Permits have been filed for a new residential project at 250 10th Avenue in the Richmond District of San Francisco. The project will split the lot into two and add two new condominium additions to the spot. The project is pending review. Andrew McHale of Design Line Builds is listed as the building owner.
The project will create the two units out of existing parking space, adding 1,250 square feet total of new residential space, pushing the site from 3,230 to 4,480 square feet. Herzig and Berlese Law is responsible for the filing. The firm specializes in representing condominium developments within the city and likely represents the building owner.
The address is around the corner from the Clement Street commercial thoroughfare and just two blocks from the Presidio of San Francisco National Park. The 1 Bus is just half a block away. The building sold in 2019 for $2.05 million and is currently valued at $40,000 more.