As originally proposed a couple years ago, the 76 station on the southwest corner of Lawton and 42nd Avenue in the Outer Sunset was to be razed for a four-story development to rise, with twelve condos, twelve parking spaces and an approach designed to avoid having to include any inclusionary (BMR) units or the payment of an in lieu fee.
And while the aforementioned plans have since been scrapped, plans for a denser development have been drawn and submitted to Planning for review.
As newly drafted by Kodorski Design, the proposed development now includes 15 residential condos, of which 14 are three-bedrooms, averaging 1,326 square feet apiece; six commercial spaces, four of which would be on the second floor, fronting Lawton; and an underground garage for 24 cars.
Private rear years or roof decks would provide open space for the condos.
And every unit at 3601 Lawton is expected to be priced at market rates, with the developer paying an in lieu fee into the City’s inclusionary housing fund.