With CPMC’s California Hospital Campus at 3700 California slated to be shuttered in 2019, TMG Partners is pushing forward with plans to completely transform the nearly 5-acre site on the southern border of Presidio Heights.
And as designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, the proposed redevelopment will yield 240 units of high-end housing – including 12 new single-family homes, 14 new three-story townhomes and 214 multi-family units – spread across 37 new buildings rising up to seven stories in height along with the retention of the existing 9-unit apartment building 401 Cherry Street and the conversion of the Marshall Hale building at 3698 California to residential use.
The proposed project, with a density of 50 units per acre, includes 373 parking spaces, with two spaces per single-family home and townhome and an average of 1.5 spaces for each of the other 214 units. The project also includes 29,000 square feet of amenity space for residents, including a private gym.
While the majority of the campus is actually zoned for development up to 80 feet in height, with the exception of two lots covering less than 10 percent of the site on the southwest corner of Sacramento and Cherry, the proposed plans reflect “a vision that the neighbors and property owner have together created during more than 18 months of meetings,” along with input from local community leaders and a neighborhood survey to determine “the preferences of neighbors regarding for land uses and overall project composition.”
Speaking of which, the entire development will be 100 percent market rate.