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1979 Mission | SF HAC Presentation (10-24-18)

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1979 Mission | SF HAC Presentation (10-24-18)

  1. 1. 1979MISSION San Francisco Housing Action Coalition October 24, 2018 MAXIMUS REAL ESTATE PARTNERS SKIDMORE, OWINGS & MERRILL
  2. 2. 1979MISSION Project Site
  3. 3. 1979 Mission 1979MISSION Redstone Building Victoria Theatre Marshall ES Cal Savings Building Navigation Center/ 1950 Mission
  4. 4. 1979 MISSION
  5. 5. Extend the vibrancy of Mission Street to this block
  6. 6. STREET FRONTAGES BART Plaza 16TH Street Vacant Frontage 1950 Mission Mission Street Capp Street – Parking Lot Capp Street
  7. 7. 1960s URBAN FORM
  8. 8. DEMOLITION OF CORNER FOR BART
  9. 9. UNACTIVATED FRONTAGE
  10. 10. CAPPST ADAIR ST MISSIONST 16TH ST URBAN DESIGN ISSUES
  11. 11. MISSIONST CAPPST 16TH ST ADAIR ST PROJECT SITE BOUNDARY
  12. 12. 15’ 15’ 3’ MISSIONST CAPPST 16TH ST ADAIR ST BART plaza usable space increased by 40% INCREASED OPEN SPACE
  13. 13. MISSIONST CAPPST 16TH ST ADAIR ST 2800 sf 8000 sf 2500 sf 2100 sf 12,800 sf 4300 sf 32,500 total square feet of retail ACTIVE FRONTAGES
  14. 14. MISSIONST CAPPST 16TH ST ADAIR ST 1 accessible van space 3 off-street truck loading spaces Walk-up apartments on Capp Street Active building lobbies 32,500 total square feet of retail Single point of vehicular entry
  15. 15. 22 RETAIL PARKING SPACES + 4 CAR SHARE SPACES 136 B1 RESIDENTIAL PARKING SPACES (0.4 SPACES/UNIT) BASEMENT PLAN 163 total L1 & B1 parking spaces (98 stacked or tandem) At least 162 secure bike parking spaces
  16. 16. MISSIONST CAPPST 16TH ST ADAIR ST 19’ 8’ 8’ 46’ 15’ 15’ 52’15’ 15’ 42’9’ 9’ 26’8’ 8’ CAPP STREET IMPROVEMENTS
  17. 17. MISSIONST CAPPST 16TH ST ADAIR ST 39’ 9’12’ 23’8’ 8’ CAPP STREET IMPROVEMENTS
  18. 18. MISSIONST CAPPST 16TH ST ADAIR ST CAPP STREET IMPROVEMENTS
  19. 19. MISSIONST CAPPST 16TH ST ADAIR ST CAPP STREET IMPROVEMENTS
  20. 20. MISSIONST CAPPST 16TH ST ADAIR ST SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS 30 new bike parking spaces
  21. 21. What drives the building design?
  22. 22. What drives the building design? It’s a combination of neighborhood context, zoning, and community outreach/feedback.
  23. 23. Eastern Neighborhoods - Mission Area Plan • The goal of the plan is to provide new housing by fostering transit oriented development and promoting local, neighborhood-serving businesses and micro- enterprises. • The plan was the result of an eight year community planning process (2001 – 2009). • The Mission District community was at the table, including SFUSD, Marshall Elementary and PTA. • There was unanimous approval by Board of Supervisors, with 1 abstention. • The portion of site along 16th was re-zoned as part of EN Plan to allow for more housing close to transit. This matches the portion of site along Mission that was zoned for its current height in conjunction with initiation of BART service in the late 1960s.
