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2465 Van Ness Ave.

2465 Van Ness Ave

2465 Van Ness

This will be the largest new developments of homes to come to the Cow Hollow or Marina area in over 20 years, surpassing the Amero by about 50%. It is being developed by DM Development who has worked on other high profile buildings such as the Stanley Saitowitz 8-Octavia.

Quick Facts about 2465 Van Ness:

  • Approval and Planning in Progress, perhaps 2019
  • 41
  • Basement garage for 31 cars and 41 bikes
  • One, two and three bedroom homes
  • Roof deck
  • DM Development
  • Handel Architects

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2465 Van Ness Ave. @ Union – Cow Hollow – MLS sub-district 7C

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2465 Van Ness Aerial

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2465 Van Ness Plans

 

Current Owner:

Chevron USA Inc, PO Box 285, Houston, TX 77001-0285

Current Zoning: 

The lot is currently zoned as Residential – Commercial, Medium Density (RC-3), and is located in a 65-A height and bulk district, and is not located in any special use district.

Current Plans

Current plans are for this to be developed into a condominium building that will be the largest new developments of homes to come to the Cow Hollow or Marina area in over 20 years, surpassing the Amero by about 50%.  It is being developed by DM Development who has worked on other high profile buildings such as the Stanley Saitowitz 8-Octavia.  It will feature 1 75,000 square foot building with 3,000 of those square feet as commercial space.  The top two floors will feature only two- and three-bedroom condos and there will be a common roof deck that is over 2,000 square feet with stunning views of the bay.

Former Use: 

Gas Station

Future Use:

We have no crystal ball, but we can think of a lot of former gas stations on Market Street that are now home to homes. If you’ve got a tip, drop us a line at team AT sfmoderncondos.com or submit the form below.

2465 Van Ness Avenue – letter to SF Planning Department / 2013