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Size Upon Req.$395,000
Former portion of Union Pacific Railroad spur track right of way with entry from Egbert Avenue, abutting 1755 Egbert Avenue. Surrounded by industrial uses. The Property is zoned M-1 (light industrial) and is 17 feet wide, making this property most suitable for open storage of equipment and materials and for parking uses, and would be suitable for a general contractor's yard due to its narrow shape. Cannot be built on. Close proximity to the Third Street corridor. Interested parties would need to check with the City of San Francisco and satisfy themselves on any proposed uses, the zoning and general plan. The Property will be sold in its entirety as a legal parcel and will not be subdivided. Property to be sold "as is", with a release and indemnity to the Owner on the condition of the Property, including the environmental condition. Buyer will have time while under contract to perform its own environmental assessment and other feasibility studies.
56 Unit project, 33 One Bedroom Units, 23 Two Bedroom + Units, 6 BMR Units, 55,201 sq ft Building, Zoning NCD, Approved Project!
Size Upon Req.$4,000,000
This remarkable parcel offers a rare in-fill development opportunity in the prized Outer Clement Neighborhood Commercial District. Zoned NCD allowing for an approximate 40 foot height limit, the property may allow for development of 17 residential units and ground-floor commercial space. Located in the thriving Central Richmond, the property is surrounded by popular shops and restaurants of Clement Street. Parking and billboard leases are month to month and generate approximately $58,020 yearly. Potential buyers are advised to independently verify the site' s development potential.
Size Upon Req.$3,500,000
Rare development opportunity in San Francisco consisting of 20,086 SF, or nearly 1/2 an acre in a heavily supply constrained market with limited available sites for new construction. NC-1 (Neighborhood Commercial Cluster) allows for development of 25 dwelling units or 50 senior housing units plus ground floor commercial is allowed with all scenarios. 40 ft. height limit. Group Housing uses would allow increased density. The neighborhood is undergoing radical transformation with numerous redevelopment projects in the immediate area. Severe housing constraints in the region are causing high demand for in-fill location development.
Size Upon Req.$1,299,000
Development Project. 7 condo and 6 car parking development project. Current 2 unit aparment and commercial building is not a historical reasorce. Pre Planning application submitted and returned. Enviromental Evaluation Application submitted and approved. New mediacal building next door.
Size Upon Req.$1,800,000
Property Features: -Dimensions: +/- 25' x 80' - Zoning: UMU -Approved for 4-Story single family dwelling
52 acresPrice Upon Req.
Once in a lifetime opportunity to acquire a large, close-in view property located in unincorporated Marin County, bordering Sausalito and Mill Valley. The property features a reasonable topography, breathtaking views, and sits adjacent to existing residential development.
Size Upon Req.$1,950,000
Large corner lot, ideally zoned for residential development. Has been operated as a ConecoPhillips 76 gas station and mechanic shop for many years. In-place income while getting permits for development. Current income is about $7,880 per month with 2% annual increase.
" Year Built: 1900 (225 Shipley St) and 1922 (227 Shipley St) - per assessor records. " Zoning: MUR - Mixed Use-Residential, Eastern SOMA Planning Neighborhood. " Height Limit: 45-X. " Assessor parcel numbers: 3753-099 and 3753-098. " Building Size: Approximately 1,995 square feet total. " Lot size: Approximately 3,750 sq. ft. - 50 ft frontage x 75 ft deep (2 parcels 1,875 sq. ft. each).
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770 Woolsey Street is a vacant approximately 2.2 acre former nursery located six blocks west of Highway 101. It is situated in a predominately residential neighborhood and is currently zoned RH-1 (One Family Residential) with a 40-X height limit (consult the San Francisco Planning Department for regulations and restrictions regarding development). This allows for the development of 34 single family residences on their own separate parcels. A Planned Use Development (PUD) may allow for the the doubling of the density, however this would require a Conditional Use Permit and is not guaranteed. The 770 Woolsey Street development site represents a rare opportunity to develop new housing within an established residential neighborhood. This project is ideally suited for a developer ready to capitalize on the high barrier to entry, land restricted San Francisco market.