New Developments As Proposed Design & Architecture Neighborhoods Four-Story Marina Building Approved To Rise December 19, 2013 The proposed four-story building to be built on the south side of Lombard between Pierce and Scott has been approved to rise with 21 market rate dwelling units over ground floor retail and parking. Related: 2353 Lombard Street Cow Hollow Marina Recent Articles Plans For A 16-Story Hotel In Downtown Berkeley Mortgage Rates Tick Up On Taper Talk Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers Posted by Bernie 3 years ago Such a better use of space compared to what is there now. This will really improve that that part of Lombard. Now there are a bunch of new condo buildings on that block. At the corner of Scott/Lombard and Pierce/Lombard and now this one! Reply Posted by JWS 3 years ago Not necessarily the most interesting building in the world, but glad to see the street wall continuing to develop on Lombard regardless. Despite being a busy street, you are smack in the middle of two of the most vibrant commercial corridors in the city. Anybody know if anything has ever been proposed for the vacant lot to the left of this building? Reply Add a Comment Cancel Reply Comment Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name * Email * Website The reCAPTCHA response was either incorrect or empty, please try again. Enter the two words in the box: Enter the numbers you hear: Open Larger Map Trending Details for Proposed 18-Story Oakland Hotel Revealed Bay Area Employment Hits a New High Benchmark Mortgage Rate Hits Four-Month High, Odds of a Hike Up Pair of Noe Valley Passive Homes Fetch under $1,000 per Foot The Average Rent in Oakland Is NOT over $3,000. Really, It’s Not Sixth Street Rising: Insert Eight or Nine Stories Here Plans to Convert Storied North Beach Restaurant into Apartments Wine Country Industrial Chic Bay Area Condo Values on the Decline, House Values Inch Up Winter Has Come and Gone, Will the Ornate Interior Soon Follow?