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Permits Filed for Burnt 16 Toland Street, Bayview, San Francisco

16 Toland Street pre-fire, image via Google Street View16 Toland Street pre-fire, image via Google Street View

New building permits have been filed for a new two-story restaurant and warehouse at 16 Toland Street, near Islais Creek in Bayview, San Francisco. The address is notable for being the victim of a four-alarm fire in March of 2020. The site was host to a locally-beloved eatery, the Bonanza Restaurant.

The property sold for $1.5 million in 2006 and was most recently valued to be worth $1.8 million. The former structure was built in 1944. The building was damaged in the fire on the first of March 2020. Later permits state that 90% of the structure collapsed.

Fire of 16 Toland Street, image via KTVU

Fire of 16 Toland Street, image via KTVU

The restaurant was the focus of a 2015 article published in the San Francisco Chronicle. The article lauded the site as a product of a blue-collar culture in the city. The report ended with a restaurant regular concerned that the building would be lost to urbanization or gentrification.

Demolition permits were filed in late March. The new construction is expected to cost $160,000.

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2 Comments on "Permits Filed for Burnt 16 Toland Street, Bayview, San Francisco"

  1. The building appears to be still standing in 2019, according to google street view… Was the exterior somehow untouched?

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