Structural and functional expansions have been proposed for an existing residential building at 136 136 Hartford Street in Castro-Upper Market, San Francisco. The project proposes horizontal and vertical additions to the existing two-unit building.
SIA Consulting is responsible for the designs.
The project site is a parcel spanning an area of 3,497 square feet. The scope of work includes increasing the vertical and horizontal foot print of the two-unit residential building, along with the adding a new residential unit. Windows and doors of the front façade will also be repaired, along with removing the curb cut at the sidewalk. The existing residential structure yields a total built-up area spanning 2,000 square feet.
The building façade will rise to a height of 39 feet. Upon completion, the building will yield a total residential built-up area spanning 5,832 square feet. The three units will span between 1,400 square feet to 1,900 square feet. A basement spanning 400 square feet will also be constructed. No vehicular parking is proposed, however, three bike storing spaces will be provided in the new building.
A project application has been submitted, awaiting review and approval. The estimated construction timeline has not been announced yet. The project site is located in the vibrant Castro-Upper Market neighborhood, surrounded by various recreational spots, grocery stores, and transit stops.