site to be redeveloped on the southeastern slope of Potrero Hill, is now being marketed... Read More »

Potrero Hill Site Approved for Big Development Now in Play

Potrero Hill Site Approved for Big Development Now in Play

While approved for the development of a 172-unit building with parking for 111 cars and 6,900 square feet of ground-floor retail space last month, the Potrero Hill parcel at 1301 16th Street is now on the market rather than preparing to break ground. And according to the City’s tracking system,... Read More »

One Day on the Market at $3.55M in Potrero Hill

One Day on the Market at $3.55M in Potrero Hill

Listed for $3.8 million in February, the asking price for the newly renovated two-unit building now being marketed as 838 Rhode Island Street (with the legal studio on the ground level “perfect…for hosting back yard BBQ’s” or “a home theatre, office or retreat”) was reduced to $3.61 million in April.... Read More »

Let There Be Light (and New Condos) on Potrero Hill

Let There Be Light (and New Condos) on Potrero Hill

Speaking of churches, condos and seeing the light, the proposed development to rise up to 40-feet in height at 540 De Haro Street, across the street from the Anchor Steam Brewery and adjacent to the Saint Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church, has been slightly redesigned and will try again... Read More »

New Plans for a Prized Potrero Hill Hardware Store and Site

New Plans for a Prized Potrero Hill Hardware Store and Site

For the past 30 years, Center Hardware has been located in the warehouse building at 249 Pennsylvania/999 Mariposa, sitting on a parcel which abuts I-280 to the east and Pennsylvania Garden to the south at the base of Potrero Hill. Center Hardware’s lease is about to expire. And as... Read More »

Boosters’ Appeal of Potrero Development Denied

Boosters’ Appeal of Potrero Development Denied

The Potrero Boosters Neighborhood Association has lost its appeal of Martin Building Company’s approved development of 127 apartments and a Del Popolo pizzeria at 88 Arkansas and 17th Street, across from Jackson Park in Lower Potrero Hill. Approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission in a fast-tracked hearing earlier this... Read More »

A Failed Dreambuilders Flip Returns

A Failed Dreambuilders Flip Returns

Purchased for $1.3 million in 2013 and permitted for a major remodel and expansion by “SS Dreambuilders LLC” (no relation to SocketSite) in 2014, the Potrero Hill home at 837 Wisconsin Street was foreclosed upon and sold for $1,945,375 on the courthouse steps in 2015, a discount of roughly... Read More »

Contemporary Potrero Hill Pad Gained 5% over the Past Year

Contemporary Potrero Hill Pad Gained 5% over the Past Year

Purchased for $1,400,000 in March 2015, the contemporary three-bedroom Potrero Hill condo #B at 2130 24th Street returned to the market seven weeks ago listed for $1,395,000. This past Friday, the sale of the 1,535 square foot condo closed escrow with a reported contract price of $1,475,000 or $961... Read More »

Boosters put Potrero Development and Del Popolo at Risk

Boosters put Potrero Development and Del Popolo at Risk

While Martin Building Company’s proposed development of 127 apartments and a Del Popolo pizzeria at 88 Arkansas and 17th Street, across from Jackson Park in Lower Potrero Hill, was approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission in a fast-tracked hearing last month, the Potrero Boosters Neighborhood Association has filed an appeal.... Read More »