Demolish the existing one-story commercial building and construct an 8-story mixed-use building containing 95 residential dwelling units.
Affordable Housing Units: 22
- 22 permanently affordable dwelling units (At least 10 percent of the affordable housing units would have to be available to very low-income residents who earn 55-65 % of the average median income ($44,400 to $52,455)).
- 64 studio units (~344 square feet)
- 29 two-bedroom units (~700 to 811 square feet)
- 2 three-bedroom units (~900 to 1,006 square feet)
- Usable open space (~5,576 square feet) shared rooftop deck.
- Two interior courtyards on the 2nd floor totaling ~ 1,787 square feet would provide additional non-qualifying open space.
- 16 off-street parking spaces would be located behind the ground floor commercial space and beneath the residential lobby and lounge, and would be accessed via a relocated curb cut on Geary Boulevard. One other existing curb cut on Masonic Avenue would be removed.
- 112 Class 1 bicycle parking spaces would be provided in a secure, weather protected area on the ground floor level.
- 8 Class 2 bicycle parking spaces would be provided outside along the Geary Boulevard and Masonic Avenue sidewalks.
Status: Approved as a special use district on 3/16/18 by the SF Board of Supervisors. More detail can be found here
To implement the proposed project, amendments to the Planning Code and Zoning Map, by means of a Special Use District, are required.
Developer: SoMa Development Partners
Architect: rg architecture
The above information is from the Planning Commission docs and might no longer be accurate.