Updated plans have been filed with new elevations for 1526 Powell Street, in Russian Hill, San Francisco. The project will make adaptive reuse of the existing facade distinctively painted for the John J. Delucchi Sheet Metal Works while creating up to 20 apartments. JS Sullivan Development is the project applicant.
The 67-foot tall structure will yield 29,200 square feet with 16,820 square feet for residential use, 1,160 square feet for commercial retail, and 3,200 square feet for the 8 to 10-car garage. Additional space will be included for parking 17-20 bicycles.
RG-Architecture is responsible for the design. The San Francisco-based firm has set back the vertical addition to the existing facade in order to retain its prominence and historic value on1 Powell Street. Details about the facade materials for the proposed addition are not yet known.
Future residents will find themselves in a highly prized area. Washington Square is just a block north. Chinatown and the Financial District are all within walking distance, with MUNI bus stations along Columbus Avenue, Broadway, and Pacific Avenue crisscrossing the city. The Powell Street BART Station is 15 minutes away by bus.
Future residents will find themselves one block away from the beloved Washington Square Park in North Beach. Chinatown and the Financial District are within walking distance, with MUNI bus stations along Columbus Avenue, Broadway, and Pacific Avenue crisscrossing the city. The Powell Street BART Station is 15 minutes away by bus.
The property last sold for $575,000 in 1987. Construction is expected to cost $6 million, with an estimated timeline not yet established.