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Developer Cuts 99 Units From Transbay Tower Citing Market Demand

Developer Cuts 99 Units From Transbay Tower Citing Market Demand

Related California’s winning bid to build a 56-story tower designed by architect Rem Koolhaas and the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) at the corner of Folsom and First, along with a Fougeron Architecture designed mid-rise along Folsom and Fremont, included a total of 653 residences, of which 177 were to... Read More »

Whole Foods Dropped From Transbay Development Plans

Whole Foods Dropped From Transbay Development Plans

In addition to cutting 99 residential units from their development plans for Transbay Block 8, Related California has reduced the project’s proposed grocery store space from 22,000 to 12,500 square feet, which means that Whole Foods is out and the developer is now seeking a “comparable” type of grocery... Read More »

Another Million Budgeted For Delayed Folsom Street Off-Ramp Project

Another Million Budgeted For Delayed Folsom Street Off-Ramp Project

Having already increased the budget for the realignment of the Folsom Street off-ramp from $2,883,900 to $3,479,541, the City is now slated to add another $1.2 million, for a total project cost of $4,679,541 and counting, 62 percent over the project’s original budget. As we first reported last month,... Read More »

Folsom Street Off-Ramp Work Delayed By Contaminated Soil

Folsom Street Off-Ramp Work Delayed By Contaminated Soil

Originally expected to be finished this month, the realignment of the Folsom Street off-ramp is now expected to run into June and the budget for the project has been increased 21 percent, from $2,883,900 to $3,479,541. The delay and cost overruns are primarily due to the discovery of higher... Read More »

Plans For The Transbay District’s First Full-Service Grocery Store

Plans For The Transbay District’s First Full-Service Grocery Store

It’s true.  The 31,500 square feet of retail to be built at the base of the Transbay Block 8 development includes 22,000 square feet of underground space for a full-service grocery store at the corner of Folsom and Fremont. And Whole Foods has indeed expressed their interest in being... Read More »

Ocean Avenue Rising: Designs For Four-Story Infill Development

Ocean Avenue Rising: Designs For Four-Story Infill Development

A 45-foot-tall building has been designed to rise on the corner of Ocean and Brighton Avenues, across the street from the Ocean Avenue Whole Foods Market.  And as proposed, the 270 Brighton Avenue development will produce 28 dwelling units over two ground-floor commercial spaces and a garage for 10... Read More »

Closer To Reality For 2001 Market Street

Closer To Reality For 2001 Market Street

A plugged-in tipster directs us to the most realistic couple of renderings we’ve seen for the proposed mixed-use development at 2001 Market and around to 14th. And while the BAR Architects website doesn’t yet feature the latest renderings, it does note “the project is slated to begin construction Fall... Read More »

Whole Foods Here By End Of The Year As Cala Gutting Commences

Whole Foods Here By End Of The Year As Cala Gutting Commences

As a plugged-in tipster notes, the gutting of the old Cala Foods at the corner of Stanyan and Haight has commenced with the scaled back small format Whole Foods currently expected to open in time for the December holidays. ∙ Whole Foods On Stanyan At Haight (Less 62 Condos)... Read More »

Whole Foods On Stanyan At Haight (Less 62 Condos) Has Its Lease

Whole Foods On Stanyan At Haight (Less 62 Condos) Has Its Lease

As we reported via a plugged-in tipster in May: “The other half had a storewide meeting at Whole Foods last night. It was told to them that the has been scaled back to be just like the Noe Valley project. No external construction – no condos,... Read More »

The 690 Stanyan Project Scoop: Scaled Back To An Interior Gutting

The 690 Stanyan Project Scoop: Scaled Back To An Interior Gutting

A plugged-in reader reports on the proposed 690 Stanyan Project: “The other half had a storewide meeting at Whole Foods last night. It was told to them that the Stanyan Project has been scaled back to be just like the Noe Valley project. No external construction – no condos,... Read More »

Whole Foods Green-Lighted In Noe (And As Proposed On Market)

Whole Foods Green-Lighted In Noe (And As Proposed On Market)

While Whole Foods Market has been given the green light to take over the shuttered (but unfortunately not razed and to be rebuilt) Bell Market on 24th in Noe, the Prado Group continues to push forward with a proposed mixed-use development at 2001 Market Street which would replace the... Read More »

The 690 Stanyan Project Update: Conditional Use Approved 6-0

The 690 Stanyan Project Update: Conditional Use Approved 6-0

“Last night, the Planning Commission voted 6-0 to approve the Conditional Use for the 690 Stanyan project, the mixed-use proposal with Whole Foods as the anchor tenant.” ∙ Comments: The 690 Stanyan Project: Public Venting Vetting Tomorrow Read More »

The 690 Stanyan Project: Public Venting Vetting Tomorrow

The 690 Stanyan Project: Public Venting Vetting Tomorrow

The 690 Stanyan Project (you know, 62 condos over a 34,400-square foot Whole Foods and 176-space subterranean garage) is back in front of San Francisco’s Planning Commission tomorrow for some public venting vetting. Let us know if you happen to go and learn anything new. Read More »

The 690 Stanyan Project Recap: Today And Tomorrow As Proposed

The 690 Stanyan Project Recap: Today And Tomorrow As Proposed

Of course plugged-in people have known about The 690 Stanyan Project and its proposed 62 residential units and Whole Foods Market for at least five months, but the battle over its development appears to be picking up steam. Our past overview, the project website, and the entire Environmental Impact... Read More »

The 690 Stanyan Project: Overview And EIR Hearing Tomorrow (2/28)

The 690 Stanyan Project: Overview And EIR Hearing Tomorrow (2/28)

The proposed demolition: The vacant 24-foot-high, 23,600-square-foot (sq.ft.) retail building (Cala Foods) and removal of the existing 42-space parking lot at 690 Stanyan. The proposed project: A “four-story,” 115,400-sq.ft. retail/residential building with a 34,400-sq.ft. ground-floor specialty grocery store (Whole Foods), 62 residential units in 81,000 sq.ft., and an additional... Read More »