Renderings have been revealed for a new two-story Carpenter’s Union Hall at 3433 3rd Street by San Francisco’s India Basin. The project will create a new office and assembly space for the Carprtner Local Union 22 members. Equity Community Builders and Badiner Urban Planning are collaborating on the application.
The over 40-foot tall building will yield around 16,200 square feet with 7,360 square feet for the 300-person assembly and meeting hall, 8,830 square feet of office space, 4,220 square feet of landscaping, and 9,370 square feet for parking.
Mithun is the design and landscape architect. The relatively small-scale structure will function as a sculptural showpiece to impress the public while drawing natural light into the assembly hall. The exterior will be clad with stucco, concrete, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
The roughly half-acre trapezoidal parcel is located between Cargo Way and Burke Avenue, across from the Bayview Gateway Park, and close to the Illinois Street and the 3rd Street bridges crossing Islais Creel Channel.
The engineers will include KPFF, Mar Structural Engineers, PAE, Luk & Associates, and Rockridge. Nibbi will serve as the general contractor. Construction is expected to cost around $4.5 million, a figure that the application reached using Department of Building Inspection calculations. A timeline for construction has yet to be shared.