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The Future Look and Feel of Sixth Street

The Future Look and Feel of Sixth Street

In addition to the plans for an eight-story building to rise on the southeast corner of (999) Folsom and Sixth, there are three other developments in the works for the east side of Sixth Street, between Folsom and Harrison: 345 6th Street, 363 6th Street and 377 6th Street... Read More »

Proposed Sixth Street Development Redesigned

Proposed Sixth Street Development Redesigned

San Francisco’s Planning Commission is likely to approve the proposed redevelopment of the former Central SoMa gas station turned parking lot parcel on the southeast corner of Folsom and Sixth Streets this week. If approved, an eight-story building could rise up to 82 feet in height upon the 999... Read More »

Sixth Street Rising: Plans for Eight Stories at 999 Folsom

Sixth Street Rising: Plans for Eight Stories at 999 Folsom

Plans to level the former gas station turned parking/detailing lot on the southeast corner of Folsom and Sixth Streets are in the works. And if approved at the end of this month, an eight-story building could rise up to 82 feet in height upon the 999 Folsom Street (a.k.a.... Read More »

Sixth Street Rising: Insert Eight or Nine Stories Here

Sixth Street Rising: Insert Eight or Nine Stories Here

Approved for a 5-story building with 36 condos over a ground floor of commercial space back in 2009, but then waylaid by a stated inability to secure financing, new plans for a 9-story building with 102 single-room occupancy (SRO) units, each with its own kitchenette and bathroom, to rise... Read More »

Another Team Looking to Flip an Approved Development Site in SF

Another Team Looking to Flip an Approved Development Site in SF

As we first reported earlier this month, the 363 6th Street site which was approved for the development of 104 apartments last year is now on the market rather than having broken ground. And as a plugged-in tipster notes, the adjacent 988 Harrison Street site, which was approved for... Read More »

Revised Plans for a Prominent Sixth Street Corner and Hotel

Revised Plans for a Prominent Sixth Street Corner and Hotel

As we first reported last year, plans to raze the two-story building on the northeast corner of Sixth and Mission, a building which currently houses The Balmoral South (a 29-room residential hotel, a.k.a. SRO), a sex shop (Soma Secrets), and a couple of restaurants (Spicy Garden, Supremo Pizza and... Read More »

Prisoner Reentry Program Eyes Sixth Street Site

Prisoner Reentry Program Eyes Sixth Street Site

The operator of the Taylor Street Center in the Tenderloin, which provides housing and transitional services for up to 210 formerly incarcerated individuals at a time, is working on plans to convert the shuttered 51 room residential hotel at 139 6th Street into an 80 to 90 bed residential... Read More »

A New Perspective on the Future of Sixth Street

A New Perspective on the Future of Sixth Street

As we first reported and revealed earlier this week, the revised designs for a proposed 100-unit building to rise up to 8-stories in height at 988 Harrison Street, across from The EndUp on Sixth, are slated to be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission at the end of this... Read More »

Hearing for 100 Units of Housing to End up at 6th and Harrison

Hearing for 100 Units of Housing to End up at 6th and Harrison

Having shed its current Sixth Street address and associations, the proposed 8‐story building to rise at 988 Harrison Street, on the northeast corner of Sixth and Harrison across from The EndUp, is slated to be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission at the end of this month. The refined... Read More »

Plans for an Eight-Story Tourist Hotel on Sixth Street

Plans for an Eight-Story Tourist Hotel on Sixth Street

The second floor of the two-story building on the northeast corner of Sixth and Mission is currently The Balmoral South, a 29-room residential hotel (a.k.a. SRO) with a sex shop (Soma Secrets) and a couple of restaurants (Spicy Garden, Supremo Pizza and Jenny’s) below. And while San Francisco’s Planning... Read More »