The brand-new residences at 288 Pacific Avenue present a rarefied opportunity to acquire a newly-constructed home in one of the most ideally situated neighborhoods in San Francisco. The striking, timelessly contextual exterior and interiors echo the past while delivering thirty-three contemporary, light-filled homes with a bespoke level of finishes.
The building will offer elegant penthouses with private roof terraces, spacious two-bedroom floor plans, and a limited number of one-bedroom residences. Each residence enjoys access to one secured indoor parking space.
Read the full article here: http://blog.sfgate.com/storystudio/2018/01/23/coming-soon-exquisite-newly-constructed-residences-in-jackson-square/?ntv_a=NWoDAlP0aAaN4MA&utm_campaign=email-tablet&utm_source=CMS%20Sharing%20Button&utm_medium=social#photo-808845
The City’s proposed vision to guide the future planning and development of transportation in San Francisco is about to be formally released.
As we first reported last year, the “ConnectSF” project is a city-wide effort to both consolidate and coordinate all transportation-related planning efforts in the city as well as to improve the mobility of its residents, in-bound commuters and visitors.
The Draft Vision sees the city “[maintaining] its unique identity” while planning for “an out-migration of people who desire a more suburban environment or who prefer more localized or more laissez-faire governance over a strong central government” and allowing for San Francisco to double-down on becoming “a major employment hub and center for innovation.”
And the ConnectSF team is now aiming to secure formal buy-in from San Francisco’s Planning Commission and transportation agencies this spring in order to move forward with detailed transportation studies, planning and major land use decisions. We’ll keep you posted, connected and plugged-in.
Read the original article here http://www.socketsite.com/archives/2018/02/the-proposed-vision-for-connecting-and-moving-san-francisco-forward.html
Things are still looking up
By Adam Brinklow Jan 22, 2018, 10:06am PST
Update: This map originally appeared on Curbed SF in 2017, but we’ve updated it for the new year.
San Francisco’s dense skyline is growing as the city anticipates the completion of some towers long under construction and the emerging profile of others underway.
To make the cut, a building must be eight or more stories when completed. Towers must have broken ground already or be on the verge of doing so within the next few months.
Here are the buildings poised to change the city’s skyline for good.
One of San Francisco’s great grand dames is on the market for $6.995 million.
The immaculate and tall 1895 Queen Anne at 1701 Franklin St. in Pacific Heights is a home out of storybooks with intricate gingerbread trim, a peaked gable and a turret topped by a witch’s hat roof. [Read the full article here]
Interesting article. Do you know each of these homes?
898 Francisco has a special feature in Coastal Living!
Gorgeous homes with impressive views, makes me think about vacation!
898 Francisco Street- For Sale
Facebook Finally Comes To SF, Leases Entire Office Portion Of 181 Fremont