  24. 24. NEIGHBORHOOD HEIGHT LIMITS MISSIONSTREET CAPPSTREET16TH STREET 68-X85-X
  25. 25. 331 total new apartments (46 affordable homes) Five stories Ten stories Ten stories Capp St Building Mission St Building 16th St Building SITE PLAN 1979MISSION
  26. 26. L2 COURTYARD PLAN
  27. 27. TYPICAL LOWER PLAN
  28. 28. TYPICAL MID PLAN
  29. 29. TYPICAL UPPER PLAN
  30. 30. Unit Type Total Units Mission 16th Capp MICRO 30 0 26 4 STUDIO 92 64 12 16 J1 BED 31 22 6 3 1 BED 30 26 1 3 1+ BED 17 17 0 0 2 BED 118 30 68 20 2+ BED 1 1 0 0 3 BED 10 1 9 0 3+ BED 1 1 0 0 4 BED 1 1 0 0 Grand Total 331 163 122 46 % > 2 Bed 40.1% 20.9% 63.7% 43.5%
  31. 31. UNIT MIX UNIT TYPE COUNT 2 BED + 134 (40%) 1 BED 83 (25%) STUDIO 114 (35%)
  32. 32. UNIT MIX UNIT TYPE COUNT 2 BED + 134 (40%) 1 BED 83 (25%) STUDIO 114 (35%)
  33. 33. Design Evolution 1979MISSION
  34. 34. CAPP ST BUILDING CONTEXT 1979MISSION
  35. 35. CAPP ST BUILDING – INITIAL DESIGN CONCEPT 1979MISSION
  36. 36. CAPP ST BUILDING 1979MISSION
  37. 37. CAPP ST BUILDING 1979MISSION
  38. 38. CAPP ST BUILDING AS CURRENTLY PROPOSED 1979MISSION
  39. 39. MISSIONST BUILDING CONTEXT 1979MISSION
  40. 40. MISSION ST CORNER BUILDING TYPOLOGY
  41. 41. MISSIONST BUILDING – INITIAL DESIGN CONCEPT 1979MISSION
  42. 42. MISSIONST BUILDING 1979MISSION
  43. 43. 80-B ZONE MISSIONST BUILDING – FUTURE BUILDING HEIGHT CONTEXT 1979MISSION
  44. 44. 80-B ZONE MISSIONST BUILDING - SETBACKS 1979MISSION
  45. 45. 80-B ZONE MISSIONST BUILDING – CONTINUED REFINEMENT 1979MISSION
  46. 46. 80-B ZONE MISSIONST BUILDING – CONTINUED REFINEMENT 1979MISSION
  47. 47. 80-B ZONE MISSIONST BUILDING – FINAL MASSING 1979MISSION
  48. 48. MISSIONST BUILDING 1979MISSION
  49. 49. MISSIONST BUILDING – AS CURRENTLY PROPOSED 1979MISSION
  50. 50. Palette: natural materials with texture and character Mission Building: Glazed brick and raw concrete Capp Building: Wood and plaster 16th St Building: Red brick and warm metal
  51. 51. 16TH ST BUILDING CONTEXT 1979MISSION
  52. 52. 16TH ST BUILDING – INITIAL DESIGN CONCEPT 1979MISSION
  53. 53. 16TH ST BUILDING – CONTINUED REFINEMENT 1979MISSION
  54. 54. 16TH ST BUILDING – CONCRETE AND GLASS 1979MISSION
  55. 55. 16TH ST BUILDING – CONTINUED REFINEMENT 1979MISSION
  56. 56. 16TH ST BUILDING – INTRODUCE TEXTURE 1979MISSION
  57. 57. 16TH ST BUILDING – CONTINUED REFINEMENT 1979MISSION
  58. 58. 16TH ST BUILDING - PROPOSED DESIGN 9/8 1979MISSION
  59. 59. 1979MISSION16TH ST BUILDING
  60. 60. REDSTONE BUILDING: 65’ REDSTONE BUILDING CONTEXT 1979MISSION
  61. 61. 16TH ST BUILDING – AS CURRENTLY PROPOSED 1979MISSION
  62. 62. 16TH ST BUILDING – MERCADO 1979MISSION
  63. 63. Community Benefits 1979MISSION
  64. 64. COMMUNITYBENEFITS – BY THE NUMBERS 1979MISSION
  65. 65. COMMUNITYBENEFITS 1979MISSION
  66. 66. THANK YOU! 415.316.0122 info@1979mission.com 1979mission.com Contact Us! 1979MISSION

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