The refined designs for a 372-unit development to rise up to seven stories in height at 1140 Harrison Street, upon the Western SoMa parcel currently occupied by the German Motors Collision Center building, have been rendered anew by BDE Architecture.
And the developer, Houston-based Hanover Company, has now formally applied for the entitlements to build.
The proposed development includes a mix of 129 studios, 92 one-bedrooms and 151 two or three-bedroom apartments; 15,900 square feet of amenity space for residents (including the gym, dog spa, bike lounge, and lobbies); 6,800 square feet of commercial/residential flex space fronting Harrison and Berwick Place; a storage room for 374 bikes; and an underground garage for 170 cars.
A public pedestrian “alley” through the middle of the development would connect Hallam Street to Harrison, likely with an unlocked transparent gate.
And as envisioned, portions of the existing building’s brick façade along Hallam and Berwick Place would be saved and incorporated into the development.
But scrubbed of the street art and graffiti that currently adorns the Place.