Permit Approval Anticipated For 1021 Valencia Street, San Francisco

1021 Valencia Street, design by BDE Architects1021 Valencia Street, design by BDE Architects

Development permits were submitted for 1021 Valencia Street in the Mission District, San Francisco, earlier in 2020. A request for Discretionary Review of the filed building permits has been submitted. The project proposal includes the demotion of the existing commercial building and construction of a new mixed-use six-story residence. The building will feature twenty-five residential units and will meet affordable housing criteria; two residential units in the structure will be listed as below-market rate. BDE Architecture is responsible for the design.

1021 Valencia Street, elevation by BDE Architects

1021 Valencia Street, elevation by BDE Architects

The dwellings include twelve one-bedroom and thirteen two-bedroom units. A 3,400 square-foot retail space will be located on the ground floor. There will also be a 750 square-foot rear yard planned to be used as restaurant space. Presently, the 6,125 square-foot site houses a two-floor building used for industrial purposes. The building, used by San Francisco Auto Works, showcases a vibrant blue facade and has a lovely triangulated crown perched atop the building.

1021 Valencia Street

1021 Valencia Street, via Google Street View

The estimated cost for construction is $9,100,000. An estimated completion date for the project has not been announced. The site is between 21st street and 22nd Street. The location is a walk and bike-friendly neighborhood and is well-serviced by MUNI bus lines like 14, 28, 38, 43, 44, and 49. A BART station via 24th St Mission Station is only five blocks from the property.

QTS Realty Trust is responsible for the development.

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