San Francisco is planning to rise a 220- room hotel right in the middle of the convention hub. This plan should be approved by Thursday thus leaving it clear of whether the 11-story structure will rise up or stay in the books.
A new, 220-room hotel could spring up in South of Market right in the middle of San Francisco’s convention hub.
There currently sits an approximately 30-foot-tall building on Fourth Street between Howard and Folsom streets that houses Olivet Theological University. But under a proposal that is scheduled for approval Thursday at the Planning Commission, that low-slung building would be razed to make room for an 11-story, 220-room hotel, according to documents.