Density bonus legislation delays construction, and when built this building in the Downtown neighborhood of San Francisco is expected to be home to about 100 residences. The planned building is an eight-story mid-rise building with approximately 10,0000 sq. ft. of ground-floor retail with zero car parking for residents.
Home sizes at 1567 California/1436 Polk have yet to be announced. Building amenities are also unknown at this time, but plans show a shared roof deck with outdoor space on this eight-story building.
Expected in 2020, when built it will be home to around 100 residences at 1567 California/1436 Polk in the Polk neighborhood of San Francisco. An incredibly walkable location in the heart of Polk Gulch, these homes will offer quick access to downtown and a world-class neighborhood at your doorsteps.
Developer: Presidio Bay Ventures | Architect: David Baker
The proposed development at 1567 California/1436 Polk would demolish an existing two-story building and replace it with a seven-story building with 63 units, ground floor commercial space, and parking for 40 cars and 72 bicycles.
An adjacent parking lot would be incorporated into the building site. As of early 2016, plans call for three studios, 36 one-bedroom homes, 15 two-bedroom homes, and nine three-bedroom homes. (Unit allocation can change as plans are modified prior to construction.)
Number of Homes
100 (originally about 63, revised up using density bonus legislation).
The building received Planning Commission approval in February 2016 but then went back to the drawing board with a new architect to take advantage of a change in state law that allowed for higher density construction.
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.
Plans show an underground garage with space for 40 cars and 72 bicycles.
Amenities and Finishes
Unknown at this time. We’ll update this page as more details become available. The plans call for a shared roof deck to fulfill the city’s requirement for outdoor space. Some homes will also have private decks.
Below Market Rate (Inclusionary Housing) Homes
Plans include eight onsite BMRs.
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