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815 Tennessee St.

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815 Tennessee St.

"The proposed project includes partial demolition of an existing two-story 32,000-square-foot industrial building built in 1926 and construction of a five-story, 58-foot-tall, 74,359-square-foot residential apartment building with basement garage. A portion of the original industrial building that contains the principal brick façade will remain to serve as a visual reminder of the building’s original use and the industrial history of the neighborhood.

The new residential building would accommodate approximately 69 dwelling units. The 19,579 square-foot basement level garage would contain 48 off-street parking spaces and 70 bicycle spaces." - from the EIR finding.

The historic brick factory that is currently on part of the site is incorporated into the new building and the overall project design. The renderings we've seen so far try to pay respect to the neighborhood's industrial past. Building residents are located near Third Street and it's numerous local businesses and boutiques.

Like all good dogpatch projects which pay some respect to neighborhood context (Pier 70 is a great example), the proposed facade is a play on old and new Dogpatch. Renderings also propose a large roof-deck with views to the north and east of the city and the bay. Transit and freeway access are excellent, particularly for train or car commuters to silicon valley.

Project Outline

  • Pipeline/Planning
  • 69 are planned
  • below ground, up to 48 total spaces
  • unknown
  • Rooftop deck, courtyard
  • DM Development
  • BDE

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815 Tennessee includes partial demolition of an existing two-story 32,000-square-foot industrial building built in 1926 and construction of a five-story, 58-foot-tall, 74,359-square-foot residential apartment building with basement garage. A portion of the original industrial building that contains the principal brick façade will remain to serve as a visual reminder of the building’s original use and the industrial history of the neighborhood.

815 Tennessee would accommodate approximately 69 dwelling units.

The 19,579 square-foot basement level garage would contain 48 off-street parking spaces and 70 bicycle spaces.

The information above is based upon SF planning documents in the public record.

The historic brick factory that is currently on part of the site is incorporated into the new building and the overall project design. The renderings we’ve seen so far try to pay respect to the neighborhood’s industrial past. Building residents are near Third Street and it’s numerous local businesses and boutiques, as well as neighborhood light rail stops.

Like all good dogpatch projects which pay some respect to neighborhood context (Pier 70 is a great example), the proposed facade is a play on old and new Dogpatch. Renderings also propose a large roof-deck with views to the north and east of the city and the bay, respectively.

Transit and freeway access are excellent, particularly for train or car commuters to silicon valley.

How 815 Tennessee is built and who builds it remains to be seen. The project is currently on the market according to a registry sf article. Whether future owners would build as-proposed or submit new plans for approval remains to be seen.

Our estimate of when we will see something ready to move-in at 815 Tennessee? We say it’s gonna be a while… at the earliest.

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