“Zeta Communities will construct the [prefab] housing for the 22-unit developments, planned for parking lots in Berkeley and San Francisco. The projects will feature tiny living spaces – 310- to 340 square-foot studios – and no parking. Instead, they will include a car-sharing space.”
“[Developer Patrick Kennedy’s] San Francisco project is located South of Market at 38 Harriet St. on a parking lot that is only about 3,750 square feet. He said he hopes to attract young workers at nearby high-tech firms. He expects to sell the units for $200,000 to $275,000 and said the costs for the project, including land, construction and permits, will be about $4.7 million.
The development awaits the city planning and building bureaucracy. San Francisco planner Jeremy Battis said the project did not appear to present any environmental problems.”
∙ Tiny prefab units promote eco-friendly building [SFGate]
∙ 38 Harriet (“SmartSpace”) Proposed Design [sfhac.org]
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