As proposed, the existing single-story building in which the Axis Café resides at 1150 16th Street will be razed and in its place a four-story building for production, distribution, and repair (PDR) will rise while a connected five-story, but shorter, building with 15 residential units over ground floor retail for restaurant use will rise on the gravel lot to the east.
The northwestern building (1201 8th Street) would be 68 feet tall and would contain 12,826 sf of production, distribution, and repair (PDR) space, divided into 15 units, on three levels above ground-floor retail (1,429 sf). The PDR building would have an off-street loading space on the first floor.
The southeastern building (1150 16th Street) would be 58 feet tall and would contain 15 residential units (20,277 sf) on four levels above ground-floor retail (5,056 sf) proposed for restaurant use.
Both buildings would share a common basement level with 14 residential parking spaces and eight commercial parking spaces, including one disabled-accessible space.
Click either of the proposed images to enlarge. And as the site currently appears:
∙ 1150 16th Street Residential-Retail-PDR Project Plan [sfplanning.org]