New plans have been published for a new three-story mixed-use infill at 380 Ivy Street in Hayes Valley, San Francisco. The low-slung plan will replace the six-car garage for 534 Octavia Street with three new homes and bicycle parking. JDSF Properties, linked with a San Mateo-based contractor, is listed as the property owner.
SIA Consulting is responsible for the design. Illustrations show the project will reflect SIA’s typical infill vernacular, with plain facades enriched with two-story bay windows and horizontal lap-siding panels.
The 38-foot tall structure will yield around 6,330 square feet, with 2,675 square feet within the existing apartment structure and 3,650 square feet for the new building at 380 Ivy Street, and 461 square feet for retail. Dedicated parking will be included for three bicycles, which should contribute to the neighborhood’s public transit and reduce congestion.
Demolition will be required for the garage structure. The estimated construction cost is $1.5 million, a figure not inclusive of all development costs. A timeline for completion has yet to be established.
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Is that an existing six car garage or a two car garage plus four parking spots on Ivy?
More housing in an area well served by public transportation is good. Shouldn’t the amount of secured bicycle parking be based upon number of bedrooms?
With a cute little neighborhood retail space-yes please!
I think its ridiculous to expect the majority of people to use bikes in SF: nobody old, out-of-shape or timid can. It’s not a flat city! We need to vastly increase bus transportation in SF, and put in more light rail, before using transit by the majority (as in NYC) is achievable. Nobody I know uses transit for routine trips, only for commutes.