A new application has been filed revealing updated project details for an eight-story mixed-use building at 988 Harrison Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The proposal would create 100 new dwelling units along with ground-level retail. JS Sullivan Development is responsible for the project, taking over earlier plans by Workshop1.
The 84-foot tall structure will yield 91,500 square feet with 82,310 square feet dedicated to residential use and 6,490 square feet for ground-level retail and 8,720 square feet for a common rooftop deck. An inner-block courtyard will also be available on the second level. Unit sizes range from studios to three bedrooms, with mostly one or two-bedroom units.
RG Architecture is responsible for the design. The facade will be clad with fiber cement panels and exposed concrete. Angular windows will offer improved views from the floor-to-ceiling residential windows.
Parking will be included on-site for 73 basement-level vehicles and 134 bicycles connected to the residential lobby. The retail will be facing toward 6th Street.
The corner-lot development will replace a vacant gas station. The initial proposal by Workshop1, approved in 2016, was designed by workshop1 with Kerman Morris Architects as the architect of record.
Construction is expected to cost over $30 million, with an estimated timeline for construction not yet shared.
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hmm.., the construction cost only comes out to $330 dollar a square foot. How is that possible in SF?