Once the site of Rawhide II, the only Country Western club in San Francisco, the owners and operators of the Café in the Castro purchased the 280 Seventh Street building a few years ago and were planning to construct a new four-story club, restaurant and two condos on the site:
But those plans have since been scrapped.
And as newly proposed, and in the process of being designed by Workshop1, a six-story building will rise up to 65 feet in height across the Western SoMa site, fronting both 7th and Langton Streets, with 23 condos over a 3,700-square-foot commercial space fronting 7th Street.
The building’s Langton Street frontage would be setback 10 feet at the fifth and sixth floors, with the entrance to the building’s 17-car garage and residential lobby at the ground floor. And as envisioned, all 23 units in the development would be two-bedrooms averaging 801 square feet apiece.
We’ll keep you posted and plugged-in as the proposal works its way through Planning.