Permits have been filed for a new mixed-use project proposed at 600 20th Street in Dogpatch, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of a five-story building offering office and laboratory spaces. Plans call for the demolition of a 9,200 square foot two-story commercial building constructed in 1972.
Mindful Investments LP is the property owner. Workshop 1 is responsible for the design concepts and construction.
The project site is a parcel spanning an area of 5,500 square feet. The project proposes a five-story building with a basement, offering spaces for office and laboratory use. The building will house spaces for laboratory use spanning 16,132 square feet and an office area measuring an area of 8,684 square feet. Open usable space spanning an area of 2,130 square feet is also proposed. Ten bicycle parking spaces will be available on the site. The building will feature a 500 square-foot solar roof.
The building will rise to a height of 68 feet and will yield a total built-up area of 24,816 square feet. The building plans feature a laboratory on floors 1, 2, and 3, measuring an area of 12,921 square feet. Offices will be constructed on floors 4 and 5, measuring 6,956 gross square feet.
Onsite services including elevators, stairwells, restrooms, electrical, transformer, trash, cistern, and shower & locker rooms, serving both uses across all floors.
The cost of construction is $4.6million. The property site is located in the Dogpatch neighborhood in the Central Waterfront Planning Area within a block bounded by 20th Street to the south, Illinois Street to the East, Third Street to the west, and 21st Street to the north.