While the effective height of the proposed tower to rise up to 250 feet in height upon the City College of San Francisco site at 33 Gough Street hasn’t changed (too much), two stories have been added for a total of twenty-five (25) and the tower’s floor plates have been widened from 8,000 to 10,000 square feet by David Baker Architects.
As such, the proposed development would now yield a total of 518 residential units, an increase of nearly 20 percent from the 433 as originally envisioned and a mix of 188 studios, 198 one-bedrooms, 78 twos and 54 threes, over 5,600 square feet of ground floor retail space and parking for 130 cars (a reduction of over 100 spaces) and 205 bikes.
A public mews would still wrap around the proposed development, connecting McCoppin and Gough.
And once again, while the City College site is currently only zoned for Public use and development up to 85 feet in height, the parcel is proposed to be rezoned per the City’s Hub District Plan. We’ll keep you posted and plugged-in.