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Chocolatier Planning Mission District Addition with a Rooftop Pool

Chocolatier Planning Mission District Addition with a Rooftop Pool

Dandelion Chocolates is planning to build a new four-story building behind their Mission District factory at 298 Alabama Street. And the proposed plans include a new rooftop pool, but not in a Willy Wonka kind of way. In addition to 14,000 square feet of new Production, Distribution and Repair... 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 »

Ciao Giannini’s (and 35 New Condos in Dogpatch as Proposed)

Ciao Giannini’s (and 35 New Condos in Dogpatch as Proposed)

While in the very early stages of development, plans to raze the Giannini’s Auto Body shop building at 625 Mariposa Street, across the street the new Benioff Children’s Hospital and a (healthy) stone’s throw from the recently opened Mariposa Park, have been drafted. And as proposed, a five-story building... Read More »

Revised Designs for Transforming Potrero’s East Slope

Revised Designs for Transforming Potrero’s East Slope

As a condition of its approval last December, the design of the proposed 251-unit market rate development to transform Potrero Hill’s East Slope known as 1395 22nd Street was to be revised, “to better address the topography of the surrounding neighborhood,” both at present and as relatively soon to... Read More »

Seven-Story Mission District Development Slated for Approval

Seven-Story Mission District Development Slated for Approval

With an exemption from having to complete a lengthy environmental review in hand, and the paperwork for a permit to demolish the two auto shops on the southeast corner of 16th and Florida Streets having been filed, the refined plans for a modern seven-story building to rise on the... Read More »

New Plans for a Modern 108-Unit Dogpatch Redevelopment

New Plans for a Modern 108-Unit Dogpatch Redevelopment

The proposed redevelopment of the two-story Watermark Press building parcel at 950 Tennessee Street in Dogpatch is pressing forward with Handel Architects now at the design helm. And as proposed, the modern building to rise up to four stories across the site will feature two distinct styles, “which harken... Read More »

California College of the Arts Inks Potrero 1010 Lease

California College of the Arts Inks Potrero 1010 Lease

Speaking of Equity Residential, which just lowered its revenue forecast for 2016, due in part to a recent underperformance in the company’s San Francisco portfolio of apartment projects, the developer has inked a long-term lease with California College of the Arts (CCA) for the 6,000 square feet of Production,... Read More »

The SoMa Development a Ballot Initiative Aims to Block

The SoMa Development a Ballot Initiative Aims to Block

As we first reported last week, the paperwork for a ballot measure entitled the “Don’t Demolish Recreation in San Francisco Initiative” has been filed with the City.  And while the initiative doesn’t specifically name the proposed redevelopment of the San Francisco Tennis Club site at 645 5th Street as... Read More »

Mission District Development Reimagined: Beauty or Beast?

Mission District Development Reimagined: Beauty or Beast?

Facing pushback from the neighborhood and powers that be, developer Nick Podell and team circled back to the drawing board and returned with a “completely reimagined” proposal for the development of 2000-2070 Bryant Street, a project which could rise across the majority of the Mission District block bounded by... Read More »

San Francisco Sues Academy of Art over Real Estate Misuse

San Francisco Sues Academy of Art over Real Estate Misuse

San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera filed suit against the Academy of Art University today, alleging that the institution “schemed to violate state and local laws in its aggressive acquisition and use of vast real estate holdings in San Francisco.” As we first reported earlier this year, over 80... Read More »