Last week there were 868 building permits for $127,951,567. That’s up almost 100% from the week before, which had 836 permits for $70,361,049. For the year, we just crossed 20,000+ permits and $2BN+ in estimated costs. That’s almost $800MM more construction costs this year than last.

What were the biggest building permits issued last week?

242 Hahn St, San Francisco, CA
Number of Permits: 1
Cost: ~$70,000,000
Description: This looks like a brand new apartment building. In fact, we have no records of this property except for the building permit. They’re proposing a 5 story structure that will have 167 apartments in the Sunnydale area.

1 Church St, San Francisco, CA
Number of Permits: 1
Cost: 11,000,000
Description: 1 Church Street is already an apartment building with 96 units. This $11MM permit adds scope to an already processed construction job.

299 2nd St, San Francisco, CA
Number of Permits: 1
Cost: ~$6,300,000
Description: This financial district hotel is undergoing a selective remodel of the exterior.

220 Post St, San Francisco, CA
Number of Permits: 1
Cost: ~$3,000,000
Description: 220 Post is a retail space. They’re undergoing a small renovation and adding a staircase.

2500 Turk Blvd, San Francisco, CA
Number of Permits: 1
Cost: ~$1,980,000
Description: Turk is zoned as a school because it’s on USF’s property, but its really a vacant lot on the property. This permit is for a retaining wall.

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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