Planning permits have been filed for a new building at 2941 Broderick Street, in the Marina District of San Francisco. The development will nearly double the gross built area on-site, though it will retain the same number of residencies, two. Ken Linsteadt Architects is responsible for the design.
The existing two-unit building will be demolished to make way for the new building, set to rise just under forty feet. Construction will produce two larger multi-family units, along with a 1,645 rooftop terrace and parking for two vehicles. The design will replace the existing blocky building with a more modern infill. Its traditional windows are to be replaced with nearly floor-to-ceiling portals and a solarium on the top.
The building sold in April of last year for $2.9 million; combined with the estimated construction cost of $2.3 million, this development will cost $5.2 million for the developer, who is only listed as 2941 Broderick LLC.