New renderings have been revealed from planning documents for a twelve-story group housing project at 300 De Haro Street in Potrero Hill, San Francisco. The recent iteration of the proposal is poised to create 450 co-living units on the neighborhood border with SoMa, including affordable housing. DM Development is responsible for the project, with BAR Architects in charge of design.
The proposed structure will be wrapped with floor-to-ceiling windows and dark grey patterned bricks. Intricate wood features will be used to decorate portions of the ground level installed beside high-quality architectural concrete. Dark bronze metal will frame the transparent retail curtain wall windows.
The 120-foot tall structure will yield 216,890 square feet, with 134,360 square feet of rentable residential space, 24,590 square feet for amenities, 3,580 square feet for retail use, and 2,780 square feet for 150 to 180 bicycle parking spaces. Vehicular parking will be included for 35-53 vehicles using second-level stackers.
The project includes affordable housing because of the State Density bonus from Senate Bill 35. Over half of the units will be affordable, for a total of 239 affordable units. These affordable units will be offered at various tiers, with 40 units to be priced for residents earning 50-55% of the Area Median Income, i.e., AMI, 185 at 80% AMI, and 14 at 110% AMI.
The project includes a 6,570 square foot elevated landscape podium on the second level among other well-designed indoor and common outdoor spaces. Fletcher Studio is the landscape architect. The rooftop will include 2,625 square feet of solar panels.
The project is located across from a retail-rich low-density commercial design district in SoMa, nearby the San Francisco campus for the California College of the Arts. The block is serviced by the SFMTA’s 19, 22, and 55 bus lines.