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100 Hooper
With 12,826 square feet of production, distribution, and repair (PDR) in the works at the corner of 8th and 16th Streets, another developer is quietly testing the waters to build 333,000 square feet of “flexible commercial space” over 60,000 gross square feet of PDR and 59 parking spaces at the corner of 7th and Hooper Streets.
On the San Francisco Mini Storage site at 100 Hooper, two four-story buildings would rise to a height of 58 feet and be linked by two elevated walkways above an interior courtyard.
And as proposed, the southern corner of the property pictured above would become a 10,000 square foot privately-owned public open space while the southern half of Hooper between 7th and 8th Streets would become an auto-free “Living Street.”
The Renderings For The Corner Of 8th And 16th Streets As Proposed [SocketSite]

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by CH

    I hope things don’t slow down before all these projects break ground, tons of potential for this area to become a cool little neighborhood with easy downtown/Caltrain access and no hills for bikes.

  2. Posted by TB

    My car was broken into on this street on Monday night. People sleep in tents on sidewalk. Would be great to develop and connect SOMA and Mission Bay to Potrero.

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