Plans to level the odd shaped, low slung commercial complex at 300 De Haro Street (which is currently home to Sally’s Deli, Torraku Ramen, Bunn Mike, El Sur, Unspuntech, Tip Toes Nail Salon, Mike and Maaike, and Roadster) are in the works.
And as envisioned by DM Development, which is currently in contract to purchase the utilitarian complex, a 13-story development could rise up to 141 feet in height upon the Lower Potrero Hill site as massed by BAR Architects below.
The development as envisioned would yield 204 apartments (a mix of 60 studios, 60 one-bedrooms and 84 twos) over 6,200 square feet of new retail space fronting 16th Street (versus a total of 14,700 square feet of retail/commercial space as the site is currently configured) and stacked parking for 49 cars.
And in order to build up to 141 feet in height upon the 300 De Haro parcel which is currently only zoned for development up to 68 feet, the project team is planning to employ California’s Density Bonus law and provide 30 of the 204 apartments at below market rates (BMR). A 68-foot-tall development would yield 151 units in a squatter building across the site.
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