“Now that the Port has endorsed their latest project updates and Term Sheet, the Giants are waiting on Board approval to move into EIR for the 3.6 million square foot, $1.6 billion mixed use development, which encompasses Pier 48 and Seawall Lot 337.”
Development Watch: Mission Rock Gets Ready to Play Ball [Curbed] [Biz Times]

“901 Battery is a 4-story plus basement, 88,668 square foot office building, located in the Jackson Square-North Waterfront submarket. “
Swig, Medley partner on Jackson Square investment [Biz Times]

“A now outdated rule of thumb in determining home values was for Realtors or appraisers to use three comparable sales, or ‘comps’ to set a price for a given home.”
Unveiling the Mystery of “Comps”[Curbed]

“We really want to see the short cuts stop and let this project roll forward with the full and fair scrutiny that any other project of its size and significance would get in San Francisco”
Warriors San Francisco Waterfront Arena Debate To Begin [KCBS]

“The Golden State Warriors and city officials travel to Sacramento on Monday to try to win the Legislature’s clearance for the team’s proposed 17,500-seat arena on San Francisco’s waterfront.” (third item) [Chron]

“It was initially planned as an airport for Pan American World Airways flying boats, but instead was created from frill dredged from the bay for The Golden Gate International Exposition.”
Hidden Histories: Treasure Island, “The Magic City” [Curbed]

“Fritzi Realty has tapped Colliers International to market 41 Tehama, a 19,275 square foot lot currently used for parking. “
New Transbay site on block, could top $48M [Biz Times]

“At the outset of the tenancy, there is no statutory requirement for the landlord to conduct a prelease or move-in inspection for damage and deterioration to the unit.”
Landlord must prove deposit deductions [Ex]

“The collapse of a financial partnership behind two major developments totaling 20,000 units casts a long shadow over the city’s future.”
Collapsed city projects [Chron]

“In the apartment of the future, tenants will watch lots of TV on very big screens, and maybe that will make them think they are someplace else, someplace with elbow room.”
Sleep tight: S.F.’s micro apartments [Chron]

the author

Eve Batey is the editor and publisher of the San Francisco Appeal. She used to be the San Francisco Chronicle's Deputy Managing Editor for Online, and started at the Chronicle as their blogging and interactive editor. Before that, she was a co-founding writer and the lead editor of SFist. She's been in the city since 1997, presently living in the Outer Sunset with her husband, cat, and dog. You can reach Eve at eve@sfappeal.com.

Please make sure your comment adheres to our comment policy. If it doesn't, it may be deleted. Repeat violations may cause us to revoke your commenting privileges. No one wants that!