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New Plans Could Shutter Historic 4-Star Theater

New Plans Could Shutter Historic 4-Star Theater

After two years of trying to find a buyer for the historic 4-Star Theater, the owners of the 105-year-old Richmond District building at 2200 Clement Street, who lease the theater to the 4-Star’s current operators, are now looking for new a tenant instead. Plans to demolish the theater to... Read More »

Externalizing Parking to Double Density as Proposed

Externalizing Parking to Double Density as Proposed

Purchased as a six-unit apartment building with eight bedrooms and a six-car garage for $1.452 million in the first quarter of 2013, plans to add eight new apartments, with nine new bedrooms, at 4640 Balboa Street have been drafted and neighbors need not be worried about losing a view.... Read More »

Plans to Flood the Dilapidated Alexandria Theater

Plans to Flood the Dilapidated Alexandria Theater

With the redevelopment of the former parking lot parcel behind the dilapidated Alexandria Theater at 5400 Geary Boulevard underway, new plans to completely redevelop the actual theater have been drawn. And as newly proposed by TimeSpace Real Estate, the first floor of the theater will be turned into a... Read More »

How to get $200K Over Asking in the Richmond!

How to get $200K Over Asking in the Richmond!

Listed for $1.1 million last month, the well-kept and “tastefully updated” Richmond District home at 834 30th Avenue – with two large bedrooms, a formal dining room and a breakfast nook – has just sold for $1.3 million or roughly $1,061 per listed square foot (which doesn’t include the... Read More »

Five Months Later and Back on the Market in the Richmond

Five Months Later and Back on the Market in the Richmond

Listed for $1.1 million in March, the well kept and “tastefully updated” Richmond District home at 834 30th Avenue – with two large bedrooms, a formal dining room and a breakfast nook – sold for $1.27 million in April, or roughly $1,036 per listed square foot (which doesn’t include... Read More »

A Decade Of Evictions In San Francisco By District And Type

A Decade Of Evictions In San Francisco By District And Type

Over the past ten years, a total of 5,470 rent-controlled housing units have been cleared of tenants and removed from the rental market in San Francisco by way of no-fault evictions, including owner move-ins, Ellis Acts, condo conversions and demolitions. The greatest number of no-fault evictions, 764 or 14... Read More »

The Next SF Gas Station To Fall (And Buildings To Rise)

The Next SF Gas Station To Fall (And Buildings To Rise)

Plans to raze the Union 76 Station on the southwest corner of California and 25th Avenue are working their way through Planning, adding to the growing list of endangered gas stations in San Francisco. And as proposed, three four-story buildings, each with three three-bedroom units, will rise up to... Read More »

European Food Market Razed For Condos To Rise

European Food Market Razed For Condos To Rise

As plugged-in readers knew to expect and a tipster reports, the former European Food market at 3038 Clement Street has been razed to make way for a six-unit condominium development to rise, with three two-bedrooms and three three-bedrooms along with parking for ten bikes and six cars over a smaller... Read More »

Alexandria Theater Sold, Redevelopment Plans Ramping Up

Alexandria Theater Sold, Redevelopment Plans Ramping Up

The dilapidated Alexandria Theater at 5400 Geary Boulevard which was approved for redevelopment over a year ago has been sold.  And according to Jessica Zhao, a representative for the new ownership group, the buyers are focused on getting the residential component of the development underway. As plugged-in people know,... Read More »

Designs For New Condos On Clement Street Slated To Be Approved

Designs For New Condos On Clement Street Slated To Be Approved

As we first reported back in 2012 with respect to a Clement Street development which was quietly in the works at the time: While the neighbors and neighborhood groups haven’t yet been notified, the owner of the single-story building at 3038 Clement Street is quietly working on plans to... Read More »