Developers have requested a project review meeting for a proposed nine-story infill at 1010 Mission Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The meeting comes as a new planning document show more detailed designs. If built, the project would produce 57 single-room-occupancy dwelling units above ground-level retail. SIA Consulting is managing the project and design.
The project design features modern bay windows facing Jessie Street, with a simple dark red brick skin extending from the base to the seventh floor facing Mission. The eighth and ninth level facades will be covered with white plaster, and the ninth story features a setback to shorten the building visually. The open space at ground level will be included in the center of the building to function as a light well.
The 79-foot tall proposal would yield 28,330 square feet, with 20,170 square feet dedicated to residential use and 400 square feet for the ground-level retail. Parking will be included for 57 bicycles in a 246 square foot room.
According to the planning documents, the apartment building does not extend to the 160-foot allowable building height limit.
1010 Mission Street LLC is listed as the property owner. The construction job is expected to cost $5 million. The parcel was recently sold in 2019 for $1.6 million. An estimated timeline for construction has not yet been established.
The site is between the sixth and seventh street and about three blocks from the Powell Street BART station.