Construction Underway for 714-716 Rhode Island Street, Potrero Hill, San Francisco

714 Rhode Island Street Rendering714 Rhode Island Street Rendering via McMahon Architects

A new residential project is in the works at 714-716 Rhode Island in Potrero Hill, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of a two-family home, offering condominiums at market rate. Plans call for the demolition of the exisiting two-story single-unit building on the site.

McMahon Architects is responsible for the design concepts.

714 Rhode Island Street Elevation

714 Rhode Island Street Elevation via McMahon Architects

714 Rhode Island Street View

714 Rhode Island Street View via Google Maps

The property site is a parcel spanning an area of 2,500 square feet. The project proposes to construct two condominiums into a five-story building, spanning an area of 6,348 square feet. The condominiums will be offered as a mix of three-bedroom dwelling units. The lower unit will span an area of 2,641 square feet and the upper unit will measure an area of 2,260 square feet. The residential project will feature garage space with a capacity of three vehicles, measuring an area of 886 square feet. Four Class 1 bike parking spaces will be provided at the ground floor level.

714 Rhode Island Street

714 Rhode Island Street via McMahon Architects

Renderings reveal a facade clad in stucco and painted wood sidings. Residents will be able to access rooftop space through the fifth floor. The estimated construction timeline and market availability have not been announced yet.

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2 Comments on "Construction Underway for 714-716 Rhode Island Street, Potrero Hill, San Francisco"

  1. Save money and or make more people living space by eliminating the unnecessary housing for 3 cars.

    • I’m looking forward to the day (no doubt decades from now) when you grow up and realize your utopian urban vision is overcrowded with people crammed into every nook and cranny (think Hong Kong) with bicycles hanging on interior walls or exterior balconies. Get a life and stop obsessing about motor (including electric) vehicles.

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