Last week Curbed followed up on 1415 Mission, a creamy yellow upscale development set for the southwest corner of Mission and 10th. It turns out the project, by R&K Investments, has gone through a good amount of reconfiguration, not least of all to its architecture. The new design is pictured above: the building's been chopped down to 14 stories (from 16), and has 117 units. There'll be 46 self-park spaces, 101 valet spaces, plus one car-share space, and off the lobby, there'll be a storage room for 42 bikes.
UPDATE: The architect is indeed still Heller Manus.
· Rendering Reveal: "Affordable Upscale" at Mission and 10th [Curbed SF]
· 10th and Mission: A 14-Story Building Joins the Party [Curbed SF]