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With new proposals for slightly fewer units of housing than finished construction last quarter, the overall pipeline of apartments and condos under development in San Francisco slipped by a hundred to 63,300. In addition to 7,000 new units of housing that are currently under construction and should be ready for occupancy within the next year […] ..READ MORE +


In an attempt to assuage concerns that the proposed four-story building to replace the shuttered Western Plywood warehouse at 2600 Harrison Street in the Mission is incompatible with the “design, scale and mass” of the neighborhood, Kerman Morris Architects has redesigned the project. The new design reduces the street-level wall along Harrison, includes a more […] ..READ MORE +


As we wrote in June: “The nearly identical sister home to 862 Wood Street in the Lower Bottoms neighborhood of West Oakland, which was listed for $824,500 in April and sold for $1,025,000 last month, has just been listed as well. While the best comp for 864 Wood Street would seem to be 862 Wood, […] ..READ MORE +

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This is only a test Earlier this week, the tip of the impossible-to-miss Salesforce Tower lit up in multi-colored hues. That’s because the tower is in the process of testing out their upcoming LED light piece by visual artist Jim Campbell. “We may have more testing within the next few weeks, but we don’t have a set schedule,” Cheryl Sanclemente, director of corporate communications at Salesforce, tells Curbed SF. As for when exactly the final light p ..READ MORE +


Corporate transparency gone awry It’s no secret that few, if any, tech workers possess the feline-like grace and poise of a corps de ballet. Which makes the following understandable: Employees inside the new Apple Park headquarters keep walking into the circular building’s many curved glass walls. It’s not polite to laugh. According to Time magazine, some employees, attached to their iPhones, neither sense nor see the see-through walls coming at their no ..READ MORE +


Charming 2BD/2BA Home w/Views + Rented Cottage. Custom Kitchen, Expansive Patio & Deck, & Dog Run, Full Basement. A+ Village Location, 2 Separate Garages, 90 Walk Score. 331 Ellsworth Street, San Francisco, CA 94110*Wendy Storch, 415.519.6091, Wendy@WendyStorch.com [SOTHEBY’S] http://www.331ellsworth.com/ ..READ MORE +

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Alphabet's self-driving car division has received approval from the state of Arizona to operate as a transportation networking company (TNC), Quartz reported Friday, putting the Mountain View-based company in direct competition with ride-hailing giant Uber Technologies. Alphabet's Waymo division already offers complimentary test rides in its self-driving minivans in and around Phoenix, but the TNC approval on Jan. 24 seals its status as a direct competitor to Uber ..READ MORE +


Arcus Biosciences Inc., launched by scientists after the $1.25 billion buyout of their previous company, hopes to raise $100 million in an initial public offering to pursue an aggressive clinical trial schedule for drugs that help the immune system find and attack cancer. The 83-employee Hayward company's IPO filing Friday with the Securities and Exchange Commission said the cash will fund clinical development of its main drugs, called AB-928 and AB-122, and suppor ..READ MORE +


The amount of venture funding that goes to startups led by women remains quite small, with PitchBook Data reporting they got just 2.2 percent of the $85 billion invested by venture capitalists in 2017. The good news is that's up from 1.9 percent in 2016 and the most since PitchBook began keeping track of the numbers. Three firms — 500 Startups, New Enterprise Associates and Golden Seeds — each closed more than 100 deals backing female-founded companies in the ..READ MORE +

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San Francisco Magazine Erin Feher Thomas Kuoh A designer finally gets to show her true colors when she meets her unlikely aesthetic soul mate.   Images and Captions:  ..READ MORE +


San Francisco Magazine Candace Jackson Courtesy of the Companies Concerns over affordability and sustainability are making this the golden age of the additional backyard dwelling unit. A guide to going big by building small.   Could the ..READ MORE +


San Francisco Magazine Candace Jackson Shawn-Paul Lutchin, Courtesy of Valley Home Development, Courtesy of New Avenue Homes Five homeowners who've made room for granny.   Images and Captions:  ..READ MORE +

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