Last week there were 833 building permits for $68,311,547.That’s down from the prior week, which had 870 permits for$ 81,993,500. Year to date we’re nearing the ~20,000 mark and $2BN in permits. It’s been a strong year.

The biggest building permits issued last week

350 California St, San Francisco, CA
Number of Permits: 1
Cost: ~$9,000,000
Description: 350 California is a massive building at nearly 300,000 square feet, but this permit is only $9MM and doing light modifications on the building.

650 Townsend St, San Francisco, CA
Number of Permits: 2
Cost: ~$6,000,000 + ~5,900,000
Description: 650 Townsend is another enormous office building and these two permits are for renovating empty floors. It looks like the 6th floor and 3rd floor are going to have some new tennants.

600 Arguello Bl, San Francisco, CA
Number of Permits: 1
Cost: ~$5,000,000
Description: This is a planned renovation of the Rossi Swimming Pool right off of Arguello. $5MM ought to make a nice pool! Can’t wait to join.

250 King St, 400, San Francisco, CA
Number of Permits: 1
Cost: ~$2,600,000
Description: This building permit is for one unit of a massive condo building. The description calls for rennovations to the garage and other common areas, which leads me to believe the permit was mis-filed and meant for the building.

260 King St, 401, San Francisco, CA
Number of Permits: 1
Cost: ~$2,600,000
Description: This permit is almost identical to the one above, except a different address, and, if we look closer, the owner of both units is different. Either it was filed in error or the same contractor is performing the work.

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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