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Development Will Level This Popular Flower Stand, But…

Development Will Level This Popular Flower Stand, But…

Plans to level the Sunset District flower stand and two undeveloped lots on the southwest corner of Quintara and 19th Avenue have been submitted to Planning.  And as proposed and rendered below, a four-story building with 42 apartments and parking for 56 cars would rise across the 1001 Quintara... Read More »

Twelve New Condos And One Less Gas Station As Proposed

Twelve New Condos And One Less Gas Station As Proposed

As proposed, the 76 station on the southwest corner of Lawton Street and 42nd Avenue in the Outer Sunset will be razed for a four-story development with twelve condos to rise. As designed by Ian Birchall and Associates, while the development would share a common backyard over the garage,... Read More »

Oh Say Can You See What Should Be On This Site?

Oh Say Can You See What Should Be On This Site?

The century-old Francis Scott Key Annex building, a former two-story school, sits on a nearly one and one-half acre parcel of land fronting 42nd and 43rd Avenue, between Irving and Judah Streets, in the Outer Sunset. The building currently serves as an administrative office and storage for the San... Read More »

New Home For Noriega Produce And Condos Proposed

New Home For Noriega Produce And Condos Proposed

Plans to raze Pete’s Union 76 Service station on the southwest corner of Noriega and 44th Avenue have been drawn.  And as proposed, a four-story building with 14 condos over 14 residential parking spaces and a 9,600-square-foot grocery store will rise on the Outer Sunset site. If approved, then... Read More »

A Blueprint For The Sunset And A Red Flag Or Two

A Blueprint For The Sunset And A Red Flag Or Two

The culmination of over a year’s worth of work, Supervisor Katy Tang’s Office has published the Sunset District Blueprint, an outline of the “goals, objectives and strategies” for developing the district over the next decade, “and beyond.” The five main areas addressed in the blueprint: Public Transportation & Pedestrian... Read More »