A new rendering has been revealed along with an application for a project review meeting of 4199 Mission Street, a six-story residential building in Excelsior, San Francisco. Thirty-nine units are proposed, including affordable housing. Ronald Mallia of RJM Properties is responsible for the development, operating through 4199 Mission Street LLC.
According to the most recent planning documents, the project will include one less unit than initially filed. The 65-foot tall project would yield 53,890 square feet, providing 44,100 square feet for residential use and 4,390 square feet for parking. Of the 39 units, there will be five studios, 14 one-bedrooms, 16 two-bedrooms, and four three-bedroom units. Parking will be included for 18 vehicles and 40 bicycles.
The applicant is using the SF Home Program at tier 3, expanding the allowed development by two floors for a minimum of 30% affordable units. The program will guarantee twelve affordable dwelling units in 4199 Mission Street.
Gary Gee Architects is responsible for the design. The structure will be covered with light stucco cladding above a darker podium. Private triangular balconies will be built at the corner of Mission and Ney Street for a dramatic aesthetic. Residents will get views across the neighborhood from the rooftop outdoor deck.
Residents will be just nine minutes from the Brutalist icon Glen Park BART Station, subject of a Curbed SF love letter published in September 2017.
The project application estimates construction will cost $8.5 million, lasting 12 to 24 months from groundbreaking to completion. The project will include the demolition of an existing gas station. It has not yet been determined if units will be for rental or ownership.