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Legislation to Allow for New Rincon Hill Tower Poised for Adoption

Legislation to Allow for New Rincon Hill Tower Poised for Adoption

Adopted back in 2005, the Rincon Hill Plan requires a minimum distance of 115 feet between new residential towers at their closest point. And the plan specifies that no exemptions may be made. As such, in order to make room for the redesigned tower proposed to rise up to... Read More »

Waylaid Rincon Hill Development Plans Ramping up for 430 Main

Waylaid Rincon Hill Development Plans Ramping up for 430 Main

Originally approved for development back in 2009 but waylaid by a successful appeal to San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors, an appeal which was championed by a group of neighbors primarily concerned about a loss of light and views for their Baycrest condos and pool, the plans for a 144-unit... Read More »

Plans to Raze Prominent Rincon Hill Gas Station Progress

Plans to Raze Prominent Rincon Hill Gas Station Progress

The official application to raze the Union 76 gas station on the northwest corner of First and Harrison and build a 14-story building, with 180 apartments over a garage for 84 cars and a small 600-square-foot café has been submitted to Planning for review. From the development team for the... Read More »

40-Story Rincon Hill Tower Rising Ahead Of Schedule

40-Story Rincon Hill Tower Rising Ahead Of Schedule

Construction of the 40-story Rincon Hill tower rising up to 400-feet at 340 Fremont Street has topped out ahead of schedule (i.e., it’s not rising any higher). And the 348 apartments within should be finished by July of 2016. Designed by Handel Architects for Equity Residential, Suffolk Construction is... Read More »

The Economics Of A Rincon Hill Condo And Reality Check

The Economics Of A Rincon Hill Condo And Reality Check

Purchased for $700,000 in 2012, or roughly $1,150 per square foot, the one-bedroom One Rincon Hill condo #4404 was listed as a rental for $3,800 in mid-2014 and actually rented for $3,750 per month, which included valet parking along with the unobstructed views. With monthly HOA dues of $724... Read More »

Rincon Hill Tower Redesigned With Five More Floors

Rincon Hill Tower Redesigned With Five More Floors

Adopted back in 2005, the Rincon Hill Plan requires a minimum distance of 115 feet between new residential towers at their closest point.  And the plan specifies that no exemptions may be made. As such, in order to clear the way for the proposed tower to rise at 525... Read More »

One Rincon’s Second Tower In Contract, Likely Going Condo

With less than half the tower’s 298 units currently occupied despite having started leasing in early 2014, One Rincon Hill’s northwest tower is reportedly in contract to be sold for $400 million.  And while currently operating as an apartment building, the application to clear the way for the individual... Read More »

Rincon Hill Tower Redesigned, But Not For Transit

Rincon Hill Tower Redesigned, But Not For Transit

The design for the proposed 17-story Rincon Hill development with 180 condos to replace the Sound Factory Club building at 525 Harrison Street has been refined by Solomon Cordwell Buenz for Hines. But the design for the project hasn’t been altered to accommodate a new Bay Bridge off-ramp to... Read More »

Bay Bridge Congestion Threatens New Development

Bay Bridge Congestion Threatens New Development

If you think Bay Bridge traffic and congestion are bad now, or happen to be Hines which is working on plans for 180 condos to rise up to 16 stories on the Rincon Hill parcel at 525 Harrison Street, the current site of the Factory Club and Auto Spa,... Read More »

400-Foot Tower Dubbed “Jasper,” Leasing This Spring

400-Foot Tower Dubbed “Jasper,” Leasing This Spring

The 400-foot tower rising at 45 Lansing has been dubbed “Jasper.” Originally intended to be developed as a 227-unit uberluxury condo building by Turnberry Associates, the project was redesigned by Crescent Heights, the developers of NEMA, to consist of 320 rental units, including nearly one hundred studios (up from 3... Read More »