Plans are under review to make adaptive reuse of the existing building at 350 San Jose Avenue to more than triple residential capacity. The property is in San Francisco’s Mission District, seven minutes from the 24th Street Mission BART station by foot. Most remarkably, the proposal requires moving the existing building fifteen feet forward toward the sidewalk. SIA Consulting is behind the development process and design.
The proposed three-story expansion will result in 12,250 square feet of floor area, of which 11,240 square feet will be habitable. Residents will have 1,520 square feet of common open space and 2,290 square feet of private open space.
The existing two-story building contains four dwelling units. At full build-out, SIA Consulting hopes to be able to market 13 residences. Six units will be one-bedroom, six will be two-bedroom, and one will be a studio ADU.
Vanguard Properties is responsible for the development as the property owner after purchasing the site for $2.05 million in late 2017. Construction is expected to cost $3.6 million, with an estimated timeline not yet established.