The proposed plans for an 8‐story building with 112 residential units to rise on the northeast corner of Sixth and Harrison, on the Eastern SoMa site of a long-shuttered service station across from The EndUp, have just been granted a key exemption from having to complete a lengthy environmental review.
The project, which is moving forward as ‘988 Harrison’ in order to shed its (377) 6th Street address and associations, will still need approval from Planning to proceed, but the site’s underground tanks have already been removed and the Workshop1 project team is estimating the development will only take 20 months to complete from the day it breaks ground.
In addition to 112 apartments, the project now includes nearly 7,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space fronting 6th Street and a 73-car underground garage. The proposed units are a mix of studios, one-bedrooms and two-bedrooms, with an average size of just over 550 square feet apiece.
Two lofts and the entrance to the building’s garage are proposed to line the northern edge of the development along the south side of Clara Street.