Plans for a project review meeting have been filed for a bathhouse for 1606 Harrison Street at the southern edge of SoMa, San Francisco. The development is being filed by the founder of Map n Scale, Chris Davidson, who has real estate investment experience.
The proposed business will be a part of the surrounding area’s active LGBTQ+ community. The permits specify that it will be for the community in SoMa, though this property’s proximity to the Mission District, culturally the heart of the pride community, is unmissable. Cushman & Wakefield and an unnamed architect will be included in the development. The project will span between 7,500 to 12,000 square feet. The planning application also clarifies they are looking for advice on if 1606 Harrison Street will have appropriate zoning for their proposal or if another address should be selected.
The existing structure was built in 1928, containing nine rooms for industrial use. There is no record of a recent sale available to the public, with the city assessor most recently valuing the site at $57,000.
The address borders the Mission District and is just a ten-minute walk from the Mission District’s 16th Street Mission BART station.