Permits have been filed for new residencies at 289-299 Castro Street in Duboce Triangle, San Francisco. The site is between 16th street and Beaver Street. MUNI’s light rail is one block away at the Castro station.
The permit calls for the renovation of the interior of the structure. The renovation will add three residential units to the structure. The new dwelling units will be located on the building’s first floor, replacing space currently used for vehicular parking.
The existing structure stands three stories tall and boasts an elegant white facade with two jut-outs for bay windows, the city’s staple architectural style.
An estimated completion date has not been provided for the project. Construction costs are approximated at $160,000.