Lower Haight

Sacred Heart Church aerial view, image by Google Satellite

Permits to Convert Church to Housing at 554 Fillmore Street, Lower Haight, San Francisco

Updated plans have been filed to convert a former church at 554 Fillmore Street into a mixed-use development with housing and an event space in San Francisco’s Lower Haight. The adaptive reuse expects to retain much of the former Sacred Heart Church’s exterior and nave while creating five floors for housing on the eastern end. The Pollard Group is sponsoring the project.

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400 Divisadero Street, rendering by BDE Architecture

Several Demolition Permits Filed for 400 Divisadero Street, Lower Haight, San Francisco

Several demolition permits have been filed to clear the way for 400 Divisadero Street, a residential infill at the corner of Oak Street in San Francisco’s Lower Haight neighborhood. The long-planned development is aiming to replace two car-oriented structures and low-density buildings with 186 new homes. Genesis CA Development is listed as the project developer.

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