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The permits to level the Kung's Trading Company building at 1335 Folsom and Dore and develop a new six-story building with 57 little residential units measuring between 360 and 395 square feet apiece and a small retail space on the corner of the Western SoMa parcel have been requested and the development's design has been refined and newly rendered by Macy Architecture. The proposed project will reach a height of 55-feet along Folsom and around 65-feet, after a 15-foot setback, along Dore. Comment?
Entitled the "Don't Demolish Recreation in San Francisco Initiative," the paperwork for a ballot measure which would require special approval for and "change in use, demolition or other removal of a public or privately owned Recreational Facilityof at least 10,000 square feet as part of a redevelopment of a site for office, mixed use, or attached condominium uses" has been filed with San Francisco's Department of Elections. Comment?
Once the site of Rawhide II, the only Country Western club in San Francisco, the owners and operators of the Cafe in the Castro purchased the 280 Seventh Street building a few years ago and were planning to construct a new four-story club, restaurant and two condos on the site . And as newly proposed and in the process of being designed by Workshop1, a six-story building will rise up to 65 feet in height across the Western SoMa site, fronting both 7th and Langton Streets, with 23 condos over a 3,700-square-foot commercial space fronting 7th. Comment?
Six years ago, City Vintners San Francisco was granted permission to convert the industrial building at 53 Bluxome Street into a winery and tasting room based on an expected annual production of 5,000 cases of wine, all of which was to be bottled by way of a mobile bottling trailer which would visit the site three days a year. While the Central SoMa site zoned for Light Manufacturing, which doesn't include the assembly line production of caned or bottled beverages, the winery's limited scope of production and lack of permanent bottling equipment was cited in the City's Letter of Determination to allow the winery to operate. Comment?
With the lease for the SoMa McDonald's at Third and Townsend expiring in January 2017, San Francisco's Planning Commission is now slated to approve the plans for an eleven-story hotel to rise on the 701 3rd Street site early next month. As proposed by Stonebridge Companies, a Colorado-based hotel development and management company, and designed by Stanton Architecture, the 105-foot-tall building would yield 230 hotel rooms and 2,000 square feet of retail space on the corner, with an underground garage for 14 cars. Comment?
Plans to raze the Art Deco warehouse and body shop at 255-265 10th Street and build 50 residential units over parking for 50 cars and 1,000 square feet of new retail space upon the SoMa parcel were floated nine years ago but subsequently abandoned. In 2011, a historic resource survey for the South of Market Area deemed the building, which was built in 1932, a potential historic resource, both individually and as a contributor to the Western SOMA Light Industrial and Residential Historic District. Comment?
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 and an underground parking for 25 cars, would rise upon the Western SoMa parcel. Comment?
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