A project review meeting has been requested to review plans for a six-story laboratory at 1717 Mission Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. The project would replace an existing office building. Perkins&Will is the project architect.
The 66-foot tall structure will yield 264,860 square feet with 200,100 square feet of rentable floor area for tenants, 50,740 square feet for the 95-car garage, and 14,030 square feet for a loading area.
Plans show the prospective space could host as many as four tenants on each usable floor, with the ground floor primarily used for mechanical use and amenities. The garage would occupy the basement level.
The 1.4-acre property is currently occupied by a three-story office building with 86,600 square feet of rentable space. Plans will require demolition. The property is located next to the on-ramp for Highway 101. Future employees will be just three blocks from the 16th Street Mission BART Station.
SLF & W Partnership is listed as the property owner. The applicant, represented by Reuben Law, is not listed. An estimated timeline for construction and completion has not yet been established.