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New Renderings, Permits for 432 and 434 Cortland Avenue, Bernal Heights, San Francisco

432 and 434 Cortland Avenue street view, rendering by DNM Architecture432 and 434 Cortland Avenue street view, rendering by DNM Architecture

New permits have been filed for 434 Cortland Avenue in Bernal Heights, San Francisco. The development will replace a single-story structure with four homes and new ground-level retail. The application is related to similar plans by the same project team, DNM Architecture and developer Tripalink, to rebuild 432 Cortland Avenue.

432 and 434 Cortland Avenue, rendering by DNM Architecture

432 and 434 Cortland Avenue, rendering by DNM Architecture

434 Cortland Avenue will yield 6,830 square feet with 6,250 square feet for housing and 460 square feet for retail. Residents will find nearly 1,700 square feet of open space across the project. There will be four units, with two 2-bedrooms and two double-floor 4-bedroom units. Parking will be included for six bicycles. Construction is expected to cost around $2 million and last 12 months.

432 Cortland Avenue will be a 33-foot tall four-story building that will yield 6,430 square feet with three condominiums and one retail space. Parking will be included for six bicycles.

432 and 434 Cortland Avenue backyard perspective, rendering by DNM Architecture

432 and 434 Cortland Avenue backyard perspective, rendering by DNM Architecture

Both structures will be built into a hill with three floors visible from the street and one basement level opening directly to the backyard. The exterior will be clad with stucco and cement fiber panels. Sawtooth bay windows will be added facing Cortland, infusing the infill with the city’s architectural vernacular.

The property is located south of Bernal Peak along a retail-rich thoroughfare. Muni light rail is accessible less than ten minutes away along San Jose Avenue.

Tripalink is a real estate developer for the millennial market. The firm specializes in building low-rent apartments or co-living units for students and young workers. Writing to YIMBY, David Marlatt of DNM Architecture shared that the two applications “are on different permit tracks, but the current plan is to build them together.”

432 and 434 Cortland Avenue, image via Google Street View

432 and 434 Cortland Avenue, image via Google Street View

An estimated timeline for the projects has not yet been established.

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6 Comments on "New Renderings, Permits for 432 and 434 Cortland Avenue, Bernal Heights, San Francisco"

  1. More housing is great also is good is the inclusion for bicycle parking

  2. More ugly architecture replacing 1890’s cottages. Why not add on and renovate victorian frontage?

  3. @ Greg I like the new better than the cottage look. Clearly we need more density than a cottage ( which is probably 1000 sf or less) and needing modernization.

  4. Yeah. We need to save the rotting food be story boxes. All old buildings must be saved!

  5. Irish Scarlett | August 7, 2022 at 7:26 pm | Reply

    ‘Wondering if they have gotten these past Bernal’s Design Committee and its neighborhood groups…. I wish that developers would put a few more bucks into making these new buildings look not-so-stark and more in character with this neighborhood.

  6. There is so much strange and ugly architecture on Cortland already, what’s your solution, make it look like 404 Cortland?
    If anything the design is a bit generic, but I’m sure compromising with the community caused that.

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