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Designs For Six-Story “Student-Oriented” Development In Berkeley

Designs For Six-Story “Student-Oriented” Development In Berkeley

Panoramic Interests is pushing forward with the proposed development of a 6-story “student-oriented” rental building to rise on Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley. As designed by Lowney Architecture, the 2539 Telegraph Avenue project includes 65 residential units with room(s) for up to 145 residents over 6,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space fronting Telegraph and an Read More »

Seeking Approval For Market-Rate Micro-Units On Mission Street

Seeking Approval For Market-Rate Micro-Units On Mission Street

Originally proposed as student housing, the sponsors of the 11-story building to rise on the corner Mission and 9th Streets are now seeking approval for half of the 160 efficiency units, 120 of which are so called micro-units with living areas under 220 square feet, to potentially be used for non-student uses. Under a pilot Read More »

160 Macro-Micro-Units Ready To Rise On Mission Next Year

160 Macro-Micro-Units Ready To Rise On Mission Next Year

Measuring an average of 291 square feet, the 120 studios proposed to rise at 1312 Mission Street might have been considered to be “micro-units” by some a week ago, but they’re now 30 percent larger than the soon to be legal minimum of 220 square feet. And at 646 square feet, the building’s 40 proposed Read More »

A Big Vote For Micro-Units In San Francisco

A Big Vote For Micro-Units In San Francisco

As we first reported this past March: Per San Francisco Building Code Section 1208.4, the smallest legal dwelling unit in San Francisco must have living room of at least 220 square feet (20.4 m2) in addition to a separate closet and bathroom. As proposed and sponsored by Supervisor Wiener, Section 1208.4 would be re-written to Read More »