3135 24th Street
Last week the San Francisco Planning Commission approved the redevelopment of 3135 24th Street. The façade of the former Tech Auto Collision Center will be preserved (it’s already been repainted versus what’s above), two set-back stories and nine residential units will be added, and the ground floor will be a retail business incubator as proposed.
And all assuming the project is financed of course. Regardless, who has the renderings?
UPDATE: A plugged-in tipster delivers the rendering scoop.

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  1. Posted by yes?

    Will they keep the tags and paint over on the facade?

  2. Posted by OneEyedMan

    ^^ No, fresh tags will be installed on a regular basis.

  3. Posted by SocketSite

    UPDATE: A plugged-in tipster delivers the rendering scoop.

  4. Posted by insidesfre

    This’ll probably be a pretty cool building, where we need housing most. Will there be parking, and are onsite auto repairs part of the HOA dues?

  5. Posted by Marakima

    Housing and retail, retail and housing, goodbye to more places where people fix and make things.

  6. Posted by Kristine

    Any news on this? Looks like they are busy with renovations. Will it still be designed by Y.A. Studio?

  7. Posted by curmudgeon

    It’s been great seeing this get underway. Can’t wait to see the completed project. I feel like a real estate agent saying this, but this part of the Mission is ON FIRE. (and no, I’m not referring to the bonfires of last night).

  8. Posted by Sharona

    When will this be completed? Any more information on this? Looks interesting.

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