Earlier this year we mentioned a development awaiting approval at 25-35 Dolores. Currently home to two closed auto body repair shops (vacant since 2006), the buildings date back to 1917.
This past week the Planning Commission moved forward on a plan that would allow the space on the corner of Dolores and Market to be turned into a four-story, 47-unit residential building.
The site would be developed by the same team that designed One South Park, the Levy Design Partners. The next steps in the process are to gain approval for an underground parking garage which could house 40 spaces, five more than is usually allowed in transit-friendly areas such as Market/Dolores.
The project could be completed in as little as 15 months. Cost is estimated at approximately $10 million. Some facts:
- 47 Residential units
- 40 Off-street parking spaces in underground garage
- 4 Studio units
- 20 One-bedroom units
- 15 Two-bedroom units
- 4 Thee-bedroom units
- Sizes ranging from approx. 475 sq. ft. to 1500 sq. ft.