Plans for an 80-unit townhome development to rise on odd-shaped, 1.72-acre parcel on the hillside above the Laguna Honda Reservoir, between Clarendon Avenue and Warren Drive, were approved back in 1972 but building permits for the site were never requested and the entitlements for the development expired.
A few years ago, a meeting was held with Planning to discuss re-entitling the development of the parcel, a parcel which is technically only zoned for the development of one single-family home (RH-1). And while a re-entitlement of the parcel has yet to be secured, the property, dubbed 600 Clarendon, is now on the market with a $8.9 million price tag, touting “a unique opportunity to design and build” a multi-unit development on “one of the last undeveloped parcels” in Forest Knolls.
And while acknowledging that the parcel isn’t currently zoned for more than the development of a single-family home, “the city has recognized the unique potential for new and higher density housing on the site which will fall under the new housing and development goals of San Francisco,” according to its agents, and the possibility for an “upzoning” exists.
We’ll keep you posted and plugged-in.