New plans have been published for a four-story residential infill at 237 Sanchez Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. The project will replace a two-story home with five new homes. Tony Phan is the property owner and is responsible for the application.
InnCon Design is the project architect. Facade materials will include smooth beige stucco, wood panels, cedar siding, and a garage entry with glass and aluminum panels.
The structure is expected to rise 40 feet tall with 10,680 square feet, with 200 square feet included for the one-car garage. The ground-level lobby will open up to a mailroom with stairs and an elevator down a hallway. Bicycle parking will be included for all residents in the project’s basement inside a common room.
Each floor will be occupied by an apartment, with a one-bedroom, a two-bedroom, and three three-bedroom units. The basement unit will have access to a patio, while the other floors will have a rear-yard balcony.
237 Sanchez Street is on a block bound by Sanchez Street, Sharon Street, 15th Street, 16th Street, and even Market Street. Residents will be just a stone’s throw away from light rail and the bus by the western end of Market Street below Twin Peaks. The property is by the northwest corner of the Mission District, by Eureka Valley, and the Castro. For regional transit, the 16th Street BART Station is 15 minutes away on foot.
City records show the property was sold in July of 2018 for $1.9 million. A deadline for groundbreaking has not been established, though construction is expected to last twelve months to finish.