Development plans are under consideration for the adaptive reuse of 48 Stockton Street, i.e., the Barneys Building, in Tenderloin, San Francisco. The proposal is to convert the existing retail hub to part-retail and part-offices across from 2 Stockton, 100 Stockton, and Union Square. Strada Investment Group is the sponsor responsible for the development.
Gensler is leading the redevelopment’s architectural work. In fact, Gensler is responsible for the office conversion of 2 Stockton, 48 Stockton, and 100 Stockton Street, with the first two also sponsored by Strada.
The adaptive reuse of 48 Stockton Street will make no alterations to the historic facade. Page & Turnbull will be responsible for this, among other aspects of the project, as the historic preservation consultant. The building is listed as a category one significant historic resource.
As it exists now, the development consists of 64,270 square feet of retail spread across six floors and a basement level. The adaptive reuse proposes 22,660 square of retail to remain across the basement and first two floors. The top four levels will provide 37,400 square feet of office space. Parking will be included for 24 bicycles, along with three showers and 18 lockers.
The development team is hoping to receive approval for CEQA. The construction job is expected to last just about a year. The planning commission is expected to review the project by April 15th in a public meeting. Information about how to join can be found here.