Old Tired UA Alexandria Marquee SF CA

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Alexandria Theatre

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Old Tired UA Alexandria Marquee SF CA

Now in 2021 the N is missing from the former neon marquee. Closed for many years the city of San Francisco does nothing on this movie theatre blight.

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stevenj
stevenj on February 24, 2021 at 8:35 am

terrywade…Did some digging and found the Time Space Group developer website still lists this project in 2021 as “active”. The City’s Planning Commission held a conditional use permit hearing in summer 2019 and approved the project so guessing the covid 19 pandemic slowed the whole thing down. Here is their website with photos and renderings:

TimeSpace

Here is one of the documents presented to the Planning Commission in June 2019 with historical photos and Time Space plans to incorporate the interior walls into the project as wells as elevation development plans for the 3 levels:

SF Planning Commission

The Richmond Review/Sunset Beacon article describing the plans:

Richmond Review

The adjacent parking lot condo development apparently was the first part of the project. I’ve driven out Geary Blvd numerous times recently and didn’t even notice The Alexandria Residences had been built on the lot!

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