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Plans for an Historic Renovation, Addition and Repurposing

Plans for an Historic Renovation, Addition and Repurposing

Built for the Eng-Skell Co. (which is now known as ESCO Foods) in 1930, the three-story Art Deco building at 1035 Howard Street provided laboratory, manufacturing, warehouse and office space for the development and production of flavoring extracts, soda fountains, toppings and syrups. And having been deeded to Embarcadeo... Read More »

Folsom Street Fare

Folsom Street Fare

In the works since 2015, plans to level the former AltSchool building at 1245 Folsom Street and build up to 64 feet in height upon its through-block site could be approved this week. As redesigned by D-Scheme Studio and now sporting a more industrial, versus upscale contemporary, look, the... Read More »

BrainWash Building Back on the Market for $1.5 Million More

BrainWash Building Back on the Market for $1.5 Million More

Having sold for $4.6 million in February, the two-story Western SoMa building at the corner of Folsom and Langton Streets, which was home to the BrainWash cafe and laundromat for nearly three decades, has since been painted and remodeled, with four office suites (three of which are vacant) over... Read More »

Plans for San Francisco’s Next Target Slated for Approval

Plans for San Francisco’s Next Target Slated for Approval

Plans to convert the former Sports Authority building at 1690 Folsom Street into a full-service Target could be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission on October 4. Once again, the conversion wouldn’t require an expansion of the 40,000-square-foot building nor a major change to the building’s façade, save new... Read More »

Refined Design for Modern Infill Project as Envisioned

Refined Design for Modern Infill Project as Envisioned

In the works since 2016, plans to level the two-story Auto Trust Services building at 255 Shipley Street and develop a modern four-story building upon its Western SoMa site could be approved on August 23. As initially designed and recently refined by Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects, the development... Read More »

Proposed Club Zone Infill Condos Closer to Reality

Proposed Club Zone Infill Condos Closer to Reality

As newly rendered below, plans to raze the two-story warehouse building and adjacent parking lot at 33 Norfolk Street and build a five-story residential building upon the Western SoMa site, plans which have been in the works since 2014, are closer to reality. As designed by Levy Design Partners,... Read More »

Bonus Plans to Level and Redevelop This Historical Resource Site

Bonus Plans to Level and Redevelop This Historical Resource Site

As we first reported eight months ago: “The two-story concrete building at 220 9th Street, which is home to Desmoto Sport, Hop.in and a number of other businesses in the portion of the building which fronts Dore Street (such as Guitronics amplifier repair) was built in 1924 for the... Read More »

Price Cut for Approved SoMa Development and Land

Price Cut for Approved SoMa Development and Land

Approved by the City last year, the plans for a 24-unit development to rise up to six stories in height upon the former CrossFit site at 1228 Folsom Street and its underlying Western SoMa parcel hit the market earlier this year priced at $6.95 million or roughly $290,000 per... Read More »

Iconic Western SoMa Club Building on the Market for $6 Million

Iconic Western SoMa Club Building on the Market for $6 Million

Purchased for $2.6 million in the fourth quarter of 2014 and subsequently remodeled and expanded, including the addition of a new roof deck, the former home to the first leather bar on Folsom Street, FeBe’s, which opened in 1966 and anchored the leather scene in San Francisco through the... Read More »

Big SoMa Project Slated for Approval (And to Break Ground)

Big SoMa Project Slated for Approval (And to Break Ground)

The newly refined plans for a 371-unit development to rise up to seven stories in height on Harrison Street, upon the Western SoMa parcel currently occupied by the German Motors Collision Center building, between Langton and Berwick Place, are slated to be presented to San Francisco’s Planning Commission next... Read More »