Permits have been filed for a three-story multi-unit residential building at 1112 Shotwell Street in the Mission District, San Francisco. The project will yield three new apartments on top of a vacant portion of a lot with an existing four-unit apartment building. Kerman Morris Architects LLP is listed as responsible for the design.
These permits follow building permits filed last week to add four new ADU’s within the existing ground floor and detached garage structure. Once both permits are completed, the lots’ total density will be up to eleven units, or nearly three times the households comfortably fit without demolition. Kerman Morris Architects are expecting the construction to cost a total of $1.25 million. The developer is not listed on the permits, although it is likely the building owner who purchased the lot for $2.4 million in June of this year.
The project is just a five-minute walk from the 24th Street BART station, along the Mission’s famous commercial thoroughfare. The city’s beloved Bernal Heights park is an eight minutes bus ride with the 67.