The Pink Painted Lady on Postcard Row has hit the market again. 714 Steiner Street was purchased by Leah Culver, a senior Twitter engineer in January of 2020. Culver shared her efforts to renovate the project on social media, along with approved permits to restore the project with design by David Armour Architecture. Now, the San Francisco landmark is on the market again for $3.55 million, the same price it sold for over two years ago.
A project review meeting has been requested to review plans for a vacant portion of the lot with a four-story residential development at 945 Scott Street in the Western Addition, San Francisco. Plans were initially filed in 2018 to build two units on half of the lot. The applicant is considering at least six new units, including affordable housing. Studio 12 Architecture, a local design firm, is responsible for the application.
New renderings have been revealed for an eight-story residential infill at 618 Octavia Street, within San Francisco’s Western Addition neighborhood. The project will replace a four-unit apartment complex with 40 new homes, including replacement apartments for the current residents. March Capital Fund is sponsoring the development.
The Target Corporation has requested a project review meeting to consider a new retail location in an existing mixed-use building at 1336 Post Street in the Western Addition neighborhood of San Francisco. If built, the new Target would span 34,600 square feet, a significant footprint but is just a third of Target’s typical stores. Given the exploratory condition of the proposal, it is too early to speculate about the broader implications of the project review meeting request.
A 139-year old Victorian Home, named the Englander House, has been cleared from the parcel at 807 Franklin Street for a proposed eight-story infill. The ornate building has been transported half a mile to a new location at 635 Fulton Street, staying in the Western Addition neighborhood of San Francisco. Brown and Company are the property owners.