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Permits Filed for 5012 3rd Street, Bayview, San Francisco

5012 3rd Street highlighting the bay window design feature, rendering by TC Studio5012 3rd Street highlighting the bay window design feature, rendering by TC Studio

New building permits have been filed for a mixed-use project at 5012 3rd Street in San Francisco’s Bayview neighborhood. The proposal would add 29 new dwelling units to the city’s housing market, including some affordable units. TC Studio is the project architect.

5012 3rd Street frontal view, rendering by TC Studio

5012 3rd Street frontal view, rendering by TC Studio

The 69-foot tall structure will yield 25,400 square feet with 18,570 square feet dedicated to residential use and 700 square feet for ground-level commercial retail. Parking will be included for 31 bicycles and no vehicles, in a decision that will allow cheaper construction, lower residents’ carbon footprint, and promote public transportation.

Of the 29 apartments, nine will be priced as affordable housing. Planning documents suggest the development will offer the residences for ownership. Unit sizes will range between 400 and 1,000 square feet each with eight studios, eight one-bedroom, ten two-bedroom, and three three-bedroom units.

5012 3rd Street, rendering by TC Studio

5012 3rd Street, rendering by TC Studio

5012 3rd Street, image via Google Street View

5012 3rd Street, image via Google Street View

The property is located along the 3rd Street commercial thoroughfare between Quesada Avenue, Revere Avenue, and Bayview Street. The location is rich with transit, including the KT light rail line.

5012 3rd Street vertical elevation, illustration by TC Studio

5012 3rd Street vertical elevation, illustration by TC Studio

While previous project applications estimate construction will cost $2 million, the latest building permit ballparks construction will cost $5 million, a more realistic estimate of $172,420 per unit. An estimated timeline for completion has not yet been established.

Phillip Chen, a Peninsula resident and not the Southern Californian State Assemblyman, is listed as the property owner, and C J Construction is listed as the project contact.

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3 Comments on "Permits Filed for 5012 3rd Street, Bayview, San Francisco"

  1. That is one UGLY building! Not providing parking is terrible. Putting more of a strain on the neighborhood.
    People will still need to use their cars. Stupid idea.

  2. I disagree with providing parking. This building is literally right next to the underutilized T-Third line.

  3. Thanks for planning for public transportation and bicycles, hopefully the bike parking allots for all types of bikes to include cargo bikes and electric bikes

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