With the architects holding firm on the integrity of their design, on Thursday the Planning Commission continues the public hearing over the five-story Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects designed development proposed to rise at 1501 15th Street.
A bit of background on the development. And as the site currently appears:
As proposed, the new 58-foot high development by JS Sullivan will yield 40 residential units, 39 parking spaces, and approximately 9,700 square feet of retail on the ground floor. Despite some objections, the Planning Department recommends the Commission’s approval.
∙ 1501 15th Street Proposal and Plans [sfplanning.org]