Plans to level the former Excelsior District Woolworth’s turned Dollar Store at 4550 Mission Street and construct a four-story building, with 17 residential units over a ground floor retail space and parking for 23 cars, were proposed back in 2006 but subsequently squashed by the economy and ongoing concerns about the density of the development and its impact on the neighborhood.
In 2013, the property changed hands for $1.65 million.
And today, a new set of plans for the site have been drafted and submitted to the city for review.
As designed by Schaub Ly Architects, the proposed five-story building would yield 24 family-sized residential units, a mix of 8 two-bedrooms and 16 threes, over 7,300 square feet of ground floor retail space and a basement garage for 24 cars.
And as the site is zoned for development up to 56 feet in height, a density bonus would not be required nor is being requested. We’ll keep you posted and plugged-in.