1900 Mission Street

The proposed seven-story development to rise on the southwest corner of Mission and 15th Streets, replacing the two-story Performance Auto shop which currently occupies the 1900 Mission Street site, has just been granted an Eastern Neighborhoods Plan-based exemption from having to complete a lengthy environmental review.

1900 Mission Street Rendering

And as the development, which has been in the works since 2013 and now includes 12 condos over a corner retail/restaurant space and no off-street parking (except for 24 bikes) as newly proposed, is code compliant and isn’t seeking any variances, the issuance of a building permit, which has already been requested, will constitute the project’s approval.

That being said, a Discretionary Review (DR) could be requested and/or the issuance of a building permit could be appealed.

But if the project as designed by the Kevin Stephens Design Group proceeds, the three existing curb cuts on 15th Street would be removed, the sidewalk would be restored and new street trees planted, and a LEED Silver (or better) building would rise on Mission District site.

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by gribble

    I look forward to this one being built. That automotive shop is squat, dirty and we have been treated to two huge blank walls on the neighboring buildings for years.

    • Posted by moto mayhem

      its beautiful. a little short for location, but still a great project

  2. Posted by MDG399

    Who ever appeals this will have to answer to ME, and others in the hood who will also want (This and more) residential in place of this rather unattractive garage……

    Like the Mission/16th street project. I say YES * 1000. YES…!

    • Posted by SFMichael

      It’s San Francisco; is it even possible for no one to appeal?

    • Posted by Elitist Pig

      You might want to get ahead on this one: Sue Hestor (415) 362-2778

    • Posted by SFRealist

      MDG, are you new here? You don’t really think that this won’t be appealed, do you?

      • Posted by MDG399

        nope – not new. i bought in this ‘hood in 2001…! and I know Sue Hestor – Ick

        And I battled Chris Daly (And won) – and I personally stopped several bad ideas fro going forward (Like more car washes instead of housing…. Ad nauseum ……

    • Posted by chris

      Agreed. Looks great.

  3. Posted by 94116

    Cleans up a drab corner. The clean up of Mission marches on.

  4. Posted by johny

    What happens to the adjacent buildings wndow’s in the white siding @ the Property line? Do they get boarded up due to Fire concerns or do they remain?

    • Posted by Frisco

      The lot-line window closest to Mission will be blocked, but most of them are within a light well.

  5. Posted by soccermom

    I am have disco feeling when I see this building. Dance like good Moscow club.

    I am like how each apartment having same picture on wall.

    Mockba Mockba, Ooooh Ahhhhh

    • Posted by Sierrajeff

      Those are flat screen TVs, and everyone’s tuned in to watch HRC’s 2nd inaugural in January, 2021.

      • Posted by soccermom

        I am having memory of Vladimir Putin laughing at American democracy.
        Same families in charge again and again! Poor Americans!

        • Posted by Brian M

          Awesome. Just awesome.

          does W or his brother have some dissolute half wit son (or daughter!) that could be elected in 2025?

        • Posted by scott f

          This did not age well.

  6. Posted by feralcockapoo

    Built. It. Now.

  7. Posted by alberto rossi

    Aquamarine is the new orange.

  8. Posted by SFrentier

    I’m hoping these puppies will be for sale condos and not rentals. Anyone know for sure?

  9. Posted by unlivable city

    The emphasis on bright streetlights is funny. “No worries here… lots of light at night sleep tight!”

  10. Posted by cornok

    Parking for 24 bikes and no cars? LOL. Wait till the residents turn 24 and their GFs bug them to “buy a Subaru”….

  11. Posted by Bill

    Where you going to park or get your car repaired in a few years as all gas stations and shops get replaced by housing

    • Posted by anona

      If there’s that much demand then new stations will be built as a part of buildings. Have faith in the market, it’s not stupid to miss out on a chance to make money.

  12. Posted by Just Me

    After all, we need more White people.

  13. Posted by Adam

    Are there anymore updates on this building?

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