Plans to raze the Mid-Market Hollywood Billiards building at 1028 Market Street and construct a 13-story building with 186 dwelling units have been submitted to San Francisco’s Planning Department for review. The existing two-story building has sat vacant and boarded-up since 2008.
As designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz, the proposed building would rise to a height of 120 feet along both Golden Gate Avenue and Market Street with 12 floor of residential over five ground floor retail spaces and underground parking for 43 cars.
The proposed units, a range of studios to two-bedrooms, would average a little over 630 square feet apiece.
And as plugged-in people know, the adjacent parcel to the west of 1028 Market Street is being developed by Shorenstein, with plans for a 300-unit building designed by Arquitectonica to rise.