A preliminary project has been submitted to the city for a new self-storage building at 241 Loomis Street in Bayview, San Francisco. The four-story structure will replace a surface parking lot in the industrial pocket between Highway 101 and I-280. Jordan Sills of J2 Properties is responsible for the application.
The 55-foot tall structure will rise from the 0.7-acre lot to yield 119,790 square feet, of which 108,490 square feet will be dedicated to the 850-1,100 storage units inside. Along with self-storage, the ground levels will include 11,310 square feet for accessory parking, with a capacity for eight cars, four bikes, and three loading spaces. Eight street streets will be retained from the project.
Jackson Liles Architecture, a San Francisco-bassed firm started in 2005, is responsible for the design. The studio’s portfolio ranges from retail and civic spaces to yet more industrial buildings, including 2270 McKinnon Avenue, just nine minutes away from 241 Loomis by foot.
Construction is expected to cost $13.2 million, with an estimated timeline not yet published.