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Old Posted Feb 14, 2018, 6:49 AM
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SAN FRANCISCO | 30 Otis Street | 250 FT | 27 FL

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Plans for 250-Foot-Tall Ballet School Tower and Plaza Moving Ahead
February 13, 2018

The plans for a 27-story tower to rise up to 250 feet in height at the intersection of Otis, South Van Ness Avenue and 12th Street are being refined and the environmental impact report (EIR) for the proposed project, which includes a 10-story podium across the site, is about to be prepared.

The proposed Hub District development now includes a total of 423 apartments (42 studios, 261 one-bedrooms, 111 twos and 9 threes) over 16,600 square feet of replacement space for the existing City Ballet School on the 30 Otis Street site which is slated to be razed; 5,600 square feet of ground floor retail space which would divided in three; and a garage for 74 cars and 361 bikes.



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Old Posted Jun 14, 2018, 10:53 AM
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Another Drawing of the Ballet School Tower

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Old Posted Sep 14, 2018, 8:21 AM
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Proposed Ballet School Tower Complex Closer to Reality
September 13, 2018

While its overall height and envelope remain the same, one floor has been eliminated from the proposed 250-foot-tall Hub District tower and podium to rise at the intersection of Otis, South Van Ness Avenue and 12th Street, as newly rendered by Gould Evans.

As such, the now 26-story tower and 9-story podium complex would yield a total of 416 smaller apartments (now a mix of 212 studios, 98 one-bedrooms and 106 twos) over 16,000 square feet of replacement space for the existing City Ballet School (which currently sits on the 30 Otis Street site); a reduced 2,200 square feet of ground floor retail space divided in three; and a little larger garage for 95 cars and 224 bikes.

. . . the proposed development includes a new Hub District plaza on the corner and re-working of 12th Street as well.

And with the Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) for the proposed tower slated to be certified in two weeks time, the development could soon be approved.




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Nice updates! Hopefully it gets approved
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The rug shop in the corner has already moved out but the auto repair shop behind it on 12th is still going strong. A crew did dig some deep holes in the sidewalk this week, not sure what for.
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I just noticed that on the old buildings for this project all have "Permit issued" signs. on them.
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Are there any plans to do something with the major Market Van ness intersection itself? Roundabout? Fountains? Sculptures? Right now it’s a pretty depressing, desolate place.
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Are there any plans to do something with the major Market Van ness intersection itself? Roundabout? Fountains? Sculptures? Right now it’s a pretty depressing, desolate place.
A roundabout with fountains and sculptures would be nice.
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Old Posted Dec 13, 2018, 9:19 PM
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^^Since Van Ness (including S. Van Ness) is a state highway, I'm not sure the city can reconfigure it on its own.

Also, remember that the Van Ness BRT terminates at this intersection and that would surely impact any redesign.
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Demolition started today, walked by and they were busy at work.
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Demolition started today, walked by and they were busy at work.
So exciting!
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Demolition started today, walked by and they were busy at work.
great news!
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Old Posted Jan 8, 2019, 8:46 PM
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Great to hear!

Here is a presentation of the public plaza in front of 30 Otis. Looks nice. Hopefully, it will be secured and maintained.

A couple random renderings as well:

Looking back towards 'The Hub'

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Great to hear!

Here is a presentation of the public plaza in front of 30 Otis. ...
wow, what a way to get the Hub going! thanks for posting that
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^ Amazing!
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**Sunday, June 16, 2019**

No change appears from the May 3 aerial. However, whenever Malcom is on site it can be hard to tell what level of work is happening. Could all be subterranean.

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Burnham's plan for Civic Center, 1905



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I too would love to see a Mexico City style roundabout, but I'll keep my expectations low.

BTW, what is that square building in the old pic with all the round arches? It's one of my favorites to drive by.
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BTW, what is that square building in the old pic with all the round arches? It's one of my favorites to drive by.
Masonic Temple

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