New renderings have been revealed for a seven-story residential infill at 250 Church Street in the Castro, San Francisco. The project will create 20 homes and ground floor retail. Kerman Morris Architects is now responsible for the design.
The 75-foot tall structure will yield 24,500 square feet with 18,990 square feet for housing, 1,920 square feet for retail, and 1,400 square feet of amenities. Parking will be included for 25 bicycles in a 700-square-foot room.
The architectural design by Kerman Morris is similar to the initial plans drafted by Schaub Li Architects. The project will conform to the irregularly shaped parcel with an articulated facade and bay windows. Facade materials will include horizontal siding, cementitious panels, decorative metal panels, and porcelain tiles.
City records show that the property was last sold in 2018 for just over $4 million. Demolition will be required for an existing single-story structure on a 0.12-acre parcel. The property is located between 15th Street and Market Street. New building and demolition permits for the project were filed in 2019 but have yet to be issued. The development makes use of Senate Bill 330 to expedite construction as well as the State Density Bonus to increase residential capacity by including affordable housing.
Ty Bash is listed as the property owner. Future residents will find immediate access to light rail and buses. The 16th Street BART Station is just 15 minutes away by foot.