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Resurrected Plans for a 13-Story Tenderloin Development to Rise

Resurrected Plans for a 13-Story Tenderloin Development to Rise

Approved for a 13-story building with 41 condos to rise up to 130 feet in height on the central Tenderloin site back in 2004, the subsequently condemned three-story office building which had sat at 651 Geary Street since 1912 was finally demolished in 2013, at which point the required... Read More »

Land for More BMR Units, But Later and Deeper in the Tenderloin

Land for More BMR Units, But Later and Deeper in the Tenderloin

Rather than including 36 below market rate (BMR) units within the walls of its 304-unit development to rise at 1066 Market Street, or paying a $17.7 million in lieu of fee, Shorenstein Properties is now seeking permission to buy and dedicate the former Post Office property at 101 Hyde... Read More »

Tenderloin Infill Site Back on the Market at a Luxury Price

Tenderloin Infill Site Back on the Market at a Luxury Price

Approved for the development of affordable senior housing over a decade ago, neither the financing nor permits for a five-story building to rise on the Tenderloin parking lot at 430 Eddy Street were secured and the entitlements to build were cancelled and lost. Two years ago the un-entitled parcel... Read More »

Ornate Tenderloin Garage Pitched for Redevelopment

Ornate Tenderloin Garage Pitched for Redevelopment

Zoned for development up to 130 feet in height, and with a lot that could support building up to 76 apartments or condos, the 1920’s era garage at 525 Jones Street is on the market in the Tenderloin without a preset price and calling for offers by June 9.... Read More »

Tenderloin Rising: 28 New Condos and Coffee Closer to Reality

Tenderloin Rising: 28 New Condos and Coffee Closer to Reality

The unit count has been reduced from 34 to 28, the proposed off-street parking spaces have been eliminated (except for 28 bikes), and the ground floor retail space is now envisioned as a 450 square foot coffee shop. And in three weeks time, the plans for a modern eight-story... Read More »

Back to the Drawing Board for a 106-Unit Tendernob Development

Back to the Drawing Board for a 106-Unit Tendernob Development

As proposed, the two-story Tendernob auto garage and office building at 955 Post Street will be razed and a 9-story development with 106 dwelling units over 10,000 square feet of retail space and an underground garage for 53 cars will rise upon the site, the latest design for which... Read More »

Massive Mid-Market/Tenderloin Development Slated for Approval

Massive Mid-Market/Tenderloin Development Slated for Approval

While facing an appeal related to its expected environmental impact, Shorenstein’s proposed plans for a 304-unit apartment building to rise up to 12-stories at Jones and Golden Gate Avenue, with a skinny namesake spur at 1066 Market Street, are likely to be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this... Read More »

Tenderloin Take Two: From Affordable to Market Rate

Tenderloin Take Two: From Affordable to Market Rate

Originally approved for the development of affordable senior housing over a decade ago, neither financing nor the building permits for a five-story building to rise on Tenderloin parking lot parcel at 430 Eddy Street were secured and the entitlements were cancelled and lost. Two years ago the now un-entitled... Read More »

Proposed Tenderloin Development Reviewed

Proposed Tenderloin Development Reviewed

The City’s preliminary review of a proposed six-story addition to the former Swift Auto Tech garage site at 135 Hyde Street, and the conversion of the Tenderloin building into 51 efficiency apartments over a ground floor commercial space and underground garage for 21 cars (and 52 bikes), has just... Read More »

Six Years Later and a Tenderloin Site Sits Undeveloped

Six Years Later and a Tenderloin Site Sits Undeveloped

Back in 2005, the then-owner of the parking lot parcel on the southeast corner of Jones and Turk filed for permits to build a 5-story building at 180 Jones, a building height which the Planning Department deemed too short for the Tenderloin site which is zoned for development up... Read More »