A plan to raze the majority of an entire Mission District block and construct nearly 300 rental units fronting Bryant, 18th, and Florida Streets has been drafted and submitted to San Francisco’s Planning Department for review.
The proposed development would level the existing 2000-2070 Bryant Street buildings – including the former CELLSpace turned InnerMission – along with 2815 18th and 611 Florida, clearing the way for a six-story development with two distinct architectural styles, 274 apartments and parking for 151 cars and 145 bikes.
The industrial warehouse design would front 18th Street, wrapping onto Florida and Bryant with a 4,300 square foot retail space on the corner of 18th and Florida:
Mid-block courtyard entrances on Bryant and Florida would break the mass of the development, with a contemporary design for the southern half of the project as proposed.
And while the Esperanza Community Garden would survive the Bryant Street development, the garden parcel is zoned for future development up to 68 feet in height.