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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 »

Hearing Set for Proposed SoMa Hotel, What Would Dirty Harry Say?

Hearing Set for Proposed SoMa Hotel, What Would Dirty Harry Say?

With the lease for the SoMa McDonald’s at Third and Townsend expiring in January 2017, San Francisco’s Planning Commission is now slated to approve the plans for an eleven-story hotel to rise on the 701 3rd Street site early next month. As proposed by Stonebridge Companies, a Colorado-based hotel... 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 »

Sixth Street Development Site in Play

Sixth Street Development Site in Play

Approved for the development of 104 apartments last year, the 363 6th Street site upon which the former bondage dungeon turned City Life Church building currently sits, a block away from the EndUp and across the street from another eight-story development that’s in the works, has just hit the... 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 »

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 »

Plans to Convert SoMa Self-Storage Building Into Tech Space

Plans to Convert SoMa Self-Storage Building Into Tech Space

Built in 1911, the five-story industrial building at 135 Townsend Street, between Second and Third in SoMa, is currently a self-storage facility known as Storage Pro. But as proposed, the entire building will be converted into office space with a little 1,400-square-foot retail space fronting Townsend. And as proposed,... Read More »

Shadows Don’t Sink This Sixth Street Project, But…

Shadows Don’t Sink This Sixth Street Project, But…

Plans to raze the former City Life Church building at 363 6th Street, a building which was originally a candy factory and was briefly home to a bondage dungeon (the SF Citadel) as well, have been approved. And as proposed, a nine-story building with 104 residential units over 700... Read More »

From Nondescript To A Little Less Discreet, At Least For Now

From Nondescript To A Little Less Discreet, At Least For Now

The old Vortex Room was tucked away in a nondescript building without any signs and barely an address at 1082 Howard Street. But the proposed nine-story building to rise on the site, with eight full-floor condos designed by Natoma Architects, would be a little less discreet and easier to... Read More »

Future SoMa Tech HQ Approved To Rise

Future SoMa Tech HQ Approved To Rise

The proposed 300,000-square-foot office building to rise at 510 Townsend Street, with open floor plans and a private “eatery” on the top floor, has been approved by San Francisco’s Planning Department. Having been entirely pre-leased to payments company Stripe, and with the paperwork for the necessary demolition and building... Read More »