One Steuart Lane, located at what was formerly 75 Howard St., broke ground in the summer of 2018. The 20-story building promises 120 “ultra-luxury residences” in the South Beach neighborhood of San Francisco.
Home sizes and layouts at One Steuart Lane have yet to be announced. Building amenities will include valet parking, a 24-hour attended lobby, and spectacular Bay Bridge views.
Developer: The John Buck Co. And SRE| Builder: Paramount Group | Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
Currently, a privately owned parking garage, the proposed tower at 75 Howard has been controversial with neighbors opposed to the originally proposed height. The developer scaled back the proposed height to fit within the 220′ high current zoning limit in April 2015. As a result of reducing the size to stay within zoning limits, affordable housing projects lost projected revenue dollars to complete an affordable housing development.
As currently proposed the building will have ground floor retail with about 133 homes above. Original plans called for a 1:1 parking ratio, as of the last update nothing had been approved by planning.
Number of Homes
Approved 2015, Ground Breaking was in 2018. Anticipated Completion 2019
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.
As proposed by the developer: lots of it! The building is seeking a 1:1 entitlement for parking
Amenities and Finishes
Valet Parking, 24-hour front door attendant, Bay Bridge views
Below Market Rate (Inclusionary Housing) Homes
Original plans had the developer paying an “in-lieu” fee that would have substantially paid for the construction of a separate off-site affordable housing building in the Tenderloin at the corner of Eddy and Taylor. As of June 2015, it appears they will just pay the fee of about $10,000,000.
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