Having collapsed last month, what little remains of the original home at 125 Crown Terrace has been jacked, hoisted, and craned back up the hill a bit.
According to a plugged-in tipster, the remains will be surrounded by new construction and become part of the garage, a supposed city mandate to allow Mel Murphy, the well-connected local developer who once served as president of San Francisco’s Building Inspection Commission and was denied a permit to demolish the original structure on the site in order to build an all-new home, to continue with his “remodeling” project.
Once “remodeled,” the Twin Peaks home at 125 Crown Terrace will measure 5,139 square feet. As the then closer to 1,000-square-foot home looked a little before its collapse:
∙ Collapsed Home Was Being “Remodeled” By Prominent Developer [SocketSite]