A new 6-story building will be constructed on 2976, Mission Street, San Francisco, creating 8 new residential units. The proposal includes demolition and new construction of a mixed-use building with commercial space at the ground floor. The existing 2 story story facade will be maintained, refurbished, and incorporated into the new construction. Elevation Architects is managing the project.
New building permits have been filed for a nine-story mixed-use building at 321 Florida Street in the Mission District, San Francisco. Led by DM Development, the project will replace surface parking with 168 new apartments and ground-floor retail. 31 affordable units will be included thanks to the State Density Bonus program, first passed in 1979, with several amendments since. Construction is expected to cost $42 million, with DM Development in charge of the project.
Permits have been filed for a residential expansion of the building at 52 Landers Street in the Mission District, San Francisco. The development replaces an existing three-unit building with four new condominiums. James Shissler and Hwang Steve currently own the structure.
Plans for an infill residential development are expected to be approved by the San Francisco Planning commission later today. The proposal will be at 811 Valencia Street in the Mission District, San Francisco, and includes the demolition of the single-story commercial building occupied by the Phoenix Irish pub. In its place will rise a six-story mixed-use structure with 18 units. SIA Consulting will be responsible for development and design.
Planning permits have been filed for a new seven-story mixed-use building at 2318 Mission Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. The building comes in the heart of the Mission District, nearly equidistant between the 16th Street and 24th Street BART stations. The structure will yield a total 34 units across all floors. A city developer is not listed on public documents.