The San Francisco planning commission has approved two seven-story office buildings at 474 Bryant and 77 Stillman Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The development will feature design from the internationally acclaimed Woods Bagot architecture firm. San Francisco-based Aralon Properties is responsible for the development, operating through 474 Bryant LLC.
The two 85-foot structures yield a combined 123,490 square feet, with 6,520 square feet of parking for 26 vehicles, 17,130 square feet of ground-level light manufacturing, 2,140 square between two bicycle rooms, and 3,400 square feet of open space.
Woods Bagot is the architecture firm behind the design. The Australia-based firm has a wide global high-profile portfolio that showcases distinct creativity. The studio’s approach to Aralon’s project will be most eye-catching with solid-red metal and terracotta facade on 77 Stillman. Conversely, 474 Bryant features grey metallic mullions, perforated shaders, and a board-formed concrete wall. Beyond that, the design is creatively limited by its nature of being on infill parcels.
77 Stillman Street will have 49,830 square feet of offices, with 49,999 square feet of office space in 474 Bryant Street. With office proposals in San Francisco, projects need to apply for space from the Office Development Annual Limitation program, regulating office production. Despite that the two structures would individually qualify for the Small Allocation Projects, which has a cap of 49,999 square feet, it received Large Project Authorization for proposing 99,830 square feet of office development.
City records show the property last sold in 2007 for $4.325 million. The construction job is expected to last over 18 months with a price tag of around $9.3 million.