New building permits have been filed for a new building at 315 Rutledge Street in the Bernal Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. The address is five minutes north of the neighborhood’s namesake Bernal Heights park and over twenty minutes from the 24th Street Mission BART station by foot. San Francisco-based Does Architecture is responsible for the design.
The 37-foot tall structure will yield 2,480 square feet for residential habitation, 530 square feet for parking, and 267 square feet primed for solar panel installation. The three-story proposal will contain four beds, nearly four baths, and parking on-site for two vehicles.
The development will replace a vacant lot with a single-family home. While the lot has been vacant for over the decade, city records show that a three-unit building occupied the parcel in the late 1970s.
An expected completion date is not specified. The property sold in Mid-March of 2020 for $500,000, and the building permits estimate construction will cost $650,000. Kevin Parkin is listed as the property owner.