Planning permits have been filed for a new seven-story mixed-use building at 2318 Mission Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. The building comes in the heart of the Mission District, nearly equidistant between the 16th Street and 24th Street BART stations. The structure will yield a total 34 units across all floors. A city developer is not listed on public documents.
If approved, the project will merge three parcels and demolish most of the three structures, no higher than two floors with a total yield of 9,470 square feet. Their facades will be preserved to make for recessed residential entries.In their place, the 85-foot building will yield a total 39,110 square feet. The structure will include two independent commercial spaces across 1,290 square feet, and 34 units, of which six will be sold as affordable. The apartments will vary in size, with 10 studios, 10 single-beds, and 14 two-beds.The project was also able to benefit from the Density Bonus Law, which encourages affordable housing. 38 bicycle parking spaces will be provided on site. Two residencies on the ground floor will have access to private rear yards, while the remaining residents benefit from a common space courtyard.
The building comes just three blocks from the 16th Street Mission BART station, serviced by the Blue, Green, Red, and Yellow lines. Three blocks to its west is the famous Mission Dolores Park.
The Kaplan Family Trust was listed as the building owners responsible for another plan in late 2019, with design by Workshop 1 and an estimated cost of $5.5 million. City records show no sales between that period, though this is not conclusive.