Built in 1948, the 10,732-square-foot Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church and Gracie Infant Care Center on the southwest corner of Ulloa Street and 33rd Avenue is now on the market with a $4.3 million price tag. And yes, the church is slated to be “delivered vacant.”
While the 10,746-square-foot parcel upon which the church sits is currently only zoned for a single-family house (RH-1), as are the majority of the Parkside neighborhood parcels, it’s also over four times the minimum size for a legally conforming lot and zoned for development up to 40 feet in height.
And then there’s Supervisor Mandelman’s proposed legislation which would allow for multi-family buildings with up to four units to rise on corner lots that are currently zoned for single-family homes.
We’ll keep you posted and plugged-in.