Amongst the items on the agenda for San Francisco’s Historic Preservation Commission this Wednesday, a review of the revised designs as rendered above for three new homes to rise along Steiner down the street from San Francisco’s historic Postcard Row.
Once again, the proposed project would demolish the non-historic portions to the north of 940 Grove (which would be renovated for single-family use) and build three new four story single-family houses to be known as 802, 804 and 808 Steiner.
The original massings for the project and as the block and buildings currently appear:
∙ Whiter Than The Colgate Mansion (But Not As “Improved”): 940 Grove [SocketSite]
∙ The Designs For Three New Houses Below SF’s Historic Postcard Row [SocketSite]
∙ A Future Postcard Row: Three Houses That Don’t Yet Exist [SocketSite]
∙ Historic Preservation Commission Agenda: December 7, 2011 [sf-planning.org]
∙ 940 Grove Street And 802-808 Steiner As Proposed [sfplanning.org]