The San Francisco planning commission is expected to approve Conditional Use Authorization for the adaptive re-use of 1776 Green Street, located on the border between Pacific Heights and Cow Hollow. The project will expand an existing two-story automotive repair space into a four-story multi-unit residential building while retaining much of the existing facade. Sutro Architects is responsible for the development.
The 44-foot expansion will produce five new apartments, each offering three bedrooms. The building will go from 13,410 square feet to housing 27,120 square feet, split between residential and garage use. Parking is included within the basement for six bicycles and twelve vehicles. Residents will benefit from a private backyard court and terraces rounding up to 3,910 square feet of open space across the site.
Sutro Architects are responsible for the design. Drafted renderings reveal the proposal will do little to alter the aesthetic, matching the rooftop addition with the existing building and repainting both white.
San Francisco-based Local Capital Group is responsible for the proposal. Development plans appear close to approval, after which point the developers will be able to file for building permits and begin the adaptation.