As we reported earlier this year, plans to demolish the Divsadero Touchless Carwash and Shell gas station on the northeast corner of Divsadero and Oak are in the works and designs for a six-story building with over 150 residential units and nearly 8,000 square feet of retail space have been drafted.
And we now have the early renderings and details for the project.
As proposed by the Genesis Real Estate Group and designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz, the 400 Divisadero project includes 152 rental units, half of which would be one-bedrooms averaging 560 square feet, 40 percent two-bedrooms averaging 700 square feet, and the rest 400-square-foot studios.
The development’s two retail spaces would front Divisadero, with the building’s lobby on the corner, with a leasing office, four walk-up units, and the garage entrance for 60 cars and 131 bikes along Oak.
The proposed project includes razing the existing residential buildings at 1048-1052 Oak and moving the two-story Victorian at 1060 Oak Street fifty feet to the east in order to provide more room for the development.
A 4,000-square-foot courtyard behind the building, 8,400 square feet of terrace on the second floor, and a 3,800-square-foot roof deck would provide open space for residents and a buffer for neighbors behind.