It looks like there is a pretty steady trend developing. For the week of May 14th, there were 867 permits filed for $78MM. The week before saw 861 permits for $92MM total.

This brings us to nearly 16k permits for a total of $1,651,264,086. At this point last year, there were 14,198 permits for $929,528,919, so it’s looking like a strong year.

What are the biggest building permits issued last week?

793 South Van Ness Av, San Francisco, CA
Number of Permits: 1
Cost: ~$18,500,000
Description: This is basically a parking lot right now and the owners want to turn it into a 7 story apartment building in the Mission District.

50 Bowling Green Dr, San Francisco, CA
Number of Permits: 1
Cost: ~$17,013,752 Description: Surprisingly, we even have a permit for San Franicsco’s Golden Gate Park. This permit is right in the hear of GG Park and it’s going to erect a one story recreation building.

125 Bay Shore Blvd, San Francisco, CA
Number of Permits: 1
Cost: ~$2,000,000 Description: This building permit is changing the existing industrial structure on the lot into a homeless shelter. Kudos to the property owner! Great cause!

Data courtesy of Local Insights

Mike Hardy

Mike is the founder of Local Insights, a real-time data provider for property records, building permits, and tax assessments

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