New plans have been revealed, showing similar shifts in programming and design for 1500 15th Street and 401 South Van Ness Avenue, both overlooking the same intersection in San Francisco’s Mission District. Initial plans for basement apartments have been removed, and now both projects will rise to be 11 stories tall. Elsey Partners is responsible for both applications.
City Staff from the San Francisco Planning Department have published a preliminary project assessment, providing some feedback and a cautiously optimistic outlook for the fate of the skinny pod hotel proposed for 12 Mint Plaza in SoMa, San Francisco. The project will be built on a 0.04- parcel between two existing buildings of similar height. Elsey Partners is responsible for the development.
New renderings have been revealed for an eight-story hotel to be built at 12 Mint Plaza in SoMa, San Francisco. The project would rise from a 1,875 square foot parcel to create 160 hotel beds within the Mint Conservation District. Elsey Partners is responsible for the development.
Developers have filed a Large Project Authorization request for an eight-story group housing project at 401 South Van Ness Avenue in the Mission District, San Francisco. The application comes with a recently published planning document detailing the project description and scale. The corner-lot proposal will become a mixed-use building with 153 bedroom suites, commercial retail, and residential amenities. The Kansas-based Elsey Partners is responsible for the development.
City Planning Commission is reviewing submitted plans for a new eight-story construction at 1500 15th Street in the Mission District, San Francisco. The proposal includes the construction of a new group housing project consisting of an eighty-five-foot high structure with residential and commercial space on the first floor. The project also proposes the demolition of a single-story auto body workshop and a parking lot.