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Old Posted Jan 11, 2019, 7:29 AM
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Market and Gough, couple views







the Flax site starting to lose its shroud. don't know about this one... sort of looks like hospital wards right now



work was active on the parcel just to the north of the newish children's park at 17th and Folsom when I was by there today



which I assume is this



and 1 De Haro is now gone above its fence line


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Old Posted Jan 12, 2019, 7:37 AM
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Thanks for the pictures, timbad.

More about the project (2060 Folsom) at 17th and Folsom. Looks like it'll be ready for occupancy around Q3 2020.

And some additional info and renderings here.
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Old Posted Jan 12, 2019, 9:00 AM
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Thanks for the pictures, timbad.

More about the project (2060 Folsom) at 17th and Folsom. Looks like it'll be ready for occupancy around Q3 2020.

And some additional info and renderings here.
and thanks for the info!
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363 Sixth St. at Clara (half a block from Harrison St.)

This 8 story development is moving along well. Came it across on a long walk today.

363 6th Street at Clara Street

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Old Posted Jan 13, 2019, 3:28 AM
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Modera Rincon Hill, 390 First St.

When I walked by the site today the construction crane was being assembled. The building will be 14 stories with 180 units (for those who don't already know!). I've been walking in this area for many years. Today I was not certain where I was with all of the changes to landmarks like the gasoline station that occupied the site for many years.

Note the vertical plant wall next to the big dig. There won't be much sunlight there when the building is complete!

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Old Posted Jan 13, 2019, 9:43 AM
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When I walked by the site today the construction crane was being assembled. ...
thanks Jerry! I was going to post a crane-raising pic too, but yours is better! btw, this project recently got its own thread here
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Old Posted Jan 13, 2019, 10:20 AM
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couple looks at evolving Folsom

looking west



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Old Posted Jan 13, 2019, 4:38 PM
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Thanks again for all the photos you post, timbad. It dramatically enhances the forum.
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Old Posted Jan 13, 2019, 7:20 PM
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thanks, slock.

here is California and Powell



and the two affordable ones on Laguna: 55 Laguna...



and 455 Fell



a peek from the Van Ness end of Austin Alley (between Pine and Bush), looking toward Polk. the alley got a spruce-up as part of the Polk St make-over (which otherwise seems sort of underwhelming to me)



something (edit: after lots of iterations, I think this) going up on the south side of Bush, again looking from Van Ness toward Polk


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Old Posted Jan 14, 2019, 7:46 AM
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timbad - thanks

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thanks Jerry! I was going to post a crane-raising pic too, but yours is better! btw, this project recently got its own thread here
timbad - thanks for pointing out a thread was made for this one.

I usually don't trespass on construction sites but in this instance the gate was open & no one was around so I got a much better picture by getting close to the hole in the ground.

It amazes me as to how many pictures you take of different sites! You certainly get around the city a lot.
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It amazes me as to how many pictures you take of different sites! You certainly get around the city a lot.
The “heavy user of walkability” is the backbone of our local threads, so it’s gratifying to see timbad continue to get the recognition and thanks he so richly deserves!
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Old Posted Jan 15, 2019, 6:08 AM
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thanks, guys. it helps a lot both

- to live in a dense city that puts its new development in the right places so that an afternoon's walk can easily pass a dozen or more construction sites, and

- to get the kind words of encouragement!
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Old Posted Jan 20, 2019, 4:28 AM
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thanks, guys. it helps a lot both

- to live in a dense city that puts its new development in the right places so that an afternoon's walk can easily pass a dozen or more construction sites, and

- to get the kind words of encouragement!
Yep, all good! Fantastic job as always...
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Mayor Breed seeks developer for 19-story residential tower in Financial District
By Hannah Norman – Digital Producer, San Francisco Business Times
2 hours ago

San Francisco officials are seeking proposals from developers to build a 19-story housing development atop a newly retrofitted fire station, a plan that could deliver roughly 100,000 square feet of new residential space to the city.

Mayor London Breed and supervisor Aaron Peskin said Wednesday that developers have the chance to build market-rate housing above Fire Station 13 as part of a public-private partnership. The project is located at 530 Sansome Street in the Jackson Square neighborhood . . . .

The city said Station 13's operations would move to a temporary location during the site's development phase. The city's Fire Commission will review the development plan before ceding final approvals to Breed and San Francisco's board of supervisors.

Affordable housing fees, paid by the project's developer, would go to funding more than 50 low-income units at nearby 772 Pacific Avenue in Chinatown, as well as toward preserving popular dim-sum spot New Asia Restaurant, according to the city . . . .
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Old Posted Jan 24, 2019, 6:14 PM
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Only 19 floors! At least 30
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Old Posted Jan 24, 2019, 6:36 PM
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It's about time something was proposed for that neck of the woods! Still sad 555 Washington never made it (https://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/artic...er-3266917.php, but 19 stories of market rate + the proposed hotel literally next door could liven up the immediate area a bit.

Also interesting that with Peskin involved from the beginning, THD can't throw their usual hissy fit (although I also suspect 19 floors is a number that Peskin knows nobody will lose views over).
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Old Posted Jan 24, 2019, 7:50 PM
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Why is the city extorting funds to give to select private businesses (a dim sum restaurant in this case). Corruption is straight up in your face in SF and nobody does anything about it.
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It’s a legacy business, not corruption, and this is a beneficial program for our City. https://sfosb.org/legacy-business
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