The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has allowed plans to proceed with the residential conversion of the Lane Medical Library at 2395 Sacramento Street in Pacific Heights, San Francisco. The board voted 10-1 to reject an appeal of the project that would have prompted further environmental review. March Capital Management is the project developer.
2040 Webster Street
March Capital Management is continuing to pursue an adaptive reuse of the former private library for Cooper Medical College in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood. Updated renderings show the firm is honing in on the design, led by BAR Architects, that includes interior renovations and expansion. The city’s Planning Commission is scheduled to review the plan in a public meeting this Thursday.
New renderings have been revealed for the adaptive reuse of 2395 Sacramento Street from a former private library for Cooper Medical College and, more recently, an event space into housing. The proposal retains historic architectural elements from the 1912-built design and expands with two new structures for 24 new homes in Pacific Heights, San Francisco. March Capital Management is sponsoring the project.
New illustrations have been revealed for new housing development and adaptive reuse of a 1912-built historic structure. Located at 2040 Webster Street in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights, the project will create 24 new homes with on-site amenities and open space. March Capital Management is responsible for the development as the property owner, acting through Gokovacandir LLC.
March Capital Management has requested a project review meeting with city staff to consider adaptive reuse of the historic classical revival building at 2395 Sacramento Street into a residential building. Located in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood, the project, still in its infancy, would add new apartments in a desirable area rich with transit and small businesses.