198 Valencia Street Site

In the works since 2013, the proposed plans to raze the Oil Changers station at 198 Valencia Street, across from Zeitgeist at the intersection of Valencia and Duboce, and construct a five-story building with 28 condos over 6,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space have just been granted a Market and Octavia Plan-based exemption from having to complete a lengthy environmental review.

198 Valencia Street Design: Valencia Street Facade

A plan to mitigate any contamination issues will need to be drafted and approved prior to the commencement of any excavation work. But unless a request for a Discretionary Review (DR) or appeal is filed, the development won’t require a hearing or the Planning Commission’s approval.

198 Valencia Street Design: Duboce Facade

The plans for the 198 Valencia Street project include an underground garage for 19 cars and 28 bikes, with its entrance on Duboce, and a roof deck for residents as well.

20 thoughts on “Condos Across from Zeitgeist Closer to Reality”
  1. That roof deck will be more or less level with 101, which will be pretty weird for residents and for drivers.

      1. The only way 101 will be gone (soon enough, or ever) is if there is an earthquake that is so massive that it brings it down.

      2. Soon we’ll all be imprisoned in the city because with all the freeways gone the surface traffic would be horrendous except 50% of the former lanes will have been converted to bike lanes and there will be nowhere to buy gas or get your oil changed so car/bus/any other motor-propelled traffic will come to a perpetual halt.

        1. My grandfather told me growing up in SF was somewhat like being on an island as a kid. Of course they had no bridges and heading south was farms even inside the city limits back then.

          Back to the future maybe unless you ride BART

    1. I was just down Valencia earlier today and it looked like they were finishing up demolition; prelude to start of actual construction?

      1. Not sure where you were looking, but they are still in business and changing oil when I went by today.

  2. Ugh, what a terrible location to live – car noise at all hours roaring uphill, plus freeway views. Studios will be a million well-spent I’m sure.

    1. Have you finished your draft ordinance imposing a Worthy San Francisco Residency Permit yet? That needs to be passed by the Progressive majority tout suite!

  3. Yes I’m sure, no one will appeal this or ask for discretionary review…cough…cough…

    Nothing getting built here for awhile

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