Development permits have been filed seeking the approval of constructing a new four-story residential building at 1868 Greenwich Street in Cow Hollow, San Francisco. The project proposal requests for Conditional Use Authorization pursuant to allow the demolition of the existing double-story single-family residence occupying an area of 1,636 square feet at the rear of the project site. Nova Designs + Builds is managing the design concepts and construction of the project. Fabien Lannoye is the project sponsor.
The project site is a 3, 437 square-foot lot. Renderings reveal a building rising to a height of forty feet, housing two new units. The residential structure will occupy an area of 7,178 square feet. The residences are offered as a mix of one five-bedroom unit on the upper three floors, spanning across an area of 5,287 square feet, and one two-bedroom unit on the ground floor, measuring approximately 1,266 square feet.
The property includes 1,191 square feet of private open space in the rear yard for the lower unit and a total of 550 square feet of private open space on the second and third floor roof terraces for the upper unit. Two off-street vehicle parking spaces and two Class 1 bicycle parking spaces are included.
The property is located on the north side, between Laguna and Octavia Street.