Upon the nearly full-block bus depot site at 8th and Harrison Streets, an eight building multi-use development with over 400 residential units and 22,000 square feet of retail, office and arts space is proposed to rise at 350 8th Street, a key component of the proposed Western SoMa development plan which some consider to be rather “short-sited.”
The eight buildings of the 350 8th Street project would rise five and six stories with the majority of the proposed 410 residential units (168 two-bedrooms, 196 one-bedrooms, and 46 studios) located over ground floor retail or commercial, click the images to enlarge.
Nearly 400 off-street parking spaces would be located underground or within the interior of the Stud-adjacent site, which includes a public park on the corner and “open space” within.
While Archtsone has been leading the charge, expect either AvalonBay or Equity Residential to pick up the project and run with its development without missing a stride.
A few more renderings of the project as proposed, including the courtyard, which is up for approval by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this afternoon:
∙ Planning’s Vision And Development Plan For Western SoMa [SocketSite]
∙ A Short-Sighted Plan For Western SoMa? [SocketSite]