Located at the corner of Bay and Buchanan in the Marina neighborhood of San Francisco, the site was once a gas station that has been closed for several years.
From SF Planning:
The proposal is to demolish the existing gas station structure and construct a new residential structure that would consist of 28-dwelling units and 42 off-street parking spaces (below grade).
The new structure would be 40-feet tall and would feature brick cladding. Located at the northeast corner of Buchanan and Bay Streets, the new structure would include a lobby entry, a private unit entry along Bay Street and two private unit entries and the parking ingress and egress along Buchanan.
Probably years away. The building is working through entitlements and approvals as of May 2015.
Unannounced at this time. Pricing is typically the very last item that a developer decides upon, so we don’t expect to have this information until the sales office opens.
As proposed by the developer: lots of it! The building will have 28 residences and the developer is seeking approval to build 42 parking spots. Code will require at least 28 bicycle spots.
No announcement has been made. The developer can build them on-site (3), off-site (6) or pay an in-lieu fee.
Unknown at this time.
Last Update: May, 2015