Demolition work has cleared away the single-story commercial store at 2100 Mission Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. The site, at the corner of 17th Street, will soon be replaced with a six-story apartment complex above retail. The Toboni Group is the project applicant.
Leavitt Architecture is responsible for the design. Illustrations show a pattern of double-stacked bay windows rising above the ground level with pronounced horizontal banding. A large mural will decorate the first floor, introducing the public art around the retail space. Facade materials will include fiber cement and striped ceramic panels.
The 65-foot tall project will yield 28,700 square feet, with 24,220 square feet for housing and 3,550 square feet of commercial retail. Parking will be included for 28 bicycles and no vehicles. Unit sizes will vary with 13 one-bedrooms, nine two-bedrooms, and four three-bedrooms.
The 0.15-parcel was occupied by the One $ Store, on the corner of 17th and Mission on a block bound by 18th Street and Valencia. The 16th Street Mission BART Station is just one block away, and the city’s iconic Mission Dolores Park is just ten minutes away on foot.
The project team will include Double-D Engineering on structural, FW Associates for electrical work, and Yuflux Engineering on mechanical work. An estimated timeline for construction to start has yet to be established.