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$10 Million Deal for SoMa Park Land Ready for Board’s Approval

$10 Million Deal for SoMa Park Land Ready for Board’s Approval

Speaking of public open spaces, parks and land use in SoMa, San Francisco’s Department of Real Estate has negotiated a $9.725 million purchase price for five adjacent buildings at 11th and Natoma Streets. If the acquisition is approved by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors, the hearing for which is... Read More »

Million Dollar Price Cut for Asia SF’s Western SoMa Home

Million Dollar Price Cut for Asia SF’s Western SoMa Home

Listed for $8.595 million at the beginning of the year, the asking price for the three-story Western SoMa building on the southeast corner of 9th and Howard, the ground floor and basement of which is currently home to Asia SF, has just been reduced to $7.295 million and its... Read More »

Bonus Plans for Building up on Brannan

Bonus Plans for Building up on Brannan

Plans to level the two-story commercial building on the southwest corner of Brannan and Lucerne along with the one-story buildings behind are in the works. And while the 755 Brannan Street parcel is only zoned for development up to 45 feet in height, plans to invoke California’s Density Bonus... Read More »

Club Zone Parcels Positioned for over 200 Homes in Play

Club Zone Parcels Positioned for over 200 Homes in Play

The Action Rentals building at 1526-1530 Folsom Street is on the market in Western SoMa, along with its parking lot at 1560 Folsom and two adjacent parcels which extend to (135) Kissling and (276) 11th Streets. Zoned for building up to 55 feet in height, the site is being... Read More »

Plans for Prominent SoMa Corner Slated for Approval

Plans for Prominent SoMa Corner Slated for Approval

Speaking of major developments on Howard which could be approved next week, the refined plans for 124 apartments, over 14,000 square feet of ground floor retail/restaurant/commercial space and a basement garage for 71 cars (and 188 bikes) could be approved to rise up to five stories in height on... Read More »

Redevelopment of AltSchool Site Closer to Reality

Redevelopment of AltSchool Site Closer to Reality

As we first reported at the end of 2015: 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... Read More »

Major Western SoMa Development Closer to Reality

Major Western SoMa Development Closer to Reality

The refined designs for a 372-unit development to rise up to seven stories in height at 1140 Harrison Street, upon the Western SoMa parcel currently occupied by the German Motors Collision Center building, have been rendered anew by BDE Architecture. And the developer, Houston-based Hanover Company, has now formally... Read More »

Plans for More Density While Maintaining History in Western SoMa

Plans for More Density While Maintaining History in Western SoMa

Built in 1929, the three-story industrial building at 351-353 9th Street has been identified as a potential historic resource for the Western SOMA Light Industrial and Residential Historic District. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be redeveloped. And in fact, plans have been drawn. As proposed, the building’s foundation... Read More »

Conversion of SoMa Development into Student Housing Proposed

Conversion of SoMa Development into Student Housing Proposed

Approved for a 200-unit development of micro-apartments to rise up to eight stories in height on the western edge of SoMa, between Folsom and Harrison, the development team behind the 333 12th Street project is now seeking permission to use the development for student housing, specifically for students of... Read More »

Plans for Historic Tech Space on Howard

Plans for Historic Tech Space on Howard

Plans to convert the two-story warehouse building at 1076 Howard Street into 15,000 square feet of open tech space are in the works, which includes an expansion of the building’s mezzanine level and the addition of a new roof deck and stairwell. While historic designations can hinder development, in... Read More »