While not reflected in the rendering above, we believe the latest design for the proposed 65-foot building to rise at the corner of Castro and Market now calls for the building to be clad in a “more modernist” lattice of terra cotta tiles:
As plugged-in people know, 376 Castro will yield 24 new residential units (6 one-bedrooms and 18 twos) over 3,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space and a 14-car underground garage (the most permitted) where a gas station now stands.
The required three affordable units will be provided on-site and a 450 square foot community meeting space has been added at the “request” of the community groups.
Next week, San Francisco’s Planning Commission is scheduled to vote on project which the Planning Department recommends be approved.
UPDATE: A typical floor of floor plans (the fourth in this case):