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Refined Designs and Timing for Eagle Plaza

Refined Designs and Timing for Eagle Plaza

As part of the approved 1532 Harrison project, which should break ground later this year and rise up to seven stories at Harrison and 12th Streets, the stretch of 12th between Harrison and Bernice will be converted into a “slow street” and public outdoor space dubbed Eagle Plaza, with... Read More »

Art Deco Warehouse near Twitter on the Market with Plans

Art Deco Warehouse near Twitter on the Market with Plans

Plans to raze the Art Deco warehouse and body shop at 255-265 10th Street and build 50 residential units over parking for 50 cars and 1,000 square feet of new retail space upon the SoMa parcel which is zoned for development up to 55-feet in height were floated nine... Read More »

New Single-Room SoMa Rentals Closer to Reality, with a Twist

New Single-Room SoMa Rentals Closer to Reality, with a Twist

The plans to raze the Kung’s Trading Company building on the southeast corner of Folsom and Dore and construct a six-story structure on the site have been refined and are now one step closer to reality, having just been granted a neighborhood plan-based exception from having to complete an... Read More »

SoMa Rising and Window Shopping for Your Bike

SoMa Rising and Window Shopping for Your Bike

Plans for a nine-story building to rise at 475 Minna Street, covering roughly a third of the existing mid-block parking lot on the south side of Minna between 5th and 6th Streets, are poised to be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission tomorrow. As proposed and designed by Stanton... Read More »

Plans to Raze SoMa School for Condos to Rise

Plans to Raze SoMa School for Condos to Rise

Plans to raze the one-story building at 1245 Folsom Street, which is currently occupied by AltSchool, have been submitted to the City for review. As proposed, a seven-story building fronting Folsom, with 37 residential units over a two-story commercial space and an underground parking for 25 cars, would rise... Read More »

Eagle Plaza And Former Co-Living Development Closer To Reality

Eagle Plaza And Former Co-Living Development Closer To Reality

The plans for a three-building development to rise up to seven stories at Harrison and 12th Streets have been granted an exception from having to complete a lengthy environmental review. And as part of the proposed 1532 Harrison Street project, the conversion of 12th Street between Harrison and Bernice into... Read More »

400-Square-Foot Two-Bedrooms Proposed, Planning Has Concerns

400-Square-Foot Two-Bedrooms Proposed, Planning Has Concerns

Panoramic Interests plans to raze the single-story industrial building at 333 12th Street and build up to seven stories and 274 apartments on the parcel and adjacent parking lot between Folsom and Harrison. As currently zoned, the Western SoMa site could support around 200 units of housing in buildings... Read More »

The New Ninth

The New Ninth

The New Ninth Street LLC has submitted plans to build nine apartments above and behind the existing two-story building at 237 9th Street in Western SoMa. As proposed, three new floors and five residential units would be added above the commercial and office spacing fronting 9th Street, while a... Read More »

SRO Units To Replace Shuttered Suriya Thai Space In SoMa

SRO Units To Replace Shuttered Suriya Thai Space In SoMa

Shuttered three years ago this month, the former Suriya Thai restaurant space at 1532 Howard Street has been vacant since. But plans to raze the restaurant and construct a six-story building which would rise 55-feet in height and include 15 Single Room Occupancy (SRO) units (i.e., studios with kitchenettes)... Read More »

Folsom Street Rising: From Printing Presses To Condos As Proposed

Folsom Street Rising: From Printing Presses To Condos As Proposed

Plans to raze the two-story First California Press building at 1075 Folsom Street and construct a six-story building, with 34 condos over a ground floor commercial space, have been submitted to San Francisco’s Planning Department for review. As designed by Forum Design, the proposed development would rise across the... Read More »