The owner of the Mission District parcel at 3620 Cesar Chavez Street, upon which a single-story office building and parking lot for eight cars currently sits, has engaged Sternberg Benjamin Architects to explore redeveloping the site.
And as proposed, a six-story building with 28 residential units, a little retail space, and parking for 14 cars would rise across the site.
The 16 one-bedrooms would measure 525 square feet apiece and the 12 two-bedrooms would average a little over a thousand square feet. A shared 2,400 square foot roof deck would act as open space for the residents of the building.
And once again, the development as proposed would be waylaid if the ‘Suspension of Market-Rate Development in the Mission District,’ Ballot Measure I, is adopted by voters this November.