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Big Development Prevails but Battle Isn’t Over

Big Development Prevails but Battle Isn’t Over

Approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission last year, the 395-unit development designed to rise up to six stories in height at 16th and Mississippi, and up to four stories along 17th Street, in Lower Potrero Hill, with a total of 25,000 square feet of retail space and parking for... Read More »

Ambitious Plans for Excavating and Infilling up in Potrero Hill

Ambitious Plans for Excavating and Infilling up in Potrero Hill

The 125-foot stretch of land between the Potrero Hill homes at 905 and 953 Kansas Street has never before been developed, perhaps because of the large rock outcropping which dominates the site. But said stretch is legally five developable parcels. And as newly envisioned, five modern buildings designed Dawson... Read More »

Plans for Building up on Potrero Hill and Foreshadowing a Fight

Plans for Building up on Potrero Hill and Foreshadowing a Fight

Purchased for $1.25 million last July, plans to raze the little 1,196-square-foot, two-story home at 714 Rhode Island Street, on the north slope of Potrero Hill, are in the works. As proposed a 7,234-square-foot, six-story duplex will rise upon the site: And in terms of projecting who might object... Read More »

Potrero Hill Penthouse Fetches 2014 Price

Potrero Hill Penthouse Fetches 2014 Price

Purchased for $1,635,000 in May of 2014, the two-bedroom Onyx penthouse unit #406 at 415 De Haro Street, in the flats of Potrero Hill, returned to the market listed for $1,735,888 last September, a sale at which would have represented appreciation of 6.2 percent for the well-finished condo over... Read More »

Potrero Hill Penthouse Now Listed at a Loss

Potrero Hill Penthouse Now Listed at a Loss

Purchased for $1,635,000 in May of 2014, the two-bedroom Onyx penthouse unit #406 at 415 De Haro Street, in the flats of Potrero Hill, returned to the market listed for $1,735,888 this past September, a sale at which would have represented total appreciation of 6.2 percent for the well-finished... Read More »

Designs for a 6,800-Square-Foot Duplex Right Here

Designs for a 6,800-Square-Foot Duplex Right Here

Built in 1915, the 1,400-square-foot structure at 1016 De Haro Street was originally a neighborhood grocery store. The building was converted into a two-bedroom Potrero Hill home in the 1940s. And what was likely the store’s stable was turned into a 263-square-foot bathhouse behind. Purchased for $1.17 million in... Read More »

Potrero Hill Dorm Development Rendered and Slated for Review

Potrero Hill Dorm Development Rendered and Slated for Review

As we reported in July: 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... Read More »

Potrero Hill Institution on the Market for $295K

Potrero Hill Institution on the Market for $295K

While “this very popular neighborhood dining destination” has been quietly listed for sale at $295,000 without any mention of its name, address nor any hint of exactly which Potrero Hill restaurant it might be, the sale includes its equipment, liquor license and the S-Corp under which it’s operating. And... Read More »

Refined Designs for Redeveloping This Potrero Hill Warehouse Site

Refined Designs for Redeveloping This Potrero Hill Warehouse Site

As proposed, the Center Hardware warehouse building at the corner of Mariposa and Pennsylvania, at the base of Potrero Hill, will be razed and a modern four-story building designed and newly refined by D-Scheme Studio, with 59 condos over 3,400 square feet of new Production, Distribution, and Repair (PDR)... Read More »

A San Francisco Company’s Plans for a Showplace Home

A San Francisco Company’s Plans for a Showplace Home

Plans to level the Showplace Square industrial building turned dance hall at 1830 17th Street, which was formerly home to the Metronome Dance Collective and Cheryl Burke Dance Studio, are in the works. And as proposed, the top floor of the modern three-story building to rise up to 48-feet... Read More »