A project review meeting has been requested to consider plans to convert office space to senior housing at 369 Broadway on the northern edge of San Francisco’s Financial District. The project would convert 8,770 square feet into 21 studio dwelling units for senior housing. North East Medical Services, or NEMS, is responsible for the development.
The proposed redevelopment will gut the three-story structure, dedicated 5,420 square feet of the 8,770 square feet for residential use. Senior residents will have access to amenities on the rooftop terrace with a lounge space and landscaping. Residents will be close to the Exploratorium along the Embarcadero, with Portsmouth Square seven minutes away and the Embarcadero BART Station fifteen minutes away on foot.
ED2 International is responsible for the architectural work. The odd L-shaped floorplan will have a long interior hallway extending from Broadway to Bartol Street. Five units will be fit into the ground level, with eight units on the second and third floor.
NEMS is a non-profit community health center aiding underserved Asian populations based in San Francisco.
City records show that the property was last sold in December 2012 for $2.85 million.