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No Permits Yet, But Now No Parking (Nor BMRs) At 3500 19th Street

No Permits Yet, But Now No Parking (Nor BMRs) At 3500 19th Street

Having sold for $1,700,000 in December of 2010, a plugged-in reader and blogger reports a “NO PARKING!! LOT IS SOLD!!” sign has finally been posted at the surface area parking lot at 3500 19th Street and Valencia. As we first reported last year, the site is entitled for a... Read More »

Round Three At Planning For 527-529 Stevenson As Proposed

Round Three At Planning For 527-529 Stevenson As Proposed

The plans for the proposed conversion of 527‐529 Stevenson Street from a 42,600 square foot, four-story industrial building to residential use have once again been modified following another round of meetings with San Francisco’s Planning Commission and staff. The number of proposed dwelling units has been reduced to 60... Read More »

The “Kinky” Opposition To 49 Julian Avenue As Proposed

The “Kinky” Opposition To 49 Julian Avenue As Proposed

As proposed, the vacant single-story warehouse at 49 Julian Avenue would be razed and a five story, 50-foot-tall building with eight two-bedroom residential units over at-grade parking for eight vehicles would rise adjacent to the Armory. Opposing the project as proposed, the owner of said Armory who acquired the... Read More »

Saitowitz Rising On The Blighted Corner Of Divisadero And Ellis

Saitowitz Rising On The Blighted Corner Of Divisadero And Ellis

While the long vacant lot on which a 76 Station once stood was tagged with a notice of blight a few months ago, a plugged-in tipster reports that construction has commenced on the first of two Stanley Saitowitz/Natoma Architect designed condominium buildings that are rising on the corner of... Read More »

Going For The Gold Green (And Platinum) Up In Russian Hill

Going For The Gold Green (And Platinum) Up In Russian Hill

It’s not listed on the MLS nor is the address identified on the Sotheby’s site, but it’s a plugged-in tipster that pegs the newly constructed LEED Platinum residence as 1209 Filbert which is now on the market asking $7,000,000. From our tipster: This is an interesting story as 1209... Read More »

1080 Sutter: As Conditionally Approved In 2009 And Refined In 2011

1080 Sutter: As Conditionally Approved In 2009 And Refined In 2011

Conditionally approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission pending a few design refinements at the end of 2009, the surface area parking lot at 1080 Sutter is set to become an eleven story, mixed-use building with 35 dwelling units (including 23 three-bedrooms) over ground-floor retail and 31 parking spaces (including... Read More »

Not A Lot For The Lot At Valencia And 19th Street (3500 19th Street)

Not A Lot For The Lot At Valencia And 19th Street (3500 19th Street)

Listed for $2,800,000 this past November with Conditional Use authorization for a five-story building with 17 dwelling units, 17 parking spaces, and 2,958 square feet of retail, as a plugged-in tipster points out the undeveloped surface area parking lot at 3500 19th Street in the heart of the new... Read More »

2100 Mission As Envisioned By Saitowitz And Proposed

2100 Mission As Envisioned By Saitowitz And Proposed

Mission Mission has the scoop on a proposed Stanley Saitowitz designed new development for 2100 Mission at 17th. As proposed: six (6) stories, twenty-nine (29) units over ground floor retail and underground parking for fifteen (15). And as said corner currently looks in its un-rendered glory: Read More »

Feel Like A Feudal Lord In Forest Hill Extension: 112 Kensington Way

Feel Like A Feudal Lord In Forest Hill Extension: 112 Kensington Way

The empty Forest Hill Extension lot at 112 Kensington Way above.  A rendering of the “approved” plans for a 5,652 square foot “French Provincial estate” to rise on the site below: Asking $998,000 for the lot and plans (presumably). And sorry neighbor(s), we kid you not. Read More »

Proposal For 345 6th Street Development: Scoop, Meeting And Design

Proposal For 345 6th Street Development: Scoop, Meeting And Design

While plugged-in readers answered another’s question with regard to a proposed hotel in the vicinty of Sixth and Jessie (yes, at 942 Mission), a plugged-in tipster passes along the notice for a pre-planning commission community meeting for 345 Sixth Street, a proposed 36 unit residential project four blocks to... Read More »