Demolition of five of the six existing CPMC hospital buildings, including a five-story accessory parking garage and demolition of a two-level, below-grade parking structure. Construction of 273 dwelling units, including 14 single-family homes and 19 multi-family residential buildings with studios and one-, two-,three-, and four-bedroom units.
Status: Notice of Preparation of an Environmental Impact Report filed on 09/18/18. More detail can be found here.
Affordable Housing Units: Zero (none specified)
- Renovation and adaptive re-use of a portion of the Marshal Hale hospital building at 3698 California Street to residential use
- Retention and renovation of the existing nine-unit residential building at 401 Cherry Street
- Construction of 31 new residential buildings, including some accessory amenity spaces comprised of landscaped common areas and a resident fitness facility.
- With project development, the residential buildings on the project site would contain 273 dwelling units, including 14 single-family homes and 19 multi-family residential buildings with studios and one-, two-, three-, and four-bedroom units.
- The new development would reflect the design and scale of the existing neighborhood.
- The proposed project would be constructed on three blocks, with residential buildings ranging from three to seven stories (36 to 80 feet).
- With the exception of 12 of the 14 proposed single-family homes that would be on separate lots, all residential buildings would be situated above below-grade parking podiums on each block.
- A total of 416 parking spaces would be provided, consisting of 392 subterranean spaces in podiums and 24 private spaces located within the 12 single-family residences on separate lots.
- The proposed project would include shared onsite amenity space, comprised of a resident fitness facility, and approximately 86,200 square feet of private and common open space areas for residents.
Zoning: The project sponsor is seeking Conditional Use Authorization and Planned Unit Development approval for height and certain planning code exceptions. The 14 existing parcels comprising the project site would be merged and subdivided into 16 parcels.
Developer: TMG Partners
Architect: Robert A.M. Stern Architects