New renderings have been revealed for a sloping 10-unit townhome development at 1151 Washington Street in Nob Hill, San Francisco. The project will replace an existing single-unit structure. Macy Architecture is responsible for the application and design.
The proposal uses the State Density Bonus Law, increasing the allowable unit count by offering one townhome as affordable for a resident earning around 110% of the Area Median Income. The 50-foot project will yield 12,300 square feet with 10,500 square feet for housing and 600 square feet for the one-car garage. Dedicated parking will not be included for bicycles.
Each residence will feature a rooftop deck with views of the Transamerica Pyramid, Coit Tower, Treasure Island, and the bayside of Alameda County. The street-facing townhouse will be the largest, with 2,060 square feet, access to the garage, and a larger landscaped roof deck.
The property is on a slope located midway between Mason Street and Taylor Street. The residents will overlook the Betty Ann Ong Recreation Center and basketball court.
An estimated timeline and cost for construction have not yet been established.