As we first reported with respect to the 39-story tower to rise at 45 Lansing last year:
Having purchased the plot of land at 45 Lansing from Turnberry which had entitled and targeted the parcel for 227 uberluxury housing units, this afternoon San Francisco’s Planning Commission will review the new developer’s proposal for increasing the number of units in the building to 320.
While the building height would remain the same at 400 feet, the number of studios would increase from 3 to 99, one-bedrooms would drop from 111 to 93, two-bedrooms would increase from 77 to 128, and all 36 three-bedrooms would be eliminated. Average unit size would fall from 1,225 to 915 square feet.
As re-proposed, the number of parking spaces for cars would increase from 227 to 265 while spots for bicycles would be bumped from 69 to 93. And with respect to the butterflies, the Pollinator Garden will be maintained until start of building construction, as early as the end of this year.
The Planning Commission approved the requested increase to 320 units and 265 mechanically-accessed parking spaces onsite. And while construction has yet to break ground, the building permit for the 400-foot tower has been approved and issued.