New renderings have been published for a two-unit residential infill at 326 27th Street in Noe Valley, San Francisco. The project will replace a single-home residence in the affluent low-rise neighborhood. Knock Architecture and Design is responsible for the application and design.
The streamlined residential vernacular will include a gable roof without overhangs and two single-height bay windows overlooking 27th Street. Facade materials will include stucco, horizontal lap siding, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
The three-story building will create two homes. The first will span the basement and ground floor with 1,940 square feet. The residents will have access to a private backyard. Unit Two will span 3,410 square feet with three outdoor spaces, four bedrooms, and the entire third floor dedicated to the kitchen and socializing.
Residents will be between Sanchez Street and Church Street, close to the Church Street light rail station. Felim O’Reilly of Felim O’Reilly Construction is listed as the property owner. The 0.07-acre site last sold in 2021 for $1.22 million. The estimated timeline for construction has yet to be established.