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The Master Plans for CCA’s Big Expansion Have Been Drafted

The Master Plans for CCA’s Big Expansion Have Been Drafted

In addition to the revised plans for 520 beds of student housing to rise up to five stories in height on its 188 Hooper Street site at the intersection of Hooper, Eighth, Carolina and Channel, the California College of the Arts is planning to construct a new 96,000-square-foot academic... Read More »

Big Plans for a Showplace Development on Kansas Street

Big Plans for a Showplace Development on Kansas Street

Having traded hands for $14.2 million in early 2016, plans to level the 31,000-square-foot Kleinen Square showroom/commercial building at 300 Kansas Street, which fronts 16th Street between Kansas and Vermont, are in the works. And as designed by El Dorado Inc (which is actually based in Kansas City, MO)... Read More »

185 New Apartments Really Closer to Reality

185 New Apartments Really Closer to Reality

As we first reported last week: With Orchard Supply Hardware having been controversially denied their bid to convert the Pacific Sales building at 975 Bryant Street into a 33,000 square foot OSH with a nursery on its roof, plans to raze the existing building and develop over 180 new... Read More »

Development of Site Where OSH Was Denied Moves Closer to Reality

Development of Site Where OSH Was Denied Moves Closer to Reality

With Orchard Supply Hardware having been controversially denied their bid to convert the Pacific Sales building at 975 Bryant Street into a 33,000 square foot OSH with a nursery on its roof, plans to raze the existing building and develop over 180 new homes on the Showplace Square site were... 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 »

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 »

A Step Forward for 16 Condos sans Parking

A Step Forward for 16 Condos sans Parking

Plans to demolish the single-story office building on the southwest corner of 7th and Bryant, which was built upon the site of a former gas in 1968, and construct a five-story building with sixteen condos, including four double-height units on the ground floor, have been granted an exception from... Read More »

From Wholesale Meats to Showplace Condos

From Wholesale Meats to Showplace Condos

Built for the Schweitzer Wholesale Meat Company in 1936, most recently occupied by Paige Glass, and currently available for rent with a two to three year term, plans to raze the two-story Art Deco building at 828 Brannan Street have been submitted to San Francisco’s Planning Department for review.... Read More »

Strong Support For Condos Sans Parking At 7th And Bryant

Strong Support For Condos Sans Parking At 7th And Bryant

Plans to demolish the single story office building on the southwest corner of 7th and Bryant have been submitted to Planning.  And as proposed, a five-story building with 16 condos and parking for 16 bikes, and zero cars, would rise on the Showplace Square site. In order to proceed,... Read More »

Proposed SF Innovation Campus Slated For Approval

Proposed SF Innovation Campus Slated For Approval

The plan for a proposed 427,000-square-foot ‘innovation campus’ to rise at the base of Potrero Hill – the Hundred Hooper development we first revealed a few weeks ago – is slated to be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission tomorrow.  And it’s a development which could not have been approved just seven... Read More »