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1979 Mission | Castro-Eureka Valley Neighborhood Presentation (5-27-15)

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1979 Mission | Castro-Eureka Valley Neighborhood Presentation (5-27-15)

  1. 1. 1979MISSION CASTRO-EUREKA VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION MAY 27, 2015
  2. 2. LOCATION BART PLAZAS MARSHALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1979 MISSION SITE 16TH STREET CAPPSTREET MISSIONSTREET
  3. 3. EASTERN NEIGHBORHOODS – MISSION AREA PLAN • Portion of site along Mission zoned for 105-ft height in conjunction with initiation of BART service (late 1960s) • Portion along 16th up-zoned as part of EN Plan • Eight year community planning process (2001 – 2009) • Mission District community was at the table, including SFUSD, Marshall Elementary and PTA • Unanimous approval by Board of Supervisors (with 1 abstain)
  4. 4. SF HOUSING SNAPSHOT • From 2000-2013, to meet growing population and housing demands, San Francisco needed to build 45,000-50,000 housing units • However, only 27,796 total units were built citywide since 2000 • Approximately only 1,500 of those were built in the Mission, including 260 rebuilt at Valencia Gardens Source: SF Planning, “2013 San Francisco Housing Inventory Report,” April 2014.
  5. 5. 1979 MISSION APARTMENTS • Total: 31% Mission District middle-class workforce homes and affordable housing  41 Middle-Class Workforce For-Sale Homes  49 Affordable Apartments • Studios to four bedrooms  290 Market Rate Apartments
  6. 6. ++ + OUR PROPOSAL: A NEW APPROACH FOR BUILDING HOUSING FOR ALL INCOME LEVELS • 41 for sale workforce homes at 1979 Mission, Priced between $280,000 - $350,000 • Range of household income $61,000-$145,650 Artist Laborer Firefighter Non-Profit Minimum Wage Teacher worker partner ($65,000 per year) ($72,000 per year) ($117,000 per year) + Teacher with 10 years experience ($65,000 per year) Sources: SFUSD Salary Schedules, CCSF Department of Human Resources
  7. 7. AFFORDABLE BELOW MARKET-RATE HOUSING IN THE MISSION • The 49 units could be rented for between 30-55% of average median income (AMI). • A single-person household making $20,400/year would qualify for a studio , and a household making $53,400/ year would qualify for a three-bedroom unit. • Per the Mayor’s Office of Housing’s criteria, rent for the studio at 30% AMI would be $510/month and $1,335/month for the three-bedroom apartment at 55% AMI.
  8. 8. PROPOSED 1979MISSION COMMUNITY BENEFITS ACTIVATE FRONTAGE EXPANDED PLAZA MARSHALL ELEMENTARY SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL
  9. 9. MISSIONST CAPPST 16TH ST ADAIR ST 15’ 15’ 3’ RETAIL TO ACTIVATE PLAZA
  10. 10. MISSIONST CAPPST 16TH ST ADAIR ST STREETSCAPE
  11. 11. MISSIONST CAPPST 16TH ST ADAIR ST 3’ 12,800 sf CAPP STREET
  12. 12. A SAFER ROUTE TO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS AND PARENTS • Increase safety on Capp Street with improved lighting and landscaping • Wider sidewalks on Capp Street • Raised crosswalk at intersection of Capp and Adair • Bulb outs on Capp Street and 16th Street
  13. 13. MISSIONST CAPPST 16TH ST ADAIR ST 46’ 15’ 15’ 42’9’ 9’ 26’8’ 8’ CAPP STREET
  14. 14. MISSIONST CAPPST 16TH ST ADAIR ST 46’ 15’ 15’ 39’ 9’12’ 23’8’ 8’ CAPP STREET
  15. 15. PARKING • Parking is a burden in the Mission and we recognize that the project can have an impact • Site allows .5 parking space for each residential unit • 137 Parking Spaces for Residents (84 stackers) • 22 Dedicated to Retail
  16. 16. 16TH STREET Five story building (55’) Ten story buildings (105’) CAPPSTREET MISSIONSTREET MISSIONSTREET CAPPSTREET 16TH STREET 15TH STREET 15TH STREET BUILDINGS COMPLY WITH CITY’S HEIGHT LIMITS
  17. 17. PROPOSAL FOR MARSHALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL • 50% increase in total school size, which will provide new learning facilities and multi-use spaces • Playground made safer and expanded by raising it 15 feet, which will reduce the impacts of shadows by new and existing buildings • SFUSD will need to approve proposal, and if approved will decide how to utilize the new space created by the project, such as new classrooms, childcare, library, music, arts, etc. • Largest community benefits proposal by developer to a school in the Mission District
  18. 18. EXISTING SCHOOL AREA School area 20,300 sf Library 1,100 sf Playground 12,900 sf
  19. 19. PROPOSED SCHOOL AREA School area 32,400 sf Playground 14,100 sf
  20. 20. Enhances safety Increases playground area Increases school size by 50%
  21. 21. 1979MISSION SAN FRANCISCO CA | 415.316.0122 | 1979mission.com
  22. 22. 1979MISSION CASTRO-EUREKA VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION MAY 27, 2015
  23. 23. Q&A

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