As plugged-in people have long known to expect, designs to raze the southern portion of the Dogpatch block bounded by Third, 23rd, and Tennessee Streets have been drawn with plans to construct a six-story building with 259 rental units over parking for 147 cars and 259 bikes, and 2,300 square feet of retail, on the site (click renderings to enlarge).
The development’s mass is broken down into three distinct sections, wrapping from Third to 23rd.
And along Tennessee, townhomes would line the street:
A mid-block passage with public open space would run between Third and Tennessee.
The Dogpatch development known as 1201 Tennessee Street will be presented to San Francisco’s Planning Commission this week, with a recommendation from the Planning Department that the project be approved as proposed and designed by Fougeron Architecture.