In the works for over a decade and originally proposed to be developed with 36 affordable housing units for seniors, new plans for a seven-story, market-rate building to rise on the southeast corner of Mission and 14th Streets, on the seasonal Sundance Christmas Tree lot across from the Armory, have been granted a plan-based exemption from additional Environmental Review and the project is close to being permitted for construction.
As designed by Stephen Antonaros, the 1801 Mission Street project will include 17 condos over 1,110 square feet of ground‐floor retail space, approximately 740 square feet of second‐floor office space, and seven parking spaces accessed from 14th Street (five of which would be housed in a mechanical stacker).
The project also includes storage rooms for up to 28 bikes.
Construction on the 1801 Mission Street project is currently slated to begin by summer and will take 18 to 24 months to complete. Any appeals of either the environmental review exemption or permits will, of course, result in delays